Briefs
  • Working Class Poverty: A Historical Turn

    Working Class Poverty: A Historical Turn

    Working poverty is an outrageous hardship, since it cannot be attributed to the lack of will of individuals to get ahead, but rather to the pettiness of employers or failed business models that do not allow jobs to be created in conditions of respect for human rights.

  • REAL NEWS NETWORK w/ MSM’s José Luis Granados Ceja

    REAL NEWS NETWORK w/ MSM’s José Luis Granados Ceja

    José Luis Granados Ceja debates Tamara Pearson on the meaning of AMLO, Claudia Sheinbaum and the 4th Transformation.

  • The Challenges of Mexico’s Labor Reform

    The Challenges of Mexico’s Labor Reform

    While the capitalists want to enforce borders that workers can’t cross, we are showing that yes, we can! Through communication, cooperation, and organization, working-class power can jump over borders.

  • Weekly News Items June 9

    Weekly News Items June 9

    AMLO’s legacy, Claudia’s path forward, Supreme Court reforms, the death of the PRD, John Deere plants moving to Mexico, and the unceasing dubious punditry in Mexico and abroad.

  • SOBERANÍA 15 – Historic VICTORY for the Mexican Left

    SOBERANÍA 15 – Historic VICTORY for the Mexican Left

    Elected on a left-wing program promising to deepen the political transformation started by outgoing President AMLO, Claudia Sheinbaum’s victory has provoked the ire of Mexico’s right-wing elites and intellectuals.

  • DSA & 4TV Mexico Forum

    DSA & 4TV Mexico Forum

    A discussion with visiting members of the Democratic Socialists of America on Morena, anti-imperialism and common areas of struggle.

  • Mexico Solidarity Media on The Katie Halper Show

    Mexico Solidarity Media on The Katie Halper Show

    Mexico Solidarity Media editor José Luis Granados Ceja joined Mexican journalist Miguel Angel Angeles and Katie Halper to talk about Mexico’s historic election of Claudia Sheinbaum, the first woman and the first Jewish person elected president in North America.

  • Mexico’s Political Rebellion

    Mexico’s Political Rebellion

    Ben Norton of the Geopolitical Economy Report is joined by Mexico Solidarity Media editor José Luis Granados Ceja to discuss what their Fourth Transformation means for the US, China, Russia, Latin America, and the global economy.

  • The Magnitude of a Historic Election

    The Magnitude of a Historic Election

    The partisan representations of that neoliberal and oligarchic right, its intellectuals and commentators and its civil organizations are today experiencing a profound and irreparable defeat.

  • MEXICO ELECTION NEWS DIGEST

    MEXICO ELECTION NEWS DIGEST

    English & Spanish language stories on the largest election in Mexico’s history which produced Mexico’s first female President and landslide results across the map for the left party of Morena and its coalition partners.

  • Don’t Defend Us, Comadre 

    Don’t Defend Us, Comadre 

    Residents of Chihuahua don’t need any help dealing with water issues from a representative of aquatic criminals like Xóchitl Gálvez, writes Victor M. Quintana S.

  • Working Class Clara Brugada to Head Mexico City

    Working Class Clara Brugada to Head Mexico City

    Feminists have applauded the Utopias for years because Brugada’s was the only vision to become a reality that embraced the significance of creating care facilities for the long-awaited national care system

  • Getting to “Yes” to Migrants

    Getting to “Yes” to Migrants

    Can we find it in our hearts to act in solidarity with people on the move today? Can we revive the tradition of welcoming new neighbors? Author John Washington, in our interview, believes that we can. And that we must, in order to preserve our own humanity.

  • SOBERANÍA 14 – Who Really is Polarizing the Electorate?

    SOBERANÍA 14 – Who Really is Polarizing the Electorate?

    Evaluating the opposition’s failed strategy in this presidential campaign that never came close to threatening Morena’s massive lead. With mere days to go, Claudia Sheinbaum looks set to secure a landslide victory.

