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Sunday, 19 April 2015
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1 The “Other” Politics of Ayotzinapa Charlotte Maria Sáenz
2 Two Years of the Autodefensas Movement in Michoacán, Mexico: Persecution and Politics Valentina Valle Baroz, Translated by April Howard
3 Mexico: Ayotzinapa, Emblem of the Twenty-First Century Social Order Ana Esther Ceceña
4 Ayotzinapa: 100 Days of Rage, Sorrow and Struggle in Guerrero Andalusia Knoll
5 Obama Has Nothing to Gain by Propping Up Mexico’s Government Laura Carlsen
6 Beyond Ayotzinapa: How U.S. Intervention in Colombia Paved the Way for Mexico’s Human Rights Crisis Julia Duranti and Maggie Ervin
7 Eduardo Galeano on Ayotzinapa: I Read and I Share Eduardo Galeano, Translated by Danica Jorden
8 Mexico: In the Land of Zapata, a Community Fights Natural Gas Development Martha Pskowski and Octavio Morales
9 A Silence That Speaks: Ayotzinapa and the Politics of Listening Armando Carmona
10 Mexico: Ayotzinapa’s Uncomfortable Dead Charlotte María Sáenz
11 Joint Declaration from National Indigenous Congress and EZLN on Ayotzinapa and for Liberation of Yaqui leaders National Indigenous Congress and the EZLN
12 We Want Them Alive: The Search for Mexico’s 43 Missing Students Andalusia Knoll
13 Mexican Youth Remember 1968 Massacre and Mourn Their Own Dead Alfredo Acedo
14 Mexico: Zapatistas March for Ayotzinapa Orsetta Bellani
15 National Day of Maize in Mexico: Protecting the Sacred Plant Adelita San Vincente Tello, translated and edited by Beverly Bell
16 Sonora Spill adds to the Social and Environmental Consequences of Free-Market Mining in Mexico Darcy Tetreault
17 Mexico: San Salvador Atenco Fights for Land, Resists Proposed Airport Jessica Davies
18 Queering the Metro in Mexico City Josh Mentanko, Photos by Clayton Conn
19 Voices From the Field: Puebla’s Campesinos Resisting the Theft of Their Land Jeff Abbott
20 Laws that Kill Protesters in Mexico Daniela Pastrana
 
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