Mexico

Audio Report: Caravan Arrives in Tijuana and Faces Far-Right Protests

Cover Photo from @Andalalucha In this special audio report, we were able to speak with Mexico based journalist Andalalucha on what has been happening on the streets of Tijuana since migrants from Honduras and other Central...

Autonomous Struggle Vs the Political Party Machine

In a recent op-ed piece in the Mexican liberal newspaper, La Jornada, professor at the College of Mexico, Soledad Loaeza, writes that, “History teaches us that political regimes without parties quickly become dictatorships that...

Revuelta Comunitaria: Battling Mexico’s Airport of Death

The following piece, the first of our brand new column, Revuelta Comunitaria, written by the folks at Voices in Movement, looks at the lengthy and ongoing struggle against the New International Airport of Mexico City...

Actions Across North America In Solidarity with Afrin

Across the world, actions took place in solidarity with Afrin and the Rojavan revolution. From Tokyo to Afghanistan, thousands marched, carried out actions, and showed the world that Rojava is not alone. Along with...

Shock Doctrine Implemented in Oaxaca After Earthquake

By Renata Bessi and Santiago Navarro F. October 11, 2017 Naomi Klein, in her book The Shock Doctrine, argues that the economic policies of Nobel laureate Milton Friedman and the Chicago School of Economics have gained...
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Trouble #7: Mutual Aid in an Age of Climate Catastrophe

It’s now been twelve years since Hurricane Katrina smashed through the levees of New Orleans, completely inundating the Lower Ninth Ward and validating scientists’ dire warnings of climate change’s destructive effects on weather patterns....

Mexico: Solidarity and Self-Organization in Earthquake Aftermath

On Tuesday, September 19, a powerful earthquake struck central Mexico. With a magnitude of 7.1 on the Richter scale and the epicenter just south of the city of Puebla, it has caused numerous deaths...
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Trouble #4: Movement Defense Against State Repression

The struggle for a new, better world is not for the faint of heart. Movements of collective liberation, if they are effective, will inevitably face repression. The institutional pillars of domination and exploitation are...
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Oaxacan Indigenous Communities Resist Megaprojects

By Renata Bessi and Santiago Navarro F The Chinantec people, inhabitants of the Cajonos River basin in the north of the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, are carrying out an organizational process throughout their entire territory,...
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Oaxaca: To the Sound of the Drums

With the sound of the drums, to the rhythm of the slogans, on bikes, on motorbikes, or on foot, the women of Oaxaca organized this March 8 to go out onto the streets and...