Heroin trafficking consumes small town
Monday, April 24, 2006
Chiva is slang for heroin and it's the title of Chellis Glendinning's new book. In shocking details, Glendinning writes about heroin trafficking in Chimayo, a small town in New Mexico that boasts the most per-capita overdose deaths in the country.
- Chellis Glendinning , author of Chiva: A Village Takes On the Global Heroin Trade. She is a guest speaker at San Diego State's annual lecture series, "Change and Response in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands."
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