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Tuesday, 24 May 2016
Mexico

51 Sonora Spill adds to the Social and Environmental Consequences of Free-Market Mining in Mexico Darcy Tetreault
52 Mexico: San Salvador Atenco Fights for Land, Resists Proposed Airport Jessica Davies
53 Queering the Metro in Mexico City Josh Mentanko, Photos by Clayton Conn
54 Voices From the Field: Puebla’s Campesinos Resisting the Theft of Their Land Jeff Abbott
55 Laws that Kill Protesters in Mexico Daniela Pastrana
56 Fracking Fights Loom Large in Mexico Kent Paterson
57 Mexico Rape Victim Faces Prison Time for Self-Defense Daniela Pastrana
58 Zapatistas Decide to Do Away with Subcomandante Marcos Orsetta Bellani, Translated by Danica Jorden
59 Photo Essay: Zapatistas Show Dignified Rage and Demand Justice and an End to Violence Targeting their Communities Tim Russo
60 Impunity and Dispossession in Mexico: San Sebastián Bachajón on the Anniversary of the Assassination of Juan Vázquez Guzmán Jessica Davies
61 Peoples’ Encounter in Resistance Against the Extractive Mining Model in Mexico James Rodríguez, MiMundo.org
62 Va Por Kuy: Deadly "Non-Lethal" Weapons and Disappearance Under Peña-Nieto's Reign Andalucia Knoll
63 Canada Arms Mexico Dawn Paley
64 Living Legacy of Machismo: Rape Victim Charged for Self-Defense in Mexico Andalusia Knoll
65 The Zapatistas at 20: Building Autonomous Community Melissa Forbis interviewed by Johanna Brenner
66 Mexico’s Oil Belongs to Its Citizens, Not the Global 1% Yoshua Okón
67 Rage, Sadness, and Determination: Journalists in Mexico will not be Silenced Clayton Conn
68 New Forms of Revolution (Part 2): The Oaxaca Commune Gustavo Esteva
69 Zapatista Support Bases Under Attack: Call for a Week of National and International Solidarity Jessica Davies
70 Self-defense Groups and Community Police Forces in Mexico: Differences as Seen from the Villages Jaime Quintana Guerrero, Translation by Christina Hewitt
71 After The Plantones: Looking Back On An Autumn Of Struggle In Mexico City David Martinez
72 In the Fog: The Struggle for Power, Territory, and Justice in the Mexican State of Michoacán Clayton Conn
73 Mexico: First Statement from the Self-Defense Group of Aquila, Michoacán The Self-Defense Council of Aquila, Michoacán, Translated by Scott Campbell
74 The Permanent People’s Tribunal and the Counterinsurgency War in Chiapas Orsetta Bellani, Translation by Nancy Piñeiro
75 "It's not just 2 pesos; It's the country:" Mexico City's #PosMeSalto Movement Protests Rising Transit Costs Andalusia Knoll
76 Photo Essay: EZLN 20th Anniversary in Chiapas Jeff Abbott
77 New Forms of Revolution (Part 1): The Lacandona Commune Gustavo Esteva
78 The EZLN - A look at its History (Part 3): The Option for the Poor Raul Romero,Translation by Dorset Chiapas Solidarity Group
79 The EZLN - A Look at its History (Part 2): The Millenarian Resistance Raul Romero, Translation by Dorset Chiapas Solidarity Group
80 The EZLN - A Look at its History (Part 1): The Guerrilla Nucleus Raul Romero, Translation by Dorset Chiapas Solidarity Group
81 Central America: Mothers of Disappeared Migrants Return to Mexico in Search of Loved Ones Clayton Conn
82 Mexico Opens Energy Industry to Foreign Investment Diego Cupolo
83 Mexicans Against Zionism Dawn Paley
84 Remembering Brad Will in Mexico Santiago Navarro F., Translation by Clayton Conn
85 Repressive Memories: Terror, Insurgency, and the Drug War in Mexico Dawn Paley
86 Latin America: Report from the II Continental Summit on Indigenous Communication Orsetta Bellani, Translation by Clayton Conn
87 Mexico: San Sebastián Bachajón, Six Months after the Assassination of Juan Vázquez Guzmán Jessica Davies
88 Mexico: Bracero Guestworkers, Unpaid Adam Goodman and Verónica Zapata Rivera
89 The Beast Strikes Again: Central American Migrants Feel Brunt of Failed Immigration Policies Andalusia Knoll
90 Photo Essay: Following Police Eviction, Mexico's Teachers Keep Fighting for Quality Education Andalusia Knoll
91 Photo Essay: Indigenous in Mexico Reweaving Struggles Clayton Conn and Santiago Navarro F.
92 The Art of Building a New World: Freedom According to the Zapatistas Raúl Zibechi
93 Mexico: The Yaqui Tribe Defend their Right to Water Jessica Davies
94 A War Without War Correspondents in Mexico Santiago Navarro F.
95 Mexico: The Eye is on the Mines Jaime Quintana, Translation by Clayton Conn
96 Freedom According to the Zapatistas: The Launch of the Escuelita Andalusia Knoll
97 Autonomous Zapatista Education: The Little Schools of Below Raúl Zibechi, Translated by Chiapas Support Committee
98 Mexico: Indigenous Oaxacan Political Prisoners Caught in the Drug War Prison Boom Kristin Bricker and Santiago Navarro
99 Mexico: Activists Demand Liberation of Indigenous Political Prisoner, Alberto Patishtán Clayton Conn
100 Narcoland: The Mexican Drug Lords and Their Godfathers - Book Review Dawn Paley
 
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