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Vivos Se Los Llevaron*

On Sept. 26, 2014, a group of almost 100 student activists from the Ayotzinapa Normal School (a teacher training school) near Tixtla, in the middle of the state of Guerrero, Mexico, headed to Mexico [...] Continue Reading

Summit of the Américas: U.S. Rejection

While the U.S. government seeks to shape the world for its own financial and political benefit, the oppressed and struggling people within the United States and elsewhere know that they have the right [...] Continue Reading

Alicia Jrapko, Rest in Power

Alicia Jrapko, a first-line fighter for a better, more just and equitable world, died on Jan. 11 after a long illness during which she continued to work as much as possible. As leader of the [...] Continue Reading