Category: Mexico

Tamara Pearson: Mexico’s Sugar Skull Artists

Today, the main difference between what is considered art or handicrafts has a lot to do with who is making the art, and who is buying it

Dawn Paley: Three Years After Ayotzinapa

All eyes are on Mexico as community members respond to two devastating earthquakes

Christy Thornton: Solidarity Versus the State

Many in Mexico think the government and political parties are hampering aid efforts

Edward Hunt: Fanning the Flames of Violence in Mexico

Leaders of the United States know that they bear significant responsibility for the violence in Mexico

José Orduña: A Devil in a Cast of Villains

President Trump’s pardoning of Joe Arpaio is despicable. But many politicians who have denounced it have also supported anti-immigrant policies and helped fuel the violent drug war in Mexico

Felipe "Feggo" Galindo: Remembering Rius

A friend and colleague of Mexican cartoonist Eduardo “Rius” Del Río, who died last week at the age of 83, remembers his work and prodigious influence on political cartooning

Laura Carlsen: Trump’s Obsession with Mexico

The verbal bluffing is crucial window- dressing in the absence of a policy that could really fix NAFTA to the benefit of both countries

Nidia Bautista: Justice for Lesvy

Lesvy Berlin Rivera Osorio’s death in Mexico City was ruled a suicide amidst judicial irregularities and impunity. Activists are mobilizing to denounce the death not only as murder, but also as feminicide

Maxime Robin: The wall already exists

With or without a wall, whatever its shape or medium, there’s a war zone between the US and Mexico, full of the lost, the desperate and the dead

Alice Brooke Wilson: Mexico’s Autodefensa Movement

“Cartel Land” Documentary Completely Misunderstands Mexico’s Autodefensa Movement

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