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#Matamoros: More than 45,000 workers go on strike on #Mexico’s northern border, shaking up the U.S. auto industry

Mexico: An unprecedented workers’ strike in Matamoros, Tamaulipas has generated million-dollar losses in the North American manufacturing sector. Business owners report losses of almost 100 million dollars per week after the start of the work stoppage on January 12.

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Statement from the Biblioteca Social Reconstruir, an Anarchist Library in #Mexico City

An invitation is circulating regarding a forum on independent cultural spaces organized by a local governmental representative, in which the Biblioteca Social Reconstruir is included as one of the venues.

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#Mexico: Trans women, Pamela Sandoval Ramirez murdered in her beauty salon

Mexico has the second most transgender murders in the world behind Brazil. Over 200 transgender people have been killed in the last 3 years, mainly women. This is the first trans murder this year.

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#Oaxaca, #Mexico: For the Freedom of Miguel #Peralta

Below we publish three statements in relation to the case of anarchist political prisoner Miguel Peralta Betanzos: one from his friends and family, one from Miguel himself, and one from his lawyers.

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#Chiapas, #Mexico: Indigenous Prisoner in Struggle, Adrián Gómez Jiménez, Demands his Freedom After 15 years in Prison Without a Sentence

This letter comes from Indigenous Tzotzil prisoner in struggle, Adrián Gómez Jiménez, who has been held for 15 years without sentence. In the letter he speaks out against the violation of his rights and the explicit marginalization of Indigenous people in the Mexican legal system. The letter was edited with a heavy hand for clarity, as Spanish is not Adrián’s primary language.

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Two #Mexico’s, two universal alternatives: #Tlahuelilpan vs #Matamoros

Two pieces of news from Mexico currently appear in the press around the world: a new historical record in the number of homicides and the explosion of a Pemex pipeline in Tlahuelilpan, which has left almost a hundred corpses already. Everything in Mexico leads us to despair. But there is something important going on that the international media is not broadcasting.

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Call for Artwork For the Freedom of Anarchist Political Prisoner Miguel Peralta

We invite you all to join in the call for the freedom of our anarchist compañero Miguel Peralta—one of seven Indigenous Mazateco prisoners of the community assembly of Eloxochitlán de Flores Magón, Oaxaca.

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#Mexico City: Letter from Anarchist Political Prisoner Luis Fernando Sotelo

This letter comes from anarchist political prisoner, Luis Fernando Sotelo, and addresses the negation of his most recent legal appeal.

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#Mexico City: Update on the Case of Anarchist Political Prisoner Luis Fernando Sotelo

Mexican territory: Statement by the Campaign for the Freedom of Luis Fernando Sotelo.

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Statement Demanding Freedom for Indigenous Yaqui Land Defender Fidencio Aldama Pérez

This communiqué comes from the National and International Campaign for the Freedom of the Political Prisoners of Tlanixco and the Yaqui Tribe. The communiqué gives context to the case of Yaqui political prisoner, Fidencio Aldama Pérez, and the ongoing struggle of the community of Loma de Bácum against a gas pipeline from being built in their territory.

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