NORTH AMERICA

Native Americans Win Historic Victories in U.S. High Court Rulings

Escrito por  |  20 / July / 2020

The final rulings of the Supreme Court calendar year favored indigenous causes diametrically opposed to those of incumbent candidate Donald Trump, reaffirming treaty rights and proving the power of recent grassroots mobilizations.

Lopez Obrador’s Visit to Trump is a Betrayal of the U.S. and Mexican People

Escrito por  |  7 / July / 2020

To praise a tyrant is to insult a people. López Obrador’s proposed visit to Washington is an insult to the American people, and especially to the 37 million Mexican migrants who live in the United States.

The Day We Made History: International Women’s Day in Mexico City

Escrito por  |  13 / April / 2020

It was the largest and the boldest Women’s Day march in the history of Mexico City. Tens of thousands of women pulsed through the downtown streets, a river of violet mirrored by the jacaranda trees in full spring bloom. Women of all ages, sectors, classes, barrios, schools and political and sexual orientation marched; they filled the streets with their bodies and their cries.

Mexico’s Women’s March and Strike Confront Rising Violence

Escrito por  |  5 / March / 2020

This year different Mexican women’s groups organized two actions for the historic conmemoration of March 8, International Women’s Day. The  8M march and the Mar. 19th women’s work stoppage.

Mexico’s LeBaron Massacre and the War that Will Not Cease

Escrito por  |  9 / November / 2019

The execution of three women and six of their children in the state of Sonora shocked the public in Mexico and the United States, where the family held dual citizenship, and once again put President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on the defensive.

Guatemalan Military Seeks Impunity for Crimes Committed During the War

Escrito por  |  10 / April / 2019

Today the battle is in Congress, and the deputies who serve impunity, regardless of the violation of international treaties, are doing everything they can to approve the amendments to the National Reconciliation Law and guarantee impunity.

Disappearances of Women Rise In Mexico’s Senseless Drug War

Escrito por  |  11 / March / 2019

More than twenty-five years since the femicides of Juarez came to light, today throughout Mexico women are disappeared and murdered on a daily basis. The government reports that there are currently more than 9,000 disappeared women on the national registry of missing persons and that figure is probably much higher due to underreporting.