A year has passed and we still do not know the fate of the 43 rural college students from Ayotzinapa forcibly disappeared on Sept. 26, 2014 in Iguala, Mexico
Plan Merida has been blamed for worsening the country’s security situation and allowing atrocities like the Ayotzinapa disappearances to flourish
Necropolitics: where the state has the “power and the capacity to dictate who may live and who must die”
For the last year and a half, tens of thousands of Mexican teachers have been involved in demonstrations, weeks-long strikes, seizure of highway toll booths and government buildings, and violent confrontations with the police and the army. These teachers, in the southern and western states of Chiapas, Oaxaca, Guerrero, and Michoacán, oppose the education reform Read more…
Mixtec and Triqui farm workers in the U.S. and Mexico also share a common history of labor organizing
Here we are all the problem, disturbing both the Government and the narcos; we’re faced with repression on two fronts, the legal and the illegal
Over 90 percent of Mexicans have lost faith in their political parties. What comes next?
Despite a year of social unrest, this month’s Mexican elections mostly preserved the status quo. What happened?
Women’s rights activists in Argentina have revived the slogan that began in Mexico in response to the mass killings of young women in Ciudad Juárez
While the election is in jeopardy in half a dozen states, the government is likely to continue to spearhead voting, despite sporadic cartel violence and social protests