Imaniman: Poets Writing in the Anzaldúan Borderlands


Creative Writing 

Mexico City Lit


Vice-Versa Magazine



Mexico’s Promise To Protect Migrant Human Rights In US Marred By Contradictions


Justice for Lesvy: Indifference and Outrage in Response to Gender Violence in Mexico City

Latino Rebels

Fighting Trump and Coming of Age in Brooklyn’s Mexican Community

Latin America News Dispatch 

International Organizations Call for End to Violence Against Journalists in Mexico

Civic Ideas

Mexican Community Addresses Domestic Violence, Celebrates Migrant Women

The Establishment 

Xicana Women Claim Their Rightful Place In Punk

Brown Girl Punks Fight Bro Culture On Bikes

Global Voices 

The Difficult Work of Building an Inclusive, Women-Led Coalition to Resist Trump

Ignorance About Transgender Identities in the US and Mexico and the Challenges of Winning Asylum

‘Visions From The Inside’ Illustrates the Struggles and Resilience of Migrants Caught in US Detention Centers

Migrant Women Confront and Resist Sexual Assault on Journey to the United States


Activists Protest US Role in Mexico’s Drug War Violence, While Candidates Remain Quiet

Upside Down World 

Sexual Torture of Women Prisoners is Growing Epidemic in Mexico’s War on Drugs

Nestora Salgado: A Triumph of Cross-Border Organizing for Justice in Mexico

Why Ayotzinapa Still Matters 

Mexico-US: A Sister’s Pain and Demand for Justice Knows No Borders

CIP Americas Program 

Meet the Women Organizing for Mexico’s Disappeared from Los Angeles

Pope’s Border Visit Leaves Victims’ Groups Divided on its Impact

The Mothers of Mexico’s Disappeared Organize in the Face of State Violence

October 2 Tlatelolco March: A Legacy of Resistance and Remembrance

From #YoSoy132 to Ayotzinapa: The Criminalization of Youth Under Enrique Peña Nieto

SOAW Delegation Calls for Suspension of Plan Merida

The Other Ayotzinapa: Organizing Against Feminicide in Mexico

Students March for Ayotzinapa and for Their Future

Led by Latinos, US Cities Organize to End Plan Mexico and Support Ayotzinapa

“The L.A.-Ayotzinapa Connection” 

pLAwriting in the city 

Performing Ayotzinapa in Los Angeles: Evaluating our Proximity to Mexico’s Violence and Corruption


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