Hundreds of Thousands Demonstrate Across Argentina Against Femicides
#NiUnaMenos was a massive demonstration, one of the largest in the few last years. Thousands of people marched in 80 cities across Argentina. Workers, students, and youth joined to demand ¡Ni una menos! (Not one more murdered woman). Uruguay, Chile, and Mexico joined the protests.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaJune 4, 2015
Clashes between students and federal police in Tixtla, Guerrero
In the midst of the National Coordinating Committee of Education Workers’ (Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación, CNTE) call for a national strike, students from the Federation of Socialist Agricultural Students of Mexico (Federación de Estudiantes Campesinos y Socialistas de México, FECSUM) blocked the highway in Tixtla, Guerrero.
La Izquierda Diario MexicoJune 4, 2015
CHIAPAS: Teachers’ movement burns down the offices of the National Electoral Institute (INE)
The 7th section of the National Teachers Union (SNTE), which is part of the National Coordinator of Teachers (CNTE), took over two of the main National Electoral Institute (INE) offices in the State of Chiapas and have since burned them down. This action is part of the protests against the elections that the teachers' movement is organizing nationwide.
Sergio MoissenJune 4, 2015
Argentina: National demonstration against femicides
The growing violence against women sparked a national movement against femicides and gender violence. As a part of this movement, it is expected that thousands of people will take part in demonstrations today in Buenos Aires and in more than 70 cities across Argentina.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaJune 3, 2015
Oaxaca and Guerrero: Teachers Burn Thousands of Election Ballots
According to National Electoral Institute (INE), 16 thousand election ballots were burned in Oaxaca, and 87 thousand in Guerrero. They also reported the burning of electoral offices in Jalapa and Puebla.
Sergio MoissenJune 2, 2015
Student teachers (Normalistas) take over radio stations in Guerrero, Mexico.
The regularly scheduled programs in the Capital Mázima and ABC Radio were interrupted momentarily by students from the rural teaching school in Ayotzinapa and from Guerrero United Front Teaching School along with the students’ parents.
Sandra RomeroJune 1, 2015
They are repressing the Twelfth Global Day for Ayotzinapa
On May 26, big mobilizations were carried out in the Distrito Federal and several other cities of the interior, like Morelos, Cuernavaca, Acapulco, San Cristobal de las Casas, bringing together thousands of people in the framework of the twelfth Global Day of protest for Ayotzinapa.
La Izquierda Diario MexicoJune 1, 2015
Mexico: elections, class struggle and the construction of a socialist organization
Beginning with the position expressed by the parents of the 43 student teachers, of repudiating the June 7 elections, it has been much discussed what the appropriate tactic is so that the discontent expressed in the streets will burst into the electoral setting. Now we are attempting to go beyond the tactical debate to what is strategic.
Jimena VergaraMay 21, 2015