Death Wanders Through Veracruz – by Ignacio Carvajal (Blog Expediente)

~ This article was originally published by Blog Expediente on April 12, 2016 ~   AMATLÁN, VERACRUZ.- Death breathes through every pore in the black earth of La Pochota. This is the first site to be visited by the First Continue reading

If You Touch One of Us, Thousands Will Organize: The Slogan Women Chanted Against Abuse – by Nayeli Roldán, Filemón Alonso, and Manu Urestes (Animal Político)

~ This article was originally published by Animal Político on April 25, 2016 ~ Irinea Buendía is certain: her daughter, Mariana Lima, was killed by her son-in-law. Over the past five years she has traveled a tortuous path in pursuit Continue reading