Millions of schoolchildren across Mexico began the academic year this week in front of a TV. But teachers in Oaxaca say televised classes won’t meet fundamental educational needs and many families lack the technology to keep up, deepening Mexico's socioeconomic divide.
"I’ll never feel the same about berries,'' says Seth Holmes. In “Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies,” he describes the bone-crushing work that he and Mexican migrant workers did to put fruit and vegetables on your table.
If you want to see how the president's new rules on deportation may change many lives — and farm labor — head to California's vast Central Valley.
Mexico requires parents to register their children when they're born in order to get a birth certificate. It's not done automatically, like it typically is in the United States. But many of Mexico's poorest people don't bother, which can leave those children disadvantaged for life.
Millions of undocumented immigrants live in the United States. Many came from Mexico but there are many undocumented Mexicans living in their own country as well. One man is helping Mexico's undocumented people attain their civic rights and dignity.
Officials in the city of Oxnard, in the Los Angeles area have made it illegal to use the term "oaxaquita."
A chef in San Francisco is hoping to encourage more people to eat insects rather than or as a supplement to meat. They've been on menus for centuries.
Mexican chef Monica Martínez is getting ready to hit the streets of San Francisco with bug-based treats.
Today is Day of the Dead, and it's a big holiday in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, the answer to today's Geo Quiz. Shannon Young sent us this audio postcard from Oaxaca City.