Monthly Archives: August 2006

Transnational

US-based progressives and labor activists have good reason to watch events in Mexico. It is not simply that things have heated up in recent days with the beating of PRD lawmakers by federal riot police, but more generally because these … Continue reading

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Let’s Compare Notes: Oaxaca Protests

Maybe the heat is making me cranky, but NPR’s All Things Considered got me pretty miffed today with their story on the take over of Oaxaca’s public TV station by militant teachers and their supporters. Normally, I would be excited … Continue reading

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