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Twenty-five works celebrating heritage and nature will be displayed at the Consulate of Mexico. Read more»

Andrea Contreras, right, tests the glucose levels of Maria Borquez, 50, as part of the Ventanilla de Salud effort to provide preventative care to immigrants. Standing are student volunteer Dasy Resendiz, left, and community liaison Rosa Maria Escalante.

Bandages, blood pressure machines and other medical supplies clutter a folding table as student volunteers from the University of Arizona provide patients with much needed care they might not otherwise get. Read more»

Lindsay Hairston is the morgue supervisor and unidentified persons coordinator at the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office. Hairston oversees the remains of all unidentified migrants and assists in the identification process so the bodies can be shipped back home to Mexico.

When a migrant does not survive the dangerous journey across the Arizona desert, another costly ordeal begins for the family back home. Read more»

The first 1,200 attendees at a literacy event will receive free books in Spanish, as well as free backpacks. The sixth annual Feria de la Lectura will be held Saturday at the El Pueblo Neighborhood Center by the Mexican Consulate in Tucson. Read more»

Alicia Sander shows participants the equivalent of fat contained in a sample of food during a seminar on diabetes offered by the Mexican Consulate in Nogales.

Diabetes awareness is part of Ventanilla de Salud – Window of Health – a Mexican government program providing health education through its consulates and connecting citizens in the U.S. with health care. Read more»