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A Spanish-language website is working to document killings of undocumented immigrants � Nieman Journalism Lab

21.8.15

A Spanish-language website is working to document killings of undocumented immigrants � Nieman Journalism Lab: Encuentros Mortales, a Spanish-language open-source reporting project, is collecting public records and media reports of undocumented immigrants killed during interactions with law enforcement, starting from the year 2000, with a focus on the southern border of the U.S. It will also rely on crowdsourced submissions to fill in the gaps, mining Spanish-language news outlets along the border and promoting itself widely within Spanish-speaking communities. The site aims to be a “comprehensive, searchable, and impartial national database” that journalists, academics, and others can use to get a “better picture of the [U.S.] government’s activities.”


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