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"Insumisión" is a featured column from Scott Campbell that brings you news and analysis from social movements and struggles in the territory referred to as Mexico.

The Seeds of Anti-Capitalist Revolt Found in Everyday Resistance: A Review of Guerrillas of...

Originally published by the Institute for Anarchist Studies. Back when I first began selling my labor for a wage in the wasteland of suburbia’s strip malls, I can recall the tedium of stocking shelves, summoning...

Not Our Comrades: ITS Attacks on Anarchists

In May of this year, the eco-extremist group Individualists Tending Toward the Wild (ITS) issued a statement claiming responsibility for the murder of two hikers in the State of Mexico and the femicide of...

Urgent Support Needed for Mexican Anarchist Prisoner Fernando Bárcenas

Fernando Bárcenas is an anarchist political prisoner in Mexico. Earlier this week, he learned he must pay a 35,500 peso (1,950 USD) fine imposed during his sentencing by Friday, June 9 or have his...

There’s Nothing Anarchist about Eco-Fascism: A Condemnation of ITS

“When horror knocks at your door, it’s difficult to hide from. All that can be done is to breathe, gather strength, and face it….I shared news of the woman found in University City. From...

Mexico: After Campus Femicide, Thousands March on UNAM

On the night of Wednesday May 3, Lesvy Berlín Rivera Osorio was strangled to death with a telephone cord on the campus of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico City. Her...

Mexico: Teachers in Chiapas Take on State and Official Union

On May 3, the protest actions of the National Coordinator of Education Workers (CNTE) ended. These consisted of 72 hours of highway toll booth takeovers; the taking of public buildings; the closing of shopping...

Mexico: Anti-authoritarian Activities in Tijuana

This activity came about with the purpose of continuing to shake up, rethink ourselves and analyze the anti-authoritarian struggle, as well as understanding the different perspectives in the struggle against authority. We also think...

Mexico: On the Political Prisoners of San Pedro Tlanixco

Words from the Movement for the Freedom of the San Pedro Tlanixco Defenders of Water and Life on the First Anniversary of Radio Tlanixco, the Spring of Freedom To the tribes, peoples, neighborhoods and nations...
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Mexico: Police Attack Parents and Classmates of Ayotzinapa Disappeared

The mothers and fathers of the 43 disappeared teaching college students (normalistas) were attacked with tear gas by federal police on April 25 as they tried to approach the Ministry of the Interior (SEGOB),...

Indigenous Communities Blockade Highway in Oaxaca

We, the communities of Puente Madera, Rancho Llano and Loma Bonita, from the indigenous Zapotec municipality of San Blas Atempa, Oaxaca, are continuing intense mobilizations with a now 24-hour-long blockade of the Trans-Isthmus Highway...