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Voices in Movement publishes translations and analysis – both contemporary and historical – to share strategy, solidarity and histories of resistance across imaginary divisions of nations and borders, drawing insight from struggles of below and to the left, where the heart is. They also author Revuelta Comunitaria, a semi-regular column on It's Going Down addressing social struggles and political repression in the territory of so-called Mexico.

Mexico: We Are Alone Facing the Silence of the Comrades of the Sexta

This statement comes from la Brigada Callejera de Apoyo a la Mujer “Elisa Martínez” A.C., Cihuatlahtolli Feminist Collective A.C. and a liaison committee of the Mexican Sex Work Network. It critiques the recently formed...

Mexico: Statement Demanding Freedom for Indigenous Yaqui Land Defender Fidencio Aldama Pérez

This communiqué comes from the National and International Campaign for the Freedom of the Political Prisoners of Tlanixco and the Yaqui Tribe. The communiqué gives context to the case of Yaqui political prisoner, Fidencio...

Mexico: Update on the Case of Anarchist Political Prisoner Luis Fernando Sotelo

This communiqué comes from the campaign for the freedom of Luis Fernando Sotelo Zambrano. Luis Fernando has been imprisoned since 2014 in Mexico City on charges related to fires that were set to a...

Mexico: Statement Against Repression From the Central Valleys of Oaxaca

This communique comes from a group of community members and collectives in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, Mexico. It speaks to the ongoing organizing around land defense and community self-determination in Oaxaca, along with...

Mexico: Statement From the National and International Campaign for the Freedom of the Political...

Statement on indigenous and ecological political prisoners in Mexico. Movement for the Freedom of the Defenders of Water and Life of San Pedro TlanixcoTo the People of Mexico and the WorldTo the MediaThe history of...

Revuelta Comunitaria: The Politics Behind Amnesty for Political Prisoners in Mexico

There has been much talk from the new political administration in Mexico, including the new president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, regarding a federal amnesty law for political prisoners. The proposed amnesty law is part...

Mexico: Campaign for the Freedom of Indigenous Prisoner Diego López Méndez

Compañeras and compañeros of Mexico and the world, we enter the second phase of the campaign to demand the freedom of our compañero Diego López Méndez. The purpose of this campaign is to free...

Oaxaca: Statement from the Assembly of Indigenous Peoples in Defense of the Papaloapan Basin

This statement comes from the Assembly of Indigenous Peoples in Defense of the Territory of the Papaloapan Basin in Oaxaca, Mexico. It commits to the permanent organization and struggle in defense of territory and...

Mexico: Prisoner in Struggle, Alejandro Díaz Santis, Has Been Arbitrarily Transferred

This note speaks to the recent transfer of Indigenous prisoner in struggle, Alejandro Díaz Santis. Alejandro is part of the imprisoned organizing group, “Los Solidarios de la Voz del Amate,” and has been transferred...

Mexico: A Modest Agitation, Full of Rage, Against the 50-Year Prison Sentence of Our...

Yesterday, a group of anarchists carried out an act of disruption in the “Anarchists” exhibit in the National Museum of Revolution in Mexico City. The action was an act of solidarity with anarchist political...