“Despite the fact that 25 years have passed since they were signed, the San Andres Accords maintain are very much relevant today. They have been and are part of the blood that runs through the veins of indigenous insubordination.”
Magdalena Gómez analyzes the other pandemic wreaking havoc on the lives of indigenous people throughout Mexico.
“Dignity, as a sociocultural construct, has an impressive subversive potency, and the announcement of the trip to Spain seems to me of incalculable human value.” Daliri Oropeza of Pie de Página interviews sociologist María Eugenia Sánchez Díaz
Heber Uc describes the many modes by which Sembrando Vida operates to disrupt the fabric of Mayan life on the Yucatán peninsula.
CECCAM director Ana de Ita takes a community-eye view of the AMLO’s star program for reducing poverty in the country.