A review of Writing on the Wall: Selected Prison Writings of Mumia Abu-Jamal. Editor, Johanna Fernandez. Foreword, Cornel West. City Lights Books, 2015.
March against the plunder of indigenous communities
The People’s Assembly of Activist Hip Hop in solidarity with the struggle for justice in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero.
The families do not accept the government explanation that their children are probably the human remains found in mass graves on the outskirts of Iguala.
The uprising against organized crime in Michoacán gains ground despite many obstacles and changes can be seen in the way people live.
Hundreds march in Mexico City to free Yakiri and support her right to self defense.
The march in commemoration of the Tlatlolco Massacre is brutally repressed while demanding an end to repression and abrogation of education reforms.
Schoolteachers demanding worker rights and free public education for everyone were violently removed from the Mexico City Zócalo on September 13 and are now regrouping.
Recently arrested independent journalists refute charges levied against them and defend work.
Interview with Marcus Arellanes of Section 22 of the teachers’ union in Oaxaca.