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Mexican Immigration Will Be an Issue as Long as the Nation has a Third World Economy

BY TEX SHELTERS, Occupied Tucson Citizen   A Gang of Eight Senators on Capital Hill introduced an immigration reform bill to Congress on April 17. It has little chance of passing in the Republican House […]

May, 11

A Rough Guide to Obama’s Mexico Visit

BY DAWN MARIE PALEY, CIP Americas Obama last visited Mexico during the G-20 summit in Los Cabos last June. He and his entourage will touch down again today for talks with Mexico’s new president, Enrique […]

May, 08

Indigenous and Teacher Protest from Oaxaca, Part One

BY LAUREN ASRAEL from Oaxaca for the Occupied Tucson Citizen In the tourist city of Oaxaca in this poor Southern Mexican state, teachers and a group of indigenous Triqui people are occupying the Zocalo.  The […]

Mar, 19

The shifting geography of protest: a global digest

BY THE EDITORS The distinguished sociologist Imannuel Wallerstein recently wrote of the “rapidly and constantly shifting geography of protest” that has been sweeping the world since the onset of the Great Recession. In his reckoning, […]

Dec, 03

Mexico’s 30-day lesson in democracy

BY MARTA MOLINA On June 10, at 11:30 in the morning, Mexico City’s Zócalo Plaza began to fill with people wearing creative outfits and carrying posters and signs. Yo Soy 132 academics, Yo Soy 132 […]

Jun, 24

A Mexican Spring begins to blossom

BY MARTA MOLINA In Mexico City’s daily life — in the shops, taxicabs, cafes and lines waiting for the bus — one could hear conversations between people of all ages saying that Enrique Peña Nieto […]

Jun, 09

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