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WOB HISTORY PHOTOS

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WOMEN ON THE BORDER HISTORY PHOTOS Click to see photos stored using Photomyne App:  FUERZA UNIDA AT THE DE PAUL CONFERENCE (2001) THE WOMEN OF FUERZA  UNIDA CFO WOMEN ATTEND DE PAUL CONFERENCE (2001) WORKERS INTERVIEWED FOR WOB IN 2001-02 … Continue reading

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ATCF delegation video

Why go on a delegation to the border to meet maquiladora workers? Click here for an informational video. 

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A student says Thank You for going on a delegation

  Melissa went on a delegation with support from WOB.  The experiential learning of a delegation brings to life the impact of U.S. and Mexico trade agreements. ********** Dear Women on the Border, My name is Melissa Gamez-Herrera and I … Continue reading

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Table on U.S. Trade Agreements (242)

Name of Trade Agreement Between     Summary of Agreement Benefits Under Agreement Agreement On Global Technical Regulations For Wheeled Vehicles, Equipment And Parts This Agreement establishes a process for the joint development of global technical regulations to ensure the safety, … Continue reading

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Data on Maquiladoras

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Of Woman Born: Courage…

OF WOMAN BORN: COURAGE & STRENGTH TO SURVIVE IN THE MAQUILADORAS OF REYNOSA AND RIO BRAVO, TAMAULIPAS by Elvia Rosales Arriola As 27-year old María Elena García Sierra pulled off her white sock to show me the places on her … Continue reading

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Reflection, Pamela Brouker (2010)

REFLECTION OF PAMELA BROUKER DELEGATION TO THE MEXICAN BORDER, MARCH 12-14, 2010 (REYNOSA, TAMAULIPAS –next to McAllen, Texas). My name is Pamela Marie Brouker.  I enjoy poetry, nature, art, film and travel.  Journaling, writing, drawing and taking pictures are personal … Continue reading

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Reflection, Judith Rosenberg (2001)

Dear All, This is a personal report of the recent delegation to the border, which in many ways was a satisfying and successful trip because of the strength of the Austin delegates and because the CFO managed their part pretty … Continue reading

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Voices from the Barbed Wires…summary

AUTHOR’S SUMMARY ELVIA R. ARRIOLA, Voices from the Barbed Wires of Despair, Women in the Maquiladoras, Latina Critical Legal Theory and Gender at the U.S. Mexico Border, 49 De Paul L. Rev. 729-815 (2000)     (87 pages )  (This Summary – … Continue reading

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Dead Women of Juarez Appendix (2008)

APPENDIX (2008)   “The Dead Women”   of Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico   The title The Dead Women is from Dr. Eric J. Lindblom of the Institute of Medicine in Ciudád Juarez, with Harvard University.  The following list was compiled … Continue reading

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