In solidarity with Fidencio and the struggle of his community, Loma de Bácum, the Fidencio Aldama Support Group is calling for a week of letter writing and art creation from June 20 to 26, 2021.
In times of extermination, ecocide and genocide, in times of imposed death, we organize.
Mazatec women encamped in front of the Federal Judiciary Council in Mexico City to demand the release of their relatives after seven years in prison.
The gas pipeline was already a foregone conclusion, at least that’s what the company, the subsidiary, and the government of Sonora thought. They were wrong. Yaqui women narrate how they have stopped this project.
Over four years ago now, our Indigenous Yaqui compañero Fidencio Aldama was arrested by the Mexican government, charged with murder without a shred of evidence and railroaded through the justice system, sentenced to fifteen years and six months.
In one demonstration after another the call is raised to free the revolutionary journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal NOW.
Women say NO to feminicide and violence against women as they take to the streets and occupy the Mexico City Zócalo on International Women's Day.
More than 30 years ago, the Brigada Callejera was formed in Mexico City. Their work focuses primarily on contributing to sex workers’ autonomous organization and abolishing the structural problems that lead to the exploitation of sexual labor.
His death leaves a huge void for those of us who were able to share with him life, history, struggle, friendship, fraternity, care, punk, and anarchist ideas.