Dec 5, 2011

Collateral Damage: Texas high school helps victims of Mexico drug war

Fox News Latino: "A Catholic secondary school in El Paso that draws nearly 20 percent of its student population from Mexico is offering a program to help the victims of violence in the neighboring country overcome their traumas.

While the armed conflict among the drug cartels continues to leave numerous victims just across the Rio Grande in Ciudad Juarez, Cathedral High School has begun a program directed at the students who have to live with the violence. "Many of our students live in Juarez and ... they are exposed daily to the war that exists in (that) city," the school's principal, Br. Nick Gonzalez, told Efe." read more

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