Category: The U.S./Mexico Border

PHOTOJOURNALISM IN 2017

  Juan Rodriguez’s family struggles to cope with his impending deportation. Rodriguez does not have a criminal history, and he is the breadwinner for his wife and three daughters. Media: Jon Shapley and Marie D. De Jesus Photojournalism is the...

WELCOME TO J412/DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY

  Welcome to J412/Documentary Photography. This is a story-telling, project-oriented class. It’s main focus (!) is developing visual story-telling techniques, evolving a personal style, and gaining increased proficiency in using the physical tools (camera, lights, flash, Photoshop, WordPress web site)...

CARTOON JOURNALISM

  Commentary by Associate Professor Bruce Berman New Mexico State University   Every day, thousands cross and cross back again. And, yes, indeed, they stand in the back of that line, over and over and over. Our discussion of “immigration,”...

Revitalizing Downtown El Paso

It’s a quiet afternoon in downtown El Paso, Texas as the dust settles and construction crews take a break from the work of the morning. Phase two of a two-year revitalization project has begun and the team has been working...