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

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