Ñaní Pinto

Mexico’s military knew Ayotzinapa 43 were kidnapped, then covered it up

The parents of the disappeared students called for investigations into both the Mexican military and former president Peña Nieto

Government of Oaxaca Prepares Repression Against Indigenous Zapotecos

Indigenous Zapateco communities belonging to San Pablo Cuatro Venados, Oaxaca, denounce ongoing threats and harassment seeking to dispossess them of their territories in pursuit of mining interests

Zapatista delegation to meet with women, trans, inter and non-binary people at The ZAD in France

“We want to support the Zapatista Tour from a feminist, decolonial and intersectional perspective and are open to other expressions of struggle...

US Border Patrol Causes Migrant Deaths through Policy Enforcement

translated by David Milan Two US organizations, No More Deaths and La Coalición de Derechos Humanos (The Human Rights Coalition), report that the policies and tactics implemented by United States Border Patrol on the border...


Sembrando Vida: Counterinsurgency, Neoliberalism, and Clientelism

The most damaging effect of the program is the destruction of the community fabric and of the organizing structures of decision-making

In Honduras, Chortí Maya cemetery is swallowed up by Aura Minerals

"they wrecked the cemetery, dug up graves, all to make it look like they’d exhumed all the bodies"

La Encrucijada’s Dilemma: The Greenwashing of Oil Palm

Oil palm cultivation expands into protected areas in Chiapas with 17,300 acres that the government and companies intend to legalize