Organizations of the Caravan of Solidarity and Documentation denounce the multifaceted counterinsurgency strategy of the 4T in Nuevo San Gregorio.
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.
Pulling from a recent evaluation of the Sembrando Vida program, Ramón Vera Herrera highlights some of the contradictions of a program that purports to “raise the income of campesinos and increase the productivity of land.”
By Silvia Ribeiro Like in many other progressive governments (yes, like that without quotations, because precisely a central problem is the industrial-capitalist concept of progress) the government of Lopez Obrador in México has focused primarily on favoring industrial development, including industrial agriculture, and infrastructure projects that favor exports, like the Mayan Train and the Trans-isthmic […]