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Reports from Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Cuba

October 5, 2017 | We know many have been asking about friends impacted by the earthquakes in Mexico and hurricanes hitting Puerto Rico, Cuba, and other islands in the Caribbean -- wondering how people are doing and what can be done to help. Here is a collection of updates we've received so far from our partners who are on the ground working to help neighbors and rebuild communities in areas devastated by these natural disasters. Several have action items included as well. Read more »

An Interview with Ricardo Mayol

October 3, 2017 | "How can we be companions for those who are suffering and struggling? How can we mobilize our voices together in each country? This is a prophetic voice. How can we influence and challenge the structure?" Read more »

Help support the ongoing relief efforts of our friends in Mexico and Puerto Rico!

October 2, 2017 | We know that you, like us, have been deeply saddened by the natural disasters that have recently swept up so many of our sisters and brothers in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, Mexico and the south of the USA. We have been in touch with partners and friends in Puerto Rico and Mexico who are in the midst of the most affected areas by the recent hurricanes and earthquakes. Though everyone we've contacted is fine physically, they are also emotionally overwhelmed and deeply involved in recovery efforts. Read more »

A Report from Mexico

A Report from Mexico

September 29, 2017 | We are in the midst of collecting accurate and up-to-date information about relief efforts (short-term and long-term) among our partners in Mexico and Puerto Rico. This report from Ximena Ulloa Montemayor offers some on-the-ground perspective on recovery efforts in Mexico. Read more »

My Summer in Mexico

My Summer in Mexico

September 26, 2017 | My summer began in San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas, the southeastern-most state of Mexico. The intention of my trip was to learn more about the women of the Zapatista movement and how this movement has changed over the last twenty years. Although the actual research that I had planned did not go quite as smoothly as I had hoped, I learned more than I possibly could have imagined just by being exposed to the many cultures, languages, and incredible people that exist in Chiapas. Read more »

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