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  • Tuberculosis Case Study

    when a person with the active TB sneezes or coughs. Tuberculosis (TB) is the leading cause of death among curable infectious diseases worldwide. In TB in the US-Mexico Border Region remains a serious public health problem. It is one of the most serious problems along the border; this is due to first, the abundance of low income families and expensive health care in the border area; second, the daily commute of so many people who travel in the United States for school, employment, and commerce, third, the language and differences within cultures; and the most important there should be more emphasize in both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border working together in order to decrease the cases of TB, however, it is…

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  • The Importance Of Social Borders

    Modern borders are usually not a space that is reinforced by those on either side. More times than not, the stronger faction is the one who is fortifying and continuing to increase their authority over these borders. This is evident both in physical and societal borders that are encountered everyday. In the world of borders, when the stronger side becomes evident, they have essentially free reign to control this space. Control like this are projected in different situations such as national…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Father For A Better Life

    There are people who I look up to for a better life. One of the people that I get inspired is my father. As a child, I would see him struggle for us to have a better life than what he had. My dad has been through a lot over the past 48 years of his life. Trying to be independent with no male role model in his life is hard since he didn’t have anyone to look up to. My father was born in a small town in Michoacán, Mexico called Capacho. He has one older sister and three younger brothers. He…

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  • Thinkprogress Analysis

    The chronicle series of the ThinkProgress is an establishment that discusses the experiences of immigrant families in crossing the United States and Mexican border. The article “What It’s Really Like to Cross the U.S.-Mexico Border.” by Jack Jenkins, published in Feb 10, 2015. The immigrant families are challenged in different perspectives. They are characterized by an attempt to cross the border away from political strife. Some of the families only want to better themselves in the United States…

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  • Coyote: A Short Story

    everyone running at the same pace. The cold and fresh breeze brushes against my cheek shaking my body to life instead of coffee. As I run, the sun made it’s way, crawling onto the plain fields. We all cower away from the sunlight dreading it’s touch. As the sun made it’s way up, we start to slow down into a jogging pace. I look over to see Coyote, he is the leader of the group. I have heard of all kinds of stories about Coyote’s journeys to America. He is tall about six feet tall. He has broad…

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  • Essay On Southern Border

    The southern border separating the United States from Mexico is nothing more than a river to people that live and work in the area; imaginary lines that decide the fate of so many people. After the border came into existence, for many years life was as it had always been a constant ebb and flow of migratory workers. Before the morning of September 11, 2001, Americans understood the borders by the typical political sound bites on immigration. After that fateful day, The United States…

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  • Arguments Against Border Security

    Whether it be at airports, railway stations or border crossing by car, the attempt to control the influx of people crossing is a prominent problem among western countries. Through each of these means, there’s an interaction of two concerns. First, border security understood as the many ways of controlling movement across regions. Second, racial profiling defined as the continuous pattern of being stopped by border patrols due to racial differences. On a broader sense, this ends up being a…

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  • Migra Analysis

    case, the border patrol’s objective history. The border enforcements between Mexico and the United States has constantly been changing throughout history, whether it is through their terms of race, class or regional background. In the book, Migra, written by Kelly Lytle Hernandez, an associate professor in the University of California Los Angeles Department of History and director of the department of Public History Initiative, argues how the personal history of Border Patrol workers came to…

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  • Essay On Border Wall

    Is a border wall worth the things migrants go through? Immigration is one of the biggest problems we face in America today. We know why people want to immigrate to America from different parts of the world. The three major factors are political, economic and social. But the things immigrants face in order to get to America is beyond To what extent, having a border wall is worth all the things migrants go through this journey? In this case, having a border wall is not worth the challenges…

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  • Racism In Nayeli's Life

    In the town of Tress Camarones the daily life of Nayeli and her friends is a simple life but it lacks adventure and the girl’s spend most of their free time dreaming of how beautiful things are in the United States. They absorb different cultures throw a computer that was given to them by a friend name Matt who was station there because he was a missioner. All the girls and Tacho have their own unique personalities and ideas of what life must be like in the United States. During one day when the…

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