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January 02, 2014 · 8:15 PM EST
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Children practice tae kwon do at an after school program in Cuidad Juárez, funded by the Merida Initiative.
Monica Órtiz Uribe
The Chavez Family of Cuidad Juarz started their own welding shop in their backyard thanks to a series of micro-loans partially funded by U.S. tax dollars.
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Tagged: Ciudad JuarezMonterreyTijuanaDallasJuarezNorth AmericaMexicoUnited StatesTexasSonia ChavezOsvaldo VelezJose ChavezDavid Shirkimmigrationillegal drugseconomic development.
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