Whitney Eulich

Print Journalist @weulich

Whitney Eulich is the Latin America correspondent and editor for The Christian Science Monitor, and a freelance print and radio reporter based in Mexico City. She has covered a range of topics, including labor rights and public health in El Salvador, human trafficking in Mexico among U.S. guest workers, and violence and education in Brazil. Whitney holds a master’s in international affairs from Columbia University and studied radio production at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.

En Español

Whitney Eulich es la corresponsal y editora para The Christian Science Monitor en America Latina y también es una periodista freelance de radio y prensa en la Cuidad de México. Ella ha reportado sobre varios temas que incluyen derechos laborales y salud publica en El Salvador, la trata de personas de México entre trabajadores temporales en los Estados Unidos, y violencia y educación en Brasil. Eulich obtuvo su maestría en relaciones internacionales de Columbia University y estudió producción de radio en el Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.

Reporting Locations


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Tijuana looks inward, not northward, to spark cultural revival

Caesar’s restaurant, housed in a historic building on the main Avenida Revolución here, is bustling on a recent Wednesday night. Outdoor seating is at capacity, a small scrum of diners vie for the hostess’ attention…

| Whitney Eulich

At Mexican border, he puts emphasis on the basic rights of migrants

Eduardo “Eddie” Canales leans out of his truck window, peering beyond a barbed wire fence and into the sandy, scraggly brush of a remote ranch here in South Texas, about 80 miles from the US-Mexican…

| Whitney Eulich

High court ruling: a blow, not a final block for illegal immigrants

  At a recent weekly meeting here in Tijuana, Mexico, attendees went around the room sharing their experiences leading up to their deportation from the United States. Although every ?mother’s and father’s ?story was different…

| Whitney Eulich

Violence plunged after he brought the arts to a Tijuana neighborhood

At the top of a hill in Camino Verde, a neighborhood long known for its gang turf wars and struggling families, sits a drab concrete-slab building. It’s a substantive structure, which stands out in this…

| Jika Gonzalez, Whitney Eulich

Madres deportadas luchan desde Tijuana por el voto a Bernie Sanders

Madres deportadas luchan desde Tijuana por el voto a Bernie Sanders TIJUANA, México.- En una calle poco transitada se encuentra una oficina pequeña repleta de banderas estadounidenses y afiches con frases en inglés como #…

| Whitney Eulich, Natalie Keyssar

When families are divided by the US-Mexico border, deportation

Emma Sanchez Paulsen perches on the windowsill in her cramped bedroom and looks out at the vast US-Mexican border wall that undulates with the hills in the distance. A mother of three US citizens and…

| Whitney Eulich

Cowed by cartels? Mexican journalists find fresh ways to get info out.

Reporter AJ Espinoza rarely publishes stories that touch on recurring corruption, gun battles, kidnappings, or cartel violence that roil his home state. At least, he doesn’t publish them in Mexico. About two years ago, Mr.…

| Jika Gonzalez, Whitney Eulich

On Mexico-US border, living in the shadow of ‘The Wall’

Editor’s note: The Monitor published this story in May 2016, when Donald Trump was the presumed candidate for the Republican Party. Today, President Trump signed an executive order authorizing construction of a wall along the…