Workers in Mexico and the United States face some of the same challenges–and some of the same employers
Dumping hundreds of migrants in the remote Mexican border town of Sasabe puts them at risk from organized crime
“People who are fleeing crime and searching for a better future shouldn’t be treated like this”. “But there is something that we have, as migrants. We don’t give up, we do everything to achieve our goals.”
In protest of femicide, the artists painted over portraits of all-male historical figures hanging in the National Human Rights Commission
Around 91 percent of migrants apprehended while trying to cross from Mexico into the U.S.’s Southwest border are being sent back within as little as two hours.
For Mexican workers, farmers, and the poor, the pandemic and the new treaty replacing NAFTA are a devastating one-two punch
United States-owned company Constellation Brands is defying local orders and forcing Mexican workers to continue producing its Corona and Modelo beers for export to US consumers
A prominent labour lawyer in Mexico’s borderlands has been arrested on accusations of inciting violence – a move family members and colleagues denounced as retribution for advising wildcat strikers at US-owned factories.
Mexicans have flooded social media with statements of support for protests in the US against anti-Black violence
In Puebla, Mexico, the state government tried to take over city buildings in order to secure power for drug cartels that they allegedly have a pact with