Mexico

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Dia de los Muertos.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 PROGRAM # 7917 12:00 PM PT Dia de los Muertos. Mexican communities around the Northern Hemisphere gather to celebrate the Day of the Dead. Master artists from the Mexican state of Oaxaca visit California’s Central Valley bringing with them the music, dances, flower offerings, and humorous poetry that are at the center […]

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Immigration Edition.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 PROGRAM # 7916 12:00 PM PST. Immigration Edition. Thousands of desperate Haitian refugees continue arriving to the Mexico-US border, finding uncertainty and scarce emergency help as Mexican migrants are also in need for shelter. Also, many Dreamers are losing their jobs after their DACA permits expired. What to do if your DACA […]

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Mexico’s Human Rights Champions Speak Out.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 31 PROGRAM # 7915 12:00 PM PST. Mexico’s Human Rights Champions Speak Out. Rev. Alejandro Solalinde shares stories of hope and perseverance gathered from his experience as a priest in the highlands of Oaxaca, and bi-national activist Nestora Salgado talks about her case, as an anti-cartel, anti-corruption community police leader turned political prisoner […]

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Cheran Celebrates Autonomy.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 PROGRAM # 7913 12:00 PM PT Cheran Celebrates Autonomy. After years of suffering violence and massive theft of natural resources by drug cartels, the Purépecha community of Cheran rebelled and kicked out organized crime and corrupt authorities. Five years later, this timber-rich village in Western Mexico is ruled by a community government […]

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Mexico Edition.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 PROGRAM # 7908 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. Given that the Mexican government has refuse to return their money to the former braceros, whose claim has been discussed in court for 18 years, it will be up to the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice to rule on this demand. These funds were […]

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Rev. Alejandro Solalinde. Also, Nestora Salgado.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 17 PROGRAM # 7904 12:00 PM PST. Rev. Alejandro Solalinde. Fr. Alejandro Solalinde, a renowned Mexican activist priest, visits Fresno to draw attention to the plight of Central American migrants who flee gang violence in their home countries. When crossing through Mexico, migrants face kidnap and murder by organized crime and police abuse, […]

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Mexico Edition.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14 PROGRAM # 7903 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. Given the inaction of the state government, non-governmental organizations and the Catholic church have been the ones opening their premises to provide food and shelter to thousands of African and Caribbean migrants who are still coming massively to Tijuana in order to ask for […]

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Mexico Edition.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 PROGRAM # 7898 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. A report from México City’s main plaza, about the commemoration of the students’ massacre of October 2, 1968. The protesters in the Zocalo add new grievances to the long list: the so-called dirty war of the 70s and its disappeared; the slaughter of peasants […]

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Marchando por la Tercera  Avenida del Midtown en Manhattan. Foto: MVG

New Yorkers March for Disappeared Students

This week marks two years since 43 teacher’s college students in Mexico disappeared after being attacked by police. To mark the occasion, in Mexico and in several cities in the United States, protests were organized to demand an in-depth investigation and punishment for those responsible.

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Posted in Homepage Feature, Mexico |
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Mexico Edition.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 PROGRAM # 7892 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. Two years after the disappearance of Ayotzinapa’s 43 students, there still isn’t scientific evidence that the 43 students were burned in the dump of Cocula. On top of that, the international experts documented the participation of police forces at all levels in the student’s […]

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