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

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

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.

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Disappearances of Women Rise In Mexico’s Senseless Drug War

Disappearances of Women Rise In Mexico’s Senseless Drug War

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.

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The Organization of American States Shouldn’t Be Run by Regime Change Zealots

The Organization of American States Shouldn’t Be Run by Regime Change Zealots

Luis Almagro, Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), recently announced his bid for another 5-year term at the helm of the world’s oldest and most influential regional organization. His re-election would be a major setback for good governance in the region. Hemisphere’s chief regional organization has been hobbled by pro-Trump leadership.

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