'If I Die in Juárez'

If I Die in Juárez, Stella Pope Duarte’s account of the murders and rapes of maquiladora women on the US/Mexican border, is superb and backed up with uncounted hours of empirical research with actual people living and writing there. This is a stunning, dramatic, mind-gripping book that will take months to fade out of your mind.

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