Features

A father and son present their version of SF

Living for the city isn’t just a Stevie Wonder song; for the father-son artist duo—George…

Dispatches from Tijuana and the struggle for asylum at the border

Editor’s note: The issue of El Tecolote you see before you is one that is…

Why I, a journalist, went to Tijuana and decided to help

Last fall I followed the news of the largest migrant caravan to travel north through…

Queer in the caravan: The dangers LGBT migrants face in search for asylum

The journey north for migrants traveling through Mexico carries multiple risks—food insecurity, exposure to elements,…

Overburdened, Tijuana’s shelters struggle to meet demands

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Friendship Park, once a symbol of binational camaraderie now keeps families divided

On a Sunday morning in March, Braulio Mayer met his seven grandchildren for the first…

Carnaval 2019 Photo Gallery

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Mother-daughter duo open Fruitvale restaurant with recipes honed on the streets of the Mission

For more than 15 years, Ofelia Barajas has sold her homemade tamales on the streets…

Remembering Gio Lopez: The forgotten seventh member of Los Siete

When looking back on the history and legacy of Los Siete De La Raza, the…

A final word on the legacy of Los Siete de la Raza

Spanning 50 years of movement-building, arts and archiving, Vero Majano’s live cinema production, “Remember Los…