The protests in the zocalo - Learning about Indigenous Culture in Oaxaca, Mexico - 2015. Photo by Cordelia Persen on Flickr.
02 Jul 2016

Despite Silence Around Mexico’s Brutal Crackdown, Solidarity With Teachers Grows

Shadowproof spoke to laborer and activist Tony Rodriguez, who has been documenting these protests on social media, about Oaxaca’s history of rebellion.

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Still from TeleSur broadcast of clash between Mexico police and striking Oxaca teachers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PYsQtz7jMM
28 Jun 2016

Delete Your Account – Episode 5: Dying For Education

On this episode, Roqayah and Kumars talk to Andalusia Knoll, a freelance multimedia journalist based in Mexico City.

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20 Nov 2015

Mexican Immigration Reverses: Do We Still Need A Wall?

A report from the Pew Research Center released Thursday claims that more Mexicans are leaving the US than entering it.

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06 Nov 2015

Mexican Supreme Court Rules Prohibition Of Cannabis Unconstitutional

The Mexican Supreme Court ruled that cannabis prohibition “violates the right to free development of one’s personality.”

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20 Oct 2015

Ayotzinapa: Still Searching For Mexico’s Missing 43

Independent journalist Andalusia: Families of Mexico’s missing 43 students from a teaching college in Ayotzinapa are fearless, & still searching for answers.

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11 Sep 2015

Journalists Are Under Attack In Mexico (VIDEO)

Mexico is one of the world’s most dangerous countries for journalists, and the southern state of Veracruz is notorious. The killing of photojournalist Ruben Espinosa highlights a crisis for Press Freedom in Mexico.

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