  • Weekly News Items May 25

    Weekly News Items May 25

    Mexico City leftist candidate Clara Brugada, corruption in food processing, Sheinbaum proposes water reforms, deaths at Movimiento Ciudadano rally stage collapse, potential Telmex strike, ICJ on Mexico-Ecuador, Chinese investment, the right wing opposition marches.

  • SOBERANÍA 13 –  Mexico’s Chief Justice Throws HAIL MARY to Save Floundering Opposition

    SOBERANÍA 13 –  Mexico’s Chief Justice Throws HAIL MARY to Save Floundering Opposition

    Mexican Supreme Court President Norma Piña outrageous politicial interference, Xóchitl Gálvez’ poor performance in the third and final presidential debate, the underwhelming “Marea Rosa” rally, and Denise Dresser, rehashed and uncompelling.

  • Weekly News Items May 18

    Weekly News Items May 18

    US fentanyl crisis, Sheinbaum campaign, the dark history of AFL-CIO and CIA collusion against Mexican labor, US warns against Chinese EV production in Mexico, UNAM’s Palestine encampment, Supreme Court corruption, migration, and mining.

  • More Than Food: US Threaten’s Mexico’s Corn

    More Than Food: US Threaten’s Mexico’s Corn

    In response to AMLO’s ban, the US filed a suit to force Mexico to accept US GMO corn. Will Mexico, like China with the Opium War, be forced to import a product they judge unsafe for their people and harmful to their native agriculture?

  • SOBERANÍA 12 – Dirtying Elections Abroad

    SOBERANÍA 12 – Dirtying Elections Abroad

    The DEA, with the help of ProPublica, again interferes in Mexico’s election, grassroots efforts by university students to hold a mock election, catching up with Enrique Krauze and his horrible piece in the Financial Times.

  • Weekly News Items May 13

    Weekly News Items May 13

    UNAM Palestine encampment, maternity and labor, Ecuador vs Mexico diplomatic conflict, Cooperative Pascual, Trump and the “cartels,” economic development, mining workers rights.


  • Leftist Claudia Sheinbaum Wins Landslide Victory in Mexico Presidential Election

    Mexico’s first woman president faces an uneasy road after opponents falsely accuse Morena party of authoritarianism.


  • Sembrando Vida: Seeding Life

    Mayan Values are reflected in the government program to support reforestation and repair ecosystems after years of damage from agribusiness and tourism.


  • Judge Ociel Baena: Hero/Heroine

    In November 2023, Jesús Ociel Baena-Saucedo, Mexico’s first openly nonbinary magistrate, was killed. An interview with the poet Edwing “Canuto” Roldán.


  • 50 Years of the War on Drugs

    For 50 years, the US framed the drug crisis as a national security issue rather than as a public health issue, thus the rationale for a disastrous military strategy, explains Patricia Escamilla-Hamm.


  • Tren Maya: Facts vs Emotional Hype

    The whole 1554 km Tren Maya route crosses 330,540 sq. km of rain forest yet destroys less than 35 sq. km of these rain forests


  • Solidarity Crosses Borders – and Oceans

    An interview with author and solidarity worker Dr. Francisco Dominguez on building solidarity with Mexico in the UK.


  • Mexico’s Opposition Strategy for the Coming Elections

    Analysis of the dangers and prospects surrounding one of Mexico’s most importat elections from the México Solidarity Project and Mexico Solidarity Forum.


  • A Strategic Cross-Border Labor Alliance

    A relationship between a U.S. and a Mexican union, forged in the face of NAFTA, has borne fruit over decades of struggle. Two leaders reflect on the importance of international solidarity.


  • Zapatismo: The Next Act

    Leonardo Toledo, a scholar from Chiapas explains how cartel conflict and a glut of weapons are creating a perfect storm in Chiapas, Mexico’s southernmost state and birthplace of the Zapatistas.


  • SNTE, 80 Years of Corruption & Corporatism

    Avila Camacho’s government created it to control teachers, who were heavily influenced by the Communist Party, highlights expert.

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