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U.S. exhibition delves into murders of Mexican women
From Reuters: A new exhibit in Philadelphia at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University hopes to draw attention to the killings and violence perpetuated against women in Juarez, Mexico. Over 700 women have been murdered since the 1990's, and much of the violence is sexual in nature. Curators hope that the exhibit will "encourage others to action and to open their eyes, and their minds and their hearts to this poignant situation in Juarez." The exhibit runs until July 16.