Communiqué to the Madres Buscadores across Mexico seeking their loved ones.

But we tell you here what we were going to tell you there: Don’t stop seeking. Those absent people are valuable because of the blood they inherited, which is your own. We do not know those whom you are missing, but we know you and the nobility of your struggle. Don’t give up, don’t sell out, don’t give in

Tomás Zerón and Ayotzinapa, Impunity and Cynicism

Luis Hernández Navarro Under Israeli protection, Tomás Zerón de Lucio, the former director of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) under Enrique Peña Nieto, who tortured and threatened the lives of detainees, tampered with and fabricated false evidence, and was a key figure in the elaboration of the “historical truth” in the case of the 43 students from Ayotzinapa who disappeared in 2014, claims to be politically persecuted. While the parents of the boys experience the hell of not knowing where their children are, Zeron confesses, in an interview in the magazine 7 Days, supplement of the Israeli daily Yediot Ahronoth, …

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On Valentine’s day we celebrate the global movement to end violence against ALL women and girls (gender fluid, trans, and cisgender) and to end the patriarchal violence that afflicts us all.
Raúl Romero writes of this movement, an anti-monument of protest, and a demand for justice, Noise.

Miguel Concha: A Good Man

In a nation where the social movement is highly fragmented and divided, Miguel Concha was a personality of unity and consensus; in a country where corruption is rampant, Father Concha was an indisputable ethical reference. Luis Hernandez Navarro recounts the legacy of a man devoted to human rights.

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