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Juarez: The Laboratory of Our Future Read ò 109 Charles Bowden Å 9 Read Read ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Å Charles Bowden Juarez The Laboratory of Our Future challenges the propaganda and the realities of the current relationship between the United States and Mexico focusing on the intimate connection between the border towns of El Paso and Juarez Charles Bowden who first brought attention to the story of the Juarez photographers in Harper's December 1996 has written an uncompromising piercing work that combines insightful and informed reporting with a poetic and wry style His text integrated with brutal and revealing images by a group of unknown Mexican street. Bob Dylan I m not gonna read TIME magazine I m not gonna read Newsweek I m not gonna read any of these magazines I mean cause they just got too much to lose by printing the truth You know thatTIME What kind of truths are they leaving outDylan Well anything even on a worldwide basis they d just go off the stands in a day if they printed really the truthTIME What is really the truthDylan Really the truth is just a plain picture Excerpt from TIME Magazine s interview with Bob Dylan as seen in the documentary Don t Look Back We do not wish to look at Juarez we do not vacation there we do not speak of the place When it briefly comes to our attention we dismiss it as a grotesue exception to what matters what is and what will be pg 48 This book is filled with images of a city whose violence is upfront often brutal highly selective although jettisoned with hands off disregard The snapshots of former lives caught in the crossfire answers and motives are usually buried deeper than the bodies themselves The photographs from local photojournalists Javier Aguilar Jaime Bailleres Gabriel Cardona Julian Cardona Alfredo Carrillo Raul Lodoza Jaime Murrieta Miguel Perea Margarita Reyes Ernesto Rodriguez Manuel Saenz Lucio Soria Espino Aurelio Suarez Nunez are chilling If we don t look did the inhumanity ever occurCharles Bowden has been writing about Juarez since the mid nineties This book grew from his Harper s piece While You Were Sleeping in which Juarez photographers expose the violent realities of free trade We must stop pretending and start living We already have lives of double exposure Just as the photographers cannot really stay on one side of the camera we cannot really stay on one side of the line We will cross it we have crossed it we are in play We have many options and none of them are easy But the one option we do not have is to continue our past habits into the future We cannot pretend such places do not exist We cannot pretend such places can be contained We cannot pretend such places will magically remedy themselves We are exposed and we should be And we are exposed to the future and this future will be hard but it can also be good or bad depending upon what we do We are free to act If we act in time pg 114Keep in mind this book came out almost a decade before the war on drugs was officially declared by newly elected President Calderon in 2006 He calls Juarez the laboratory of the future and it is happening 30 feet across the river from El Paso Texas The area serves as an ecotoneborderland between two biological assemblages think of the forest edging the meadow of the US Mexico Where an ecotone occurs there is life and life is louder and grasping because two or groups of plants and animals overlap boosting life s pitch and intensity That is what is happening now on the border of Mexico and the US where a huge ecotone of flesh and capital and guns is rubbing up against itself as two cultures and two economies and two languages meet and mingle and erupt into something we cannot yet name ps 48Bowden s writing is incredible he masterfully describes the city and situations with eyes wide open Sueamish realities deserve sueamish words and visuals His words show the possibility of caring with vigor when answers seem nowhere to be foundNoam Chomsky wrote the introduction and he rightfully attacks NAFTA showing how it maintains the status uo for the richest and most powerful while also waging war on the rights of workers and consumers Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano offers and cogently answers a uestion in the afterword Should the Third World really aspire to be like the First World spoiler alert no It is time for everyone to talk It is time for everyone to talk despite the thickets of racism of foreign policy considerations of the growing and ominous military presence on the border of the barbarism festering in our agencies that expresses itself in the mistreatment of illegal immigrants from Mexico It is time to talk because silence only makes matters worse bodies cold murder sanctioned and poverty invisible pg 112

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Juarez: The Laboratory of Our Future Read ò 109 Charles Bowden Å 9 Read Read ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Å Charles Bowden Photographers takes on issues of NAFTA immigration gangs corruption drug trafficking and poverty uncovering a very different Mexico than generally depicted in the press and by the United States and Mexican governments While Charles Bowden presents a riveting investigation of Juarez its inhabitants and its visual chroniclers the renowned activist and writer Noam Chomsky offers in his introduction a bitingly critical account of NAFTA suggesting its nullifying effect on democracy and the rights of both workers and consumers and its underlying. Bowden is a very idiosyncratic writer on his best days and extremely trying at his worst but since this book is primarily about the street photographers of Ciudad Juarez even that is not sufficient to overshadow the virtues of Juarez Laboratory of Our Future

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Juarez: The Laboratory of Our Future Read ò 109 Charles Bowden Å 9 Read Read ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub Å Charles Bowden Strategy for protecting the rich and powerful and keeping everyone else in his or her place In his afterword the Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano poses the uestion Should the Third World really aspire to be like the First World His insider's look at contemporary NorthSouth American relations reveals how the relationship between Juarez and El Paso can serve as a metaphor for US Latin American relations and demonstrates the devastating toll United States policy and attitude knowingly take on human rights and the environment south of our border. This is a Great Book the info its verry direct strong hard to believe but is true The reality in the BORDERLINE its far from our imagination

  • Hardcover
  • 136
  • Juarez: The Laboratory of Our Future
  • Charles Bowden
  • English
  • 06 September 2020
  • 9780893817763