This is a repeat of the second hour of a community forum aired from San Francisco to discuss testimonials of violence and impunity in Mexico, and the share of responsibility of the US for Mexico drug bloodshed. Mexican poet Homero Aridjis and a group of Latino intellectuals dialogue with local community leaders and Mexican migrants […]
(Español) Propongo: Que como medida, como materia educativa y escolar, se establezca el tema de los derechos humanos y la corrupción, como una práctica mala en esta sociedad. Además solicitamos que se haga una protesta enérgica a los organismos internacionales como la UNO y la OEA…
Community leaders and concerned citizens from Northern California dialogue with respected Mexican and Latino intellectuals on Mexico’s ravaging narco-violence, and the role of Mexican security forces in reports of widespread murders and forced disappearances. This is a repeat of the first hour of the community forum held in San Francisco the night before. Guests: TBA […]
Radio Bilingüe is convening and broadcasting live a public forum on the scourge of violence, corruption and impunity in Mexico that has led to the worst human rights crisis in decades, according to watchdogs. Featured guests include renowned Mexican poet and author Homero Aridjis and a group of respected U.S. based Latino intellectuals and artists […]
Radio Bilingüe is hosting a public dialogue on a crisis few in U.S. major media talk about: gross human rights violations in Mexico. A group of artists and scientists meet in San Francisco to engage the local community in this conversation. On a related note, an activist Catholic priest from the embatled state of Michoacan […]
(Español) México está en las garras de una onda espiral de la violencia, de corrupción e impunidad. Según organismos que monitorean los derechos humanos, la nación enfrenta su peor crisis en este renglón desde 1968, con unas 100 mil personas asesinadas y más de 25 mil desaparecidas desde 2006.
A senator from a center-left party in Mexico says there is no cause to celebrate elections in the state of Guerrero, because all sides have failed: the Attorney General has not presented a credible investigation into the case of the 43 missing students, and the substitute governor has not attended the demands of protesters, and […]
They also say her treatment is an example of how the Mexican government keeps indigenous communities marginalized. Our correspondent Marco Vinicio González covered a ceremony/protest outside the jail in Tijuana, where Meza has been kept for almost a month.
(Español) Homero Aridjis y Los MacArturos Foro público sobre la violencia y crisis de derechos humanos en México
(Español) México está atrapado por una espiral de violencia, corrupción e impunidad. De acuerdo con observadores de los derechos humanos, México se enfrenta a la peor crisis de derechos humanos desde 1968.
Renowned Mexican poet and author Homero Aridjis comments on his most recent novel, Ciudad de Zombis, which pictures Mexico’s current reality of violence, corruption, impunity, and indifference. A leading champion for the environment and social justice in Latin America, Aridjis is coming to California to speak about the challenges that the power of organized crime […]