As a community member, and as a communicator Chavira needs our support for a very serious injury to his hand.
Four years ago, they insidiously took your life. Are our words any use in the face of their bullets?
Avispa Midia, an independent journalism collective in Latin America whose work has appeared in translation on El Enemigo Común, recently launched a fundraising campaign to continue expanding their important work.
In Oaxaca, México, Radio Totopo is raising funds to rebuild their community radio station following September's devastating earthquakes.
As ITS says, “We’ve been warning you since the beginning.” And now they are claiming to have killed three humans simply because they were human.
This new aggression is part of a series of harassment against our informational and journalistic work.
Ten years after the June 14, 2006 popular uprising in Oaxaca, we spoke with our compañero Fernando Lobo, writer and former broadcaster of Radio Plantón.
“For us, air not only represents life, it also carries loved ones who have died. When one dies, their spirit becomes air and returns to the people.”
A review of Writing on the Wall: Selected Prison Writings of Mumia Abu-Jamal. Editor, Johanna Fernandez. Foreword, Cornel West. City Lights Books, 2015.
Little research has gone into the film, and the narrative lacks depth and analysis. It’s full of holes.