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BY staff | Mexico | 6/18/19
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following June 10 statement from the Communist Party of Mexico.
BY staff | Tuscon, AZ | 4/01/19
On March 30, the Legalization For All Network completed the first day of an immigrant rights delegation to Arizona and the U.S.-México border.
BY William Blake | Tampa, FL | 2/21/19
In the wake of President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to get increased funding to the border wall, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) at the University of South Florida (USF) held a rally to respond to the attacks on immigrants.
BY staff | Mexico City, Mexico | 3/21/18
Fight Back! interviewed leaders of the militant teachers union in Oaxaca, México - the National Coordinator of Education Workers (CNTE) Section 22.
CNTE, FISE
BY staff | Mexico | 1/09/17
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM).
BY Michela Martinazzi | New York, NY | 6/26/16
On June 22, about 150 people rallied and marched in solidarity with the teachers of Oaxaca, Mexico.
BY Mark Burton | Denver, CO | 3/28/16
On March 24, Cindy Paola Pérez, a member of the central committee of the Young Communists of Colombia (popularly know as la Juco) was summarily deported from the Mexico City airport.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 9/30/15
One year later, in an effort to demand justice for the those disappeared, the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and Marquette University chapters of Youth Empowered in the Struggle (Y.E.S) jointly hosted a vigil and march in protest.
BY staff | Tampa, FL | 9/30/15
On Sept. 26, Raices en Tampa hosted a vigil and rally on the anniversary on the kidnapping and disappearance of 43 Mexican students.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 9/26/15
Forty students and community members gathered in front of Coffman Student Union at the University of Minnesota, Sept. 25, to mark one year since 43 Mexican student activists from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers College in Guerrero, México were forcibly disappeared at the hands of the Mexican government.
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