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Search for missing persons goes international
Search for missing persons goes international

“The eyes don’t lie” repeats Ruth, a Salvadoran woman looking for her son in the city of Tijuana. She holds a large photograph of son Rafael, as two homeless men on the street watch her closely, searching their memories for a recollection of the face of the disappeared son. “He might have changed over the years, but the eyes don’t lie,” says the mother.

In Chihuahua, environmental defenders continue to resist despite criminalization and attacks
In Chihuahua, environmental defenders continue to resist despite criminalization and attacks

Throughout Mexico, extractivist projects by companies in mining, tourism and forestry are invading communal and ejido territories. And throughout Mexico, the defenders of these territories are assassinated, disappeared, accused, criminalized. But they never stop resisting.

Native leadership, key to open climate justice door
Native leadership, key to open climate justice door

With the release in April of the report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the time is ripe to celebrate a breakthrough by Indigenous Peoples in participation on the scientific advisory board that guides global warming policy for 195 U.N. countries. Opinion leaders should push the envelope for more of the same.

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In The Press

The Heat: U.S. migrant crisis ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy exposes migrants to horrific abuse.

Under the recently reinstated policy, asylum seekers at the US border are vulnerable to ‘torture, rape, and death’. Check out this report on Al Jazeera with Laura Carlsen. Click here.

 

Mexico’s elections on KPFA radio
Local candidates were killed in the run up to Mexico’s recent election. Laura Carlsen (@LauraECarlsen), Director of the Mexico City-based Americas Program joins us to analyze the political climate in Mexico following its midterm election which saw a 51% voter turnout. Listen to the show here, at 0:08 – 36 . 
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