Upside Down World
Saturday, 30 July 2016

1 Sexual Torture of Women Prisoners is Growing Epidemic in Mexico’s War on Drugs Nidia Melissa Bautista
2 Mexico: Support for Families of Victims Pours in Following Massacre in Nochixtlan, Oaxaca Jeff Abbott
3 The Battle of Oaxaca Gustavo Esteva
4 From Within the Storm: National Indigenous Congress and Zapatista Communique on Oaxaca Teacher Protests National Indigenous Congress and EZLN
5 Deepening Police Violence in Mexico: “Ley Eruviel,” Megaprojects and Organized Resistance Ryan A. Knight
6 Deepening Police Violence in Mexico: “Ley Eruviel,” Megaprojects and Organized Resistance Ryan A. Knight
7 Nestora Salgado: A Triumph of Cross-Border Organizing for Justice in Mexico Nidia Bautista
8 More or Less Dead: Feminicide, Haunting and the Ethics of Representation in Mexico - A Book Review Jen Wilton
9 Honduras: Gustavo Castro Soto and the Rigged Investigation into Berta Cáceres’ Assassination Beverly Bell
10 Mexico: The Struggle of Traditional Pulque Against European Beer and Colonization Tamara Pearson
11 Mexico: Why Ayotzinapa Still Matters Nidia Bautista
12 Mexico-US: A Sister’s Pain and Demand for Justice Knows No Borders Nidia Bautista
13 The Dark Side of Clean Energy: Industrial Wind Plantations in Mexico Santiago Navarro F., Renata Bessi
14 Words of the Zapatistas on the 22nd Anniversary of the Beginning of the War Against Oblivion Zapatistas
15 Time Stands Still for the Mothers of Mexico's Disappeared Nidia Bautista
16 Comunalidad as the Axis of Oaxacan Thought in Mexico Jaime Martinez Luna
17 October 2nd Tlatelolco March: A Legacy of Resistance and Remembrance Nidia Bautista
18 Ayotzinapa, Paradigm of the War on Drugs in Mexico: New Afterword to Drug War Capitalism Dawn Paley
19 After Mexico’s Tlatelolco Massacre: Coping with Political Tragedy Ramor Ryan
20 Mexico and the Memory of Ayotzinapa: Whose problem is it? Lawrence Maxwell
21 Zapatistas: Truth and Justice Will Never, Ever, Come from Above Zapatistas
22 One Year Since the Crime of Ayotzinapa: On Government Lies, Human Bonfires and the Search for Truth Laura Carlsen
23 The Zapatistas on Elections and a Look Toward the Capitalist Hydra Zapatistas
24 Zapatista Communities: "Resistance and Rebellion Are Our Weapons" Zapatistas
25 Mexico: A Lesson in Defiance Amid the Carnage Ramor Ryan
26 Political Economy from the Perspective of the Zapatista Communities Zapatistas
27 The Struggle As The Women We Are: Communiques From The Zapatistas Zapatistas
28 Fracking Expands Under the Radar on Mexican Lands Emilio Godoy
29 Mexico’s Grassroots Caravans for Water, Land, Work and Life Victor M. Quintana
30 “Our Struggle Has No Borders:” Ayotzinapa's Caravana 43 Circulates Through South America Armando Carmona
31 An Ecovillage Survives as a Haven for Deep Ecology in Mexico’s Central Mountains Christy Rodgers
32 A Gathering in New York: Ayotzinapa, El Barrio and San Sebastián Bachajón Jessica Davies
33 Mexico: Ayotzinapa Caravan Forges European Alliances Richard Arghiris
34 A Teachers’ Day Protest in Mexico City Brings an Army of Police into the Streets Christy Rodgers
35 A “Seminar on Critical Thought” Organized by the Zapatistas Draws Over a Thousand Participants in Chiapas Christy Rodgers
36 “Our Destiny is to Struggle, Always Struggle:” Communiques from the Zapatistas’ Critical Thought vs. the Capitalist Hydra Seminar Zapatistas
37 Mexico: Ayotzinapa and the International Caravans Luis Hernández Navarro
38 San Sebastián Bachajón: The Struggle against Dispossession in Mexico Ricardo Lagunes and Jessica Davies
39 Zapatista Women Explain Things Ramor Ryan
40 The “Other” Politics of Ayotzinapa Charlotte Maria Sáenz
41 Two Years of the Autodefensas Movement in Michoacán, Mexico: Persecution and Politics Valentina Valle Baroz, Translated by April Howard
42 Mexico: Ayotzinapa, Emblem of the Twenty-First Century Social Order Ana Esther Ceceña
43 Ayotzinapa: 100 Days of Rage, Sorrow and Struggle in Guerrero Andalusia Knoll
44 Obama Has Nothing to Gain by Propping Up Mexico’s Government Laura Carlsen
45 Beyond Ayotzinapa: How U.S. Intervention in Colombia Paved the Way for Mexico’s Human Rights Crisis Julia Duranti and Maggie Ervin
46 Eduardo Galeano on Ayotzinapa: I Read and I Share Eduardo Galeano, Translated by Danica Jorden
47 Mexico: In the Land of Zapata, a Community Fights Natural Gas Development Martha Pskowski and Octavio Morales
48 A Silence That Speaks: Ayotzinapa and the Politics of Listening Armando Carmona
49 Mexico: Ayotzinapa’s Uncomfortable Dead Charlotte María Sáenz
50 Joint Declaration from National Indigenous Congress and EZLN on Ayotzinapa and for Liberation of Yaqui leaders National Indigenous Congress and the EZLN
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