Mexico’s Left Takes to the Street, Celebrates Achievements / by W. T. Whitney Jr

Supporters of Mexican President Andrés Mexican President Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador stand on a statue’s platform as they cheer him during a march in support of his administration, in Mexico City, Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022. | Fernando Llano/AP “Sometimes there are revolutions but people keep on thinking the same way. But now we are seeingContinue reading “Mexico’s Left Takes to the Street, Celebrates Achievements / by W. T. Whitney Jr”

The Plum / by Ilka Oliva Corado

Chronicle of an indigenous undocumented immigrant in the United States. Guillermina leaves the grocery bags on the table and hurriedly takes out a plum, washes it and takes a bite. The juice drips from the corner of her lips. She closes her eyes and savors its sweetness slowly. She is grateful for the hands thatContinue reading “The Plum / by Ilka Oliva Corado”

Mexico leads in opposing the Cuba blockade and U.S. imperialism / by William T. Whitney Jr.

Cuban President Miguel Diaz Canel, right, and his Mexican counterpart Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, left, raise their arms during a ceremony to award the Jose Marti Order to Lopez Obrador, at Revolution Palace in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, May 8, 2022. El presidente cubano Miguel Díaz Canel, a la derecha, y su homólogo mexicano, Andrés ManuelContinue reading “Mexico leads in opposing the Cuba blockade and U.S. imperialism / by William T. Whitney Jr.”