Somber Mexico City March Commemorates Ayotzinapa Anniversary

Escrito por  |  27 / September / 2017

Tuesday marked three years since the search began for the 43 students disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero. Meanwhile dozens of families marked one week searching for their loved ones trapped in collapsed buildings after the September 19th earthquake.

Photo Essay: Ayotzinapa, Three Years Later

Escrito por  |  27 / September / 2017

Three years since 43 students were forcibly disappeared by the state and eight days since a powerful earthquake struck Mexco City, Mexicans marched in honor and in mourning of those lost.

“What do we do now?” Isthmus of Tehuantepec After the Earthquake

Escrito por  |  26 / September / 2017

Photographer Jonathan Treat visited the Istmo region days after the earthquake and shares with Educa this photo reporting about the people´s struggle for survival in the communities of San Mateo del Mar, Matías Romero, Rio de Pachiñe, Santa María Xadani and Las Flores.

The End of a Dream

Escrito por  |  8 / September / 2017

After weeks of rumors and tweets, Donald Trump announced his decision to repeal the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a notorious racist and anti-migrant advocate, broke the news with the gleeful expression he reserves for when he’s destroying the lives of thousands of Latino or Muslim or Black or Indigenous people.

Court Blocks Guatemalan President’s Order to Expel Anti-Corruption Chief

Escrito por  |  29 / August / 2017

Should Morales be impeached, or resign, Vice President Cabrera will take over his job, yet press reporting indicates Cabrera is implicated in the same crimes as Morales; protesters are also calling for Cabrera’s prosecution. Should both the President and Vice President be impeached, Congress will choose the successor.

The Trump-Peña call

Escrito por  |  7 / August / 2017

The Washington Post published the full transcript of the January 27 phone call between Donald J. Trump and Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto and it has stirred up the usual voyeuristic interest in the inner workings of the U.S. president’s disturbed mind. But more than that, it reveals the bizarre relationship between an ego-driven domestic agenda and a rudderless and opportunistic foreign policy.

What’s Behind Trump’s Obsession with Bashing Mexico?

Escrito por  |  4 / August / 2017

Mexico's President Peña Nieto and Donald Trump finally meet at the G20. And it does not
go well.