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2007

Contents for January, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 1
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Contents for February, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 2
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Contents for March, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 3
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Dear Readers,

Every year Mexican Labor News and Analysis dedicates its March issue to women in recognition of International Women's Day celebrated around the world on March 8. Women make up half of Mexico's working people, but many would argue they do more than half the work. As in so many societies, including our own, women often endure more than their share of the common suffering of society. And women also often play a leading role in the social movements as they have in Mexico in the last several months whether joining the rallies and the plantones in Mexico City to support a fair election, marching with the popular movement in Oaxaca, or organizing in the Zapatista autonomous communities... Read more

Contents for April, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 4
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Dear Readers,

April has been a cruel month: two young men, both labor organizers, died this month in Mexico. The circumstances were very different: Santiago Rafael Cruz was murdered in FLOC's union office in Monterey and Alejandro Pérez died prematurely, but of natural causes, in his home in Cd. Juárez. Articles in this month's issue of MLNA describe the two deaths as well as FLOC's urgent action campaign. Information from FLOC and CJM about how to send donations to cover funeral expenses for each of these men is also included.

Both of these committed organizers will be sorely missed. But others will take up where they left off and their work will continue... Read more

Contents for May, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 5
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Contents for June, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 6
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Contents for July, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 7
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CHANGING BALANCE OF FORCES ON THE FAR LEFT

By Dan La Botz

Mexico's far left, the constellation of popular movements, political parties, and guerrilla groups prepared to engage in direct action against the Mexican state has become more visible over the past year, with public attention focusing on both the Popular Assembly of the Peoples of Oaxaca (APPO) and the Peoples Revolutionary Army (EPR) in recent weeks.

The Popular Assembly of the Peoples of Oaxaca (APPO) appeared in 2006 united many working class communities in the City of Oaxaca and surrounding areas: urban workers and vendors, peasants, and indigenous groups, as well as the teachers of Local 22... Read more

Contents for August, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 8
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Contents for September, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 9
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Contents for October 2007

Vol. 12 No. 10
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International Solidarity Sought for Vaqueros Navarra Jeans Workers

International Solidarity with workers at Vaqueros Navarra has been increasing, as has pressure from the brands on the company. Over the past month, various organizations have generated emails through alerts, the UE collected signatures on petitions at its national convention, Verite issued a critical report, and three of the brands sent letters to Vaqueros Navarra. It appears that this pressure, combined with demonstrations by the workers has finally caused the company to stop discharging workers and pressuring them to resign, but harassment continues... Read more

Contents for Alert Nov., 2007

Vol. 0 No. 0
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Contents for November, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 11
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Contents for December, 2007

Vol. 12 No. 12
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"The relationship that we've had with international organizations
-- thanks to ties with UE   --  is hugely important.

"After each international meeting, we feel more and more encouraged by the knowledge that we're backed by outside organizations as strong as the UE."

-- Arturo Silva Doray
General secretary of municipal workers union in Juarez, Mexico
& of Federation of Municipal Workers for Chihuahua, Mexico

 


 

For more Information

For information about submission of articles and all queries contact editor Dan La Botz at the following e-mail address: danlabotz@cs.com or call (513) 861-8722. The mailing address is: Dan La Botz, Mexican Labor News and Analysis, 3503 Middleton Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45220.

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Most MLNA articles may be reprinted by other electronic or print media. If the article includes a byline, republication requires the author's approval. For permission, please contact the author directly. If there is no byline, republication is authorized if the reproduction includes the following paragraph:

"This article was published by Mexican Labor News and Analysis, a monthly collaboration of the Mexico City-based Authentic Labor Front (FAT) and the Pittsburgh-based United Electrical Workers (UE)."

 

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