With elegant acuity, Raúl Romero describles the neoliberal war on indigenous life and territory. We highly recommend listening/watching the conversation with Raúl hosted by Sexta Grietas del Norte, linked below.
The imposition of five megaprojects in southeast Mexico are the continuation of the Plan Puebla Panama. Legal appeals on the violations of Human Rights were filed August 7th.
By: Luis Hernández Navarro The free trade hurricane devastated the Mexican countryside, ruined small and medium-sized farmers and forced millions of campesinos to migrate to the United States or agricultural fields in the country’s northwest. The free movement of agricultural merchandise across borders, with few regulations, placed unequal parties competing in equal conditions. Not only […]
Text and Photos by Daliri Oropeza Ana de Ita is emphatic: that the Mexican Senate approved the Law for the Promotion and Protection of Corn in the midst of phase 2 of the covid-19 pandemic, is a slight to society. De Ita is a senior researcher at the Center for the Study of Change in […]
By Ana de Ita & Ramón Vera Herrera On March 24, the Senate approved the Federal Law for the Promotion and Protection of Native Corn (LFFPMN) after a year of corrections and discussion by the Senate and House of Representatives. In the latest version, although there were adjustments, the core content was maintained, which brings […]