Why Are Mexican Teachers Under Fire for Protesting Education Reform? #Oaxaca

Why Are Mexican Teachers Under Fire for Protesting Education Reform? #Oaxaca

This has been escalating and should be getting more coverage. #Oaxaca https://t.co/PeABrzmukG

— Rosa Linda Medina (@FunkyKoldMedina) June 24, 2016

"Police: remember who taught you to read" Photo: SayakValencia #Oaxaca #OaxacaResiste pic.twitter.com/jwCCxFWqbJ

— Anonymous (@YourAnonGlobal) June 24, 2016

"Teachersshould know that they are not alone, that we know that reason and truth are on their side" https://t.co/ks27ZjHQjU#Oaxaca

— Anonymous (@YourAnonGlobal) June 23, 2016

#ImmigrationReform #Femicides Tweets 7.20

#ImmigrationReform #Femicides Tweets 7.20

Judge: Border Patrol caught human traffickers too far from Mexican border

Two border agents who stopped a Chevrolet Suburban they thought looked suspiciously heavy were well intentioned but overly zealous, a federal judge has ruled.

U.S. District Judge Marina Garcia Marmolejo in Corpus Christi on Thursday granted a defendant’s motion to suppress evidence, stating that the agents in question lacked “reasonable suspicion to believe that criminal activity was afoot.”

Source: www.chron.com

43 civil organizations marching for 43 murdered students

43 for 43: Marchers Demand Justice for Students of Ayotzinapa

43 civil organizations are currently marching 122 miles from Iguala, Guerrero to Mexico City.

Marchers are demanding justice for the 43 disappeared Ayotzinapa students disappeared by the State on September 26 in Iguala.

They arrive on Sunday where thousands are expected to join them in a mega march through the streets of the Mexican capital city.

Stay tuned for updates.

Source: thinkmexican.tumblr.com

Mexicans Shot on Own Soil by Border Patrol Given Hope in Legal Quest for Justice


Over the last four years, a half dozen Mexican families have suffered the loss of one of their family members as a result of Border Patrol shootings. All of the fatalities were of unarmed men, were Mexican and in Mexican territory. The Supreme Court will likely decide the fate of legal efforts to hold the CBP legally accountable for these killings.


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Source: www.telesurtv.net

Mexico Student Massacre a ‘Delicate Moment’ For Enrique Pena Nieto


Protesters hold photographs of missing students outside the building of the office of Mexico’s Attorney General, during a protest supporting the Ayotzinapa Teacher Training College missing students, in Mexico City October 9, 2014.Reuters/Bernardo Montoya


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Source: www.ibtimes.com