April 14, 2023
Pablo Carlos Rojas Gómez / Revista Común

Although Mexico’s electoral institute was originally born out of struggles for democracy, it has since become a guardian of the neoliberal Mexican state.

April 11, 2023
Dawn Marie Paley con Alicia Hopkins y Lirba Cano

A pesar de la intensa represión y la división transfóbica, un poderoso movimiento feminista está cambiando el debate sobre la violencia de género.

April 11, 2023
Dawn Marie Paley with Alicia Hopkins and Lirba Cano

Despite intense repression and transphobic division, a powerful feminist movement is shifting the terms of debate on gender violence.

April 11, 2023
Kirwin Shaffer

As Latin America swings left, activists keep alive a long anarchist tradition of critiquing the limits of state power. For them, the real alternatives are in communities, workplaces, and the streets.

April 4, 2023
Mateo Crossa & Nina Ebner

Tesla’s plan to open a Gigafactory in Monterrey is welcomed by local business elites, but will only deepen processes of labor devaluation and technological dependency.

January 24, 2023
Santiago Navarro F for Avispa Midia

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador entered office promising not to grant new mining licenses. But concessions have been authorized in Indigenous territories.

November 6, 2022
John Gibler

Is the Mexican government's dubious new evidence part of another “historical truth?”

October 4, 2022
Lizbeth Hernández

From both sides of the Rio Grande, a grassroots network helps people seeking abortions in post-Roe United States find the care they need.

September 14, 2022
Suhail Gharaibeh

Tomás Zerón de Lucio, a key figure in the forced disappearance and subsequent government cover-up of the Ayotzinapa case, is hiding out in Tel Aviv thanks to his close ties to the Israeli cybersurveillance industry.

September 9, 2022
John Gibler

The arrest of the former attorney general for covering up the state’s role in the disappearance of 43 Ayotzinapa students could be a smokescreen.


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