Although he made headlines when, questioned about Donald Trump’s candidacy, he suggested that Christians should build bridges, not walls, much more newsworthy was the Pope’s apology to the indigenous people of Mexico
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News about the struggle for better democracy in Mexico. According to Freedom House, Mexico is an electoral democracy and even notes that the Federal Electoral Institute which supervises elections has come to be viewed as a model for other countries. Also check out our section on World Democracy and the Americas.
With the help of activists, lawyers, and too many to be named, we were able to stop the government from continuing to license the Berks County Residential Center in Berks, Pennsylvania.
This collection of Ayotzinapa links and images updates automatically from multiple sources to bear digital witness. It is also a righteous and appropriate part of Adjunct Justice and the Precarious Faculty Network.
After 2000 years of religious politics leading to social chaos, it seems to be universal trend
Near Dallas? Come for talk and tequila while listening to Texas Christian University’s Dr. Donald Frischmann talk about Contemporary Mayan Literature at the Latino Cultural Center
Targeted harassment and murder have become all too commonplace for new lot of Mexican reporters
Lyrical genius Mare Advertencia Lirika using her rap songs in battle to save Mexican women rights
The one-year anniversary of the Ayotzinapa students’ forced disappearance from Iguala, Mexico — has just passed us. Yet the impunity of taking student teachers en masse laughs at the face of any democracy.
On September 26th, the one-year anniversary of the forced disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students from the Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers’ College in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico, activists and colleagues are holding a series of special events
When Julio César Guerrero wrote a guest post a while back, I promised you the back story of the months of planning for the Caravana43. I know that many of you have already read much about Ayotzinapa. But now…