Issa López

writer and director

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Issa López on KCRW

For the last 13 years, Mexico’s drug wars have left bodies and blood running through the streets of small cities around the country.

'Tigers Are Not Afraid:' Seeing Mexico's drug wars through kids' eyes

For the last 13 years, Mexico’s drug wars have left bodies and blood running through the streets of small cities around the country.

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