Victor Clark Alfaro

Aug 24, 2018

Victor Clark Alfaro, a native of Tijuana, study masters in social
anthropology at the Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA) in Mexico City, and
conducted doctoral studies in sociology at the University of California
San Diego (UCSD). Professor at San Diego State University (SDSU); and
Founder and Director of the Binational Center for Human Rights (in
Tijuana). He has been a columnist for Pacific News Service (PNS)
(1987-1991), columnist for the newspaper La Opinión (Los Angeles, CA)
(1998-2003). Counsellor of the National Commission for the Development of
Indigenous Peoples (CDI) (2004-06). Author of the books Los Mixtecos en la
Frontera (Baja California) (1991); Mixtecos en Frontera (2009), and
Avenida Niñas Heroes. Las Magdalenas de Tijuana (2014) (unpublished).