News from Mexico: November-December 2020

November 28, 2020

Guanajuato, Mexico, has 2,587 missing persons, and leads nationally in the number of intentional homicides—3,438 in the first nine months of the year; President Andrés Manuel López Obrador claims to be against neoliberalism, but practices neoliberalism with state-capitalism in his developmentalist projects in many parts of Mexico; many states and communities are COVID-19 hot spots with high levels of deaths, particularly in maquiladoras; and the Zapatistas report on their situation vis-a-vis COVID-19, and their resistance along with the Congreso Nacional Indigena against the Federal government developmentalist projects.

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Pipeline tragedy in Mexico

March 11, 2019

The horrendous oil pipeline explosion in Tlahuelilpan, Mexico, which killed over 100 campesinos and injured many more, has shaken all of Mexico. This was a tragedy long in the making.

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Women battle war, terrorism and anti-abortion fanatics

March 8, 2016

Foregrounding the new formal solidarity between Trust Black Women with Black Lives Matter, we explore the thought and actions of women worldwide, including the struggle for reproductive justice in the U.S.; women fighting war and terrorism in places like South Sudan and Syria, the successful fight of domestic workers to organize, and the need to make the revolutionary content of such actions explicit.

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