Resurgent Mexico by Quincy Saul photoshooter2015 | Shutterstock.com “Did you hear it? It is the sound of their world collapsing. It is the sound of ours resurging.” – Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos, December 2012 Mexico is living and dying for the sins of the global economy. The price of cheap clothes, cheap drugs and cheap labor is […]
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May 29, 2011 By Members of the La Otra Support Committee of the Caravan INTERNATIONAL DAY OF ACTION IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE AUTONOMOUS MUNICIPALITY OF SAN JUAN COPALA, OAXACA, MEXICO TO THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD TO THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND ORGANIZATIONS TO THOSE IN SOLIDARITY WITH THIS JUST CAUSE The Triqui people of […]
Wednesday, October 6, 7PM Bluestockings Bookstore 172 Allen Street between Stanton and Rivington, Manhattan Free, donations accepted and appreciated Three years ago, the indigenous municipality of San Juan Copala, in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, declared itself autonomous from the government. Since that time they have faced severe repression, with community members being kidnapped, […]
I Really Like the Cops, by Brad Will
Bradley Roland Will 1970-2006 Murdered by police in Mexico.
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