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Wednesday, 24 August 2016
Mexico

101 Freedom According to the Zapatistas: The Launch of the Escuelita Andalusia Knoll
102 Autonomous Zapatista Education: The Little Schools of Below Raúl Zibechi, Translated by Chiapas Support Committee
103 Mexico: Indigenous Oaxacan Political Prisoners Caught in the Drug War Prison Boom Kristin Bricker and Santiago Navarro
104 Mexico: Activists Demand Liberation of Indigenous Political Prisoner, Alberto Patishtán Clayton Conn
105 Narcoland: The Mexican Drug Lords and Their Godfathers - Book Review Dawn Paley
106 Photo Essay: Mexico Celebrates World Day Against Monsanto Andalusia Knoll
107 Mexico Celebrates “Carnival of Corn” and Rejects Monsanto Alfredo Acedo
108 Mexico: Efforts to Provide HIV-AIDS and Other Health Services to Migrants Face Major Obstacles Alexandra McAnarney
109 Mexico: Risking Everything to Migrate North Dawn Paley
110 Mexico: Live to Work for $1.19 an Hour Miguel Ángel Pallares Gómez, Translation by Matilda Villarraga
111 Mother’s Day in Mexico: A Day of Grief and Indignation Clayton Conn
112 Blood Along the Border: Environmental Activism and Violence in Juarez, Mexico Dawn Paley
113 One Year after the Murder of Journalist Regina Martínez: Violence and Impunity Reign Andalusia Knoll
114 Mexico: Airport Threatens Farmworkers Again in Atenco Clayton Conn
115 Tourism in Chiapas: A Conversation with Hermann Bellinghausen Karolina Caicedo Flórez | Itinerant Radio/Alba South
116 Rarámuri Delegation from Mexico arrives in Washington Dawn Paley
117 Corn on the Border: NAFTA and Food in Mexico Dawn Paley
118 International Women’s Day in Mexico: Time for Mourning not Celebration Clayton Conn
119 Mexico: Guerrero’s Indigenous Community Police and Self-defense Groups Clayton Conn
120 Inspired by the Jungle: The Zapatistas and the Rise of an Indigenous City Umar Farooq
121 EZLN Introduces New Subcomandante Gloria Muñoz Ramírez, Translation by Clayton Conn
122 The EZLN Announces Upcoming Meetings in its Territory Desinformémonos, Translated by Nélida Montes de Oca
123 Mexico: Voices from 'Below and to the Left' Say it's the Time of Hope and Action for Movements Desinformémonos, Translation by Dorset Chiapas Solidarity Group
124 Colonialism and the Green Economy in Chiapas: Villagers Defy Pressure to Forfeit Farms for Carbon-Offset Daniel C Marotta and Jennifer Coute-Marotta
125 “We Are Here”: Zapatistas Send Silent Message With the Return of the PRI Gloria Muñoz Ramírez
126 The Zapatista Army of National Liberation Announces Next Steps Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos, Translation by Kristin Bricker
127 Mexico: The Moral and Organizational Strength of the EZLN Jaime Martínez Veloz
128 Zapatista March: The Deafening Silence of Resurgence Tim Russo, Photos by Tim Russo
129 Should Chiapas Farmers Suffer for California’s Carbon? Jeff Conant
130 Mexico: People’s Tribunal Defends Native Villages from Dams Daniela Pastrana
131 Indigenous Communities in Mexico Fight Corporate Wind Farms Jennifer M. Smith
132 “Walking the True Word Around the World”: State Violence, Global Solidarity, and a New Campaign to Support the Zapatistas Jessica Davies
133 Treaty Tolls Death Knell for Mexican Countryside Emilio Godoy
134 Mexican Authorities Urged to End Torture Epidemic Amnesty International
135 Mexico: Arzate against the State Carlos Murillo Gonzalez, Translation by Victoria Robinson
136 Over 300 Days in Prison: Francisco Sántiz Lόpez, Zapatista Political Prisoner, is Innocent! Jessica Davies
137 U.S. Guns Bring Mexican Casualties Zoha Arshad
138 Book Review - Drug War Mexico: Politics, Neoliberalism and Violence in the New Narcoeconomy Dawn Paley
139 Outer Darkness in Coatzacoalcos: The Plight of Migrants in Mexico John Washington
140 Mexican Farmers Battle Canadian Mining Company for Control of Their Land Paul Bocking
141 'Yo Soy 132' Mexican student movement looks to the future Ela Stapley
142 Mexico’s Peace Movement Heads to the US Paul Imison
143 Photo Essay: The "Caravan for Land and Territory" in Mexico Clayton Conn
144 Photo Essay: National March Against the Imposition of Nieto as President in Mexico Clayton Conn
145 Colombia and Mexico: Drug War Capitalism Dawn Paley
146 The Cause of Drug War Violence: Interview with Author Peter Watt Latin America Bureau and Peter Watt
147 Behind the Headlines in Mexico Dawn Paley
148 Mexican Student Movement Challenges Media Manipulation of Elections Ela Stapley
149 Struggle for Release of Indigenous Political Prisoners Patishtan and Santiz Lopez Continues in Mexico Jessica Davies
150 'Dirty War' Tactic of Disappearances Reappears in Mexico Cyril Mychalejko
 
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