Alvarado Sisters.


Three teenage, exiled minors continue their search for their mother and for justice, more than four years after their mother was abducted and disappeared allegedly by Mexican soldiers in the northern state of Chihuahua, an unprecedented case that is being investigated by the Interamerican Court of Human Rights. The Alvarado sisters have formed the group “Children of the Disappeared.” This is a conversation with the older activist twins in which they shared their story, how this tragedy has changed their lives and comment on future plans.

Guests: Mitzi and Nitza Alvarado, Children of Disappeared Citizen Nitza Paola Alvarado, El Paso, TX.


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