“My daughter was swallowed by tragedy before she finished school”: Mother of Femicide Victim in Sinaloa – by Revolución TRESPUNTOCERO

~ This article was originally published by Revolución TRESPUNTOCERO on March 31, 2016 ~ Celia’s mother has gone “several” months since she last saw her daughter. “She is dead, like many other women in this community, in this state, and Continue reading

Mexico State: An Ambiguous and Extravagant Gender Alert – by Alejandro Melgoza Rocha

Women form the slogan "No more femicides" on the hill in Tepeolulco, Mexico State.

~This report was originally published by Proceso on January 5, 2016 ~ Ecatepec, Mexico State – Almost every day Alejandrina Figueroa’s vocal chords ripped themselves apart, as though she was singing a ballad of death. The notes stuck in the Continue reading

Cancún’s Murdered Women: Femicides in Quintana Roo – by Michael Lettieri, TBI Staff

Best known for its world-famous tourist destinations of Cancún and Tulum, the state of Quintana Roo also deserves attention for its unaddressed human rights problems. With one year remaining in the term of Governor Roberto Borge Angulo, it is clear Continue reading