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Red, white and blue: A Cuban in the Land of the Free

Street theatre SRO hotel neighbors have left the cramped domains of their single occupancy rooms…

Battle to save the Redstone symbolizes fight to keep art in the Mission

For decades, the Redstone Labor Temple at 16th and Capp Street has been a symbol…

New fellowship helps translatina immigrants adjust to life in SF

Jump starting a career at any point requires support and guidance, but the necessary resources…

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…

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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

Migration has always been a part of life in the border city of Tijuana. This…

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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