Mexico

The author, left, with her great aunt Aucencia Lagunas Aguilar and great uncle Pedro Mansevo in their home in Taxco, Guerrero. (Courtesy photo)

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A group of undocumented youth used an obscure legal process called advanced parole to travel back to Mexico and meet family members for the first time.

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Academic program offers victims' families legal and mental health help, and in some cases publicity to pressure the government to investigate crimes.

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Some Hispanic conservatives are reconsidering their support of Trump after he delivered a speech on immigration Wednesday.

Cilviana Hernandez (second from left) grew up in a Skagit Valley migrant farmworker family. Now she's part of the film "Every Row a Path" that details the challenges of migrant youth trying to balance work and education. (Photo courtesy Janice Blackmore)

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The film “Every Row a Path,” which screens in Seattle this weekend, shows the challenges of growing up in the fields as a migrant farmworker.

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The cultural, economic and social contributions of Africans and their descendants in Mexico have gone unappreciated.

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Ireri Unzueta, who was denied DACA renewal, says she worries other students who speak up about immigration issues could be targeted.

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For some people seeking refuge or asylum from their countries of origin, Mexico has become not just a stop on the way to the U.S., but a permanent home.

Jenny Chen, a resident of Wallingford, has gone missing while backpacking in Mexico. Here, Chen is seen while traveling in Puebla, Mexico, in March. (Courtesy of Jonathan Reinhard)

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Frustration with uncooperative embassies and local police are common when Americans go missing abroad.

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Jenny Chen, 26, was backpacking in Mexico for several weeks. Her friends last heard from her April 11, her husband says.

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Nestora Salgado is now a free woman, but that doesn't mean her fight is over. She says she intends to continue to fight corruption in Mexico.

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Renton grandmother and Mexican community police force leader Nestora Salgado had been jailed for two and a half years awaiting trial on kidnapping charges.

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Supporters of Nestora Salgado, a U.S. citizen who organized a community police force, are urging the U.S. government to press Mexico for her freedom.

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Ernesto Ybarra's art shows influences from his upbringing in Minnesota and his Mesoamerican roots.

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Building a dream isn't easy, as Reagan Jackson learned firsthand. Here are her top 10 tips for founding a nonprofit.

(Photo by Quinn Dombrowski via Flickr)

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Our three-part "Back across the Border" series looks at why many Mexican immigrants have chosen to return to Mexico.

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The "East Side Sushi" premiere in Seattle is sure to raise questions about gender, culture and food.

Protesters in Guerrero marched earlier this year with a cutout of Nestora Salgado. The Renton mom became leader of a community police force in her home town, and has been held in jail for two years. (Photo by Fernando Salgado)

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Nestora Salgado gave up a quiet life near Seattle to lead a community police force in her hometown in Mexico. Now she continues her activism from a prison cell.

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While some cities in Mexico have started to adopt features of Halloween, you'll won't find any Disney princesses at Oaxaca's Día de los Muertos celebration.

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Seattle travelers describe being stuck in Puerto Vallarta after the airport closed unexpectedly before noon, in anticipation of Hurricane Patricia.

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Meteorologists compared Hurricane Patricia to 2013's Typhoon Haiyan, which killed thousands in the Philippines.

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Your guide to celebrating 2015 Día de los Muertos in Seattle and around the Northwest.