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In Mexico, Mining Law Reform is “Half-Baked”

“A deep and committed policy is needed. It is necessary to commit ourselves in a serious and decisive manner. Because humanity and life on this planet are really at risk”

Mexican officials announce bids for Interoceanic Corridor industrial zones

Initial bidding to begin in February; communities call for decentralized actions against the Corridor on February 9

Puente Madera Resists Attempt to Fence Off Common Use Lands for Industrial Park

The sign that government functionaries sought to hang in common use lands of El Pitayal bore the logo of the CIIT and of the company Duxon

Mexico: Indigenous People in Oaxaca Sue Federal Government and 18 Authorities

"We're well organized; we're in resistance. We keep an eye on our authorities to make sure there are no negotiations with the government,

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Despite Organized Crime Violence, Indigenous Nahuas Celebrate Fifteen Years of Building Community in Xayakalan

For the Indigenous Nahua woman Teresa, a community member of Santa María Ostula, the fifteen-year celebration is a celebration of life.

Indigenous Maya Q’eqchi’ Denounce Eviction Threats of New Communities in El Estor

Guatemala: judicial authorities and agroindustry companies pursue evictions of Indigenous communities around Lake Izabal.

Alert! Santa María Ostula Under Attack Again from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel

Indigenous Nahua community of Santa María Ostula attacked again by the Jalisco New Generation Cartel.