Mexican Human Rights Update: In Other News, Veracruz – by Patrick Timmons

EL PASO, Texas: The current news cycle of the world’s media has been focused on Donald Trump since before he won the U.S. Presidency on November 8, 2016. So, North Americans may be forgiven for reading little else but the Continue reading

Génesis Urrutia, or How Being Young in Veracruz is a Death Sentence – by Violeta Santiago (VICE)

A protest over Genesis's disappearance

~ This story was originally published by VICE on October 10, 2016 ~ Génesis Urrutia was 22. Her friends and classmates described her as an outgoing, happy person, who dreamed of finishing her degree in Communication at the University of Continue reading

The 19th Reporter Murdered in Veracruz: A Portrait of Pedro Tamayo Rosas – by Ignacio Carvajal (BlogExpediente)

~ This story was originally published by BlogExpediente on July 21, 2016 ~ -What’s up, they killed Milo Vela (Miguel Ángel López Velasco) and his family? -Yeah, Pedro, in their house, in the north of the city. -…. -The authorities Continue reading

Journalist Manuel Torres Buried in Poza Rica, Veracruz; Suggestions he covered organized crime are rejected – by Eirinet Gómez (La Jornada)

~ This article was first published by La Jornada on May 16, 2016 ~  The hypertext links have been added to the original story to aid the understanding of a global English-speaking readership about the murder of a local journalist Continue reading