Carrie Kahn

Carrie Kahn appears in the following:

In Honduran Crimes, Police Are Seen As Part Of The Problem

Monday, July 15, 2013

In the fight against drug trafficking, Central America has become a large recipient of U.S. aid, receiving nearly half a billion dollars over the past seven years. The money is being spent on strengthening police and military forces that are outgunned by the narcotics traffickers.

The goal is to repeat ...


Mass Kidnapping Puts Mexican Legal System On Trial

Friday, June 14, 2013

Josephina Garcia Rodriguez and Leticia Ponce Ramos sip coffee and console each other at a restaurant in front of Mexico City's prosecutor's office. They're about to head into a meeting with the lead investigator in the case of their kidnapped sons.

"We're going on three weeks since they were kidnapped," ...


Honduras Claims Unwanted Title Of World's Murder Capital

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Latin America is riddled with crime, and no place is more violent than Honduras. It has just 8 million people, but with as many as 20 people killed there every day, it now has the highest murder rate in the world.

It would be easy to blame drug trafficking. Honduras ...


Rare Gang Truce Disrupts Violence In Honduras

Sunday, June 02, 2013


As Stigma Eases, Single Motherhood In Mexico Is On The Rise

Monday, May 13, 2013

On her daily route delivering laundry in her working-class neighborhood in southern Mexico City, Maria Carlotta Santa Maria, or Mari, as she is known, seems to know everyone: the mailman, the woman on the corner selling salty nuts, and her favorite greetings are for the guys at the corner gas ...


Violence, Hardship Fuel Central American Immigration To U.S.

Sunday, May 05, 2013

William Ordonez and his wife, Carolia, thought that starting a new business in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, was a great idea.

But just two weeks after they started selling chips, candy and soda, gang members showed up and ordered them to pay about $25 a week.

"We tried explaining to ...


Riches To Rags: A Comedy About Income Inequality Hits Home In Mexico

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

In its first three weeks in Mexican movie houses, the film Nosotros Los Nobles (We Are the Nobles) is breaking records. The movie, about the father of rich, spoiled children trying to teach them how to live in the real world, has grossed more than $110 million and ...