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.
A story of a Black Panther unbroken by decades of torture, a man who speaks of transformation and hope
Lizzi was detained for 45 days, during which time she says she suffered physical and psychological torture. "The treatment we received the entire time was disgraceful.”
Nationwide strike calls for end to prison slavery and inhumane conditions
CODEDI holds Governor Alejandro Murat responsible for assassination of Abraham Hernández
Fernando must pay a 35,500 peso (1,950 USD) fine by Friday, June 9 or have his imprisonment extended for 550 days.
A special podcast with Sofi, an anarchist compañera from Mexico City who is deeply involved in a variety of solidarity and organizing efforts with anarchist prisoners in Mexico.
The combative march brought together more than 400 libertarian, anarchist, and antifascist compañerxs who were able to get to Tlatelolco to remember the fallen from October 2, 1968 and to demand freedom for political prisoners.
A rally and march around the Santiaguito prison in Almoloya de Juarez closed out a series of Activities for the Freedom of the Defenders of the Water and Life of San Pedro Tlanixco.