Here is a link for a Reuters news report courtesy of YouTube:
Finding usable newspaper articles is a bit of a challenge due to copyright. I used the search database, ProQuest, to find newspaper clippings. The ones that are most relevant are from the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and the New York Times. In an article from November 19, 1989 in the Los Angeles Times there was a 700 person march protesting against further U.S. funding to El Salvador's military sector. On November 22, 1989 the Chicago Tribune printed an article that included information on the Jesuits and why they were targeted as well as how the U.S. Congress should respond to their murders. On November 17, 1989 the New York Times included an article of the murders, but it did not make the front page. This article is more ideal to use for our purposes because not only does it include an image of the ransacked residents of the Jesuits, but it also includes small maps of José Simeón Cañas (UCA) and where UCA is located in El Salvador.
Which clip and newspaper article that will be used will be decided by Professor Berger and Katie Macica.