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The people in the tents say yes

"I will not leave - this park belongs to the people of Tijuana; we will defend it."


After a year, questions remain about Mexico’s missing

Cities throughout the world will be holding one-year anniversary events to continue the pressure for answers. 


Today in Latin American history: Mexican independence from Spain is declared

Mexico celebrates its independence on this date in 1810. 


In Mexico, a history of struggle drives a dance of resistance

Change and catastrophe produced one of the world's most beautiful dances: The Dance of the Feather.


Dissident journalists persecuted in Mexico

Ruben Espinosa was evidently on a special list because of his photojournalism activities, including the investigation of a previous murder of a journalist.


Ayotzinapa Caravana 43: Families call for missing students to be returned

Families and friends from Ayotzinapa have expanded their call to the Mexican government to return their sons and fellow students.


Morena, the hope of Mexico

On Friday, Feb. 13, a binational meeting took place between committees of the Movement for National Regeneration, in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.


Mexico’s federal police responsible for slaughter of student teachers?

HRW is calling on the Obama administration to halt aid to Mexican security forces until human rights violations are investigated and prosecuted.


Repression fails to stem mass outrage in Mexico

Police repression has failed to stop a wave of protests sweeping Mexico demanding the return of 43 kidnapped students in the state of Guerrero.


Mexico in crisis: Demonstrations against killings erupt worldwide

The Nov. 20 protests were huge and extended beyond Mexico to cities around the world, including several in the United States. More are scheduled for Dec. 3.

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