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In Mexican orphanage, upcoming elections bring a hope for change

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By Jack Highberger

Thursday, June 28, 2012
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In Ciudad Juarez, where drug wars have made the city one of the most dangerous in the world, officials at an orphanage are looking to Mexico's July 1 national elections with a sense of possibility, and hope for change for the future of their town. Cronkite News reporter Jack Highberger spent time with orphanage director Sarah Drewes, chid psychologist Francisco Juarez and the children of one orphanage for the second in his three-part series on the upcoming elections.

See part one: Greens hope to break hold of traditional Mexican parties as election looms
See part three: For one crime reporter on the rough streets of Ciudad Juarez, change comes slowly

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