Ayotzinapa

Neither pardon nor forgiveness

“In the midst of the polarization and loneliness lived in a country like Mexico, we…

Oaxacan singer set for SF Symphony debut at Día de los Muertos concert

During Día de los Muertos celebrations throughout Mexico, people flock to cemeteries to gift their…

Los 43: One year later

A year after the disappearance of the 43 students of Ayotzinapa’s Raúl Isidro Burgos teachers college, San Francisco activists marched through the streets of the Mission District to remember and to demand justice for the casualties of criminal violence in Mexico.

Killing with impunity: we’ve had enough

The 43 slain university students of Ayotzinapa died because on Sept. 26 they commandeered several public buses and blocked a highway (a common form or political protest in Mexico), and by doing so interfered with the wife of the mayor of Iguala, one of the most violent and corrupt cities in Guerrero, one of Mexico’s most violent and corrupt states.