Mexico

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...

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...

Contra Aztlán: A Critique of Chicano Nationalism

From Lucha No Feik The cap above is an image that is making the rounds as a counterpoint to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and the hat he’s made (in)famous. It is serves as a lazy reminder...

Gentrification and the Mega-Projects of Mexico City: A project of Domination and Social Control

From Negación Translated by Lucha No Feik Presently in the vanguard city, Mexico City, the Federal District or however social democracy cares to designate this grey and stifling monster, the government is rapidly promoting gentrification projects,...

Reclamation: The Indigenous Struggle for Land and Autonomy in Chiapas

Originally posted to It's Going Down In January 2016 It's Going Down held an interview with Dorset Chiapas Solidarity Group which is part of the broader UK Zapatista Network. The group is particularly involved in the translation...
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After Police Attack, Barricades Reappear in Oaxaca

Originally posted to It's Going Down By Scott Campbell UPDATE: Scroll down or click here to see updates as of 12am Oaxaca time on June 14. In the waning minutes of June 11, federal police, the federal...

“If I Die in Police Custody, Burn Everything Down!”

Across the US, in response to the outpouring of rebellion in the wake of a tidal wave of police murders, a handful of cops have been charged, several have been fired, and a few...

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: 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...

All The News You Didn’t Even Know Was Going Down

https://twitter.com/abolishme/status/665639509770559488 Originally posted to It's Going Down What a fucking week. From protests that blocked bridges in Montreal to riot police chasing and savagely attacking Normalista students in Mexico to the growth of a student movement...