Ángeles Máriscal interviews terrified residents in the region where the Sinaloa and Jalisco New Generation Cartels clash. Those fleeing leave everything behind. And those who stay are conscripted into the service of the cartels.
What have we learned from the Zapatistas in the 30 years since their uprising? How can their teachings be applied in the classroom? A review of some of the praxis of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, UNAM.
R. Aída Hernández Castillo discusses how the Zapatista Revolutionary Women’s Law has not only changed the “cultural climate” for indigenous women throughout México, but also challenged western feminisms to examine cultural difference and transformations from within.