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Demand Justice : Bring Daniel Home! One Year Since Youth Deportation

Click here to download audio. In October of 2014, the 17 year old undocumented minor “Daniel” was deported from Canada, after the authorities detained him while visiting his friends at school. Kept in isolation from his family, Daniel was then sent back to Mexico to fend for himself within just over one week. One year […]

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Expulsion et expropriation par la police mexicaine : les Mexicain(e)s Uni(e)s pour la Régularisation dénoncent la complicité du Gouvernement Canadien

(Credit Photo : Solidarity Accross Borders Website) Click to Download Here Le 4 septembre dernier, la police fédérale de l’Etat de Mesxico a expulsé violemment une famille de sa propriété en vue d’une expropriation menée par une entreprise privée. Marisol Mendez Trujillo dénonce le non-respect du préavis obligatoire de 20 jours et de la violence […]

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Mexican Horror Story: Legislative Elections and the Future of the Crisis-stricken Mexican State

[audio https://ia801503.us.archive.org/27/items/MexicanElectionsInterviewsFinalCut2/Mexican%20elections%20interviews%20(Final%20cut)%202.mp3] Click here to download. Mexico is in the midst of an internationally-ignored humanitarian crisis, with more than 24, 000 cases of state-perpetrated disappearances and kidnappings since 2006, and a most recent case of 43 missing students from the College of Ayotzinapa in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico. Adding to these numbers, the lead-up to the Mexican […]

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Migrant Justice Activists Rally to Bring Home Deported Mexican Teen

[audio https://ia601505.us.archive.org/5/items/SABRallyJune16/SAB%20Rally%20June%2016.mp3] Click here to download this report (Right click, then “save link as”) On his 17th birthday last October, Daniel was separated from his family and deported alone to Mexico by the CBSA. Over the past 8 months, Solidarity Across Borders has been leading the effort to return Daniel to his family and community in Montreal. The campaign […]

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Interview with caravan members from Ayotzinapa, Mexico

  [audio https://ia801507.us.archive.org/5/items/SimoneAyotzinapaCaravanFINAL/Simone%20Ayotzinapa%20Caravan%20FINAL.mp3] Click here to download audio  Interview in Spanish:  [audio https://ia801509.us.archive.org/9/items/AyotzinapaEntrevistaMontrealFINAL/Ayotzinapa%20Entrevista%20Montreal%20FINAL%20.mp3] Click here to download audio  On September 26th 2014, police forces in the State of Guerrero, Mexico, attacked a busload of students from a rural teacher training school in Ayotzinapa. This attack resulted in the death of six people, and the forced disappearance of […]

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Migrant Justice Organizations Petiiong Canadian Governmetn to Remove Mexico Safe Country List

CKUT’s Sula Greene spoke with Karla Lottini from No One Is Illegal Vancouver about a new petition on change.org demanding that the Canadian government remove Mexico from its list of delegated safe countries. They spoke about Canada’s economic and political interests in maintaining good relations with its NAFTA partner and the human rights crisis that […]

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Dawn Paley on “Drug War Capitalism” and Current Struggles in Mexico

[audio http://mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/dawn_paley_shorter.mp3] Click here to download audio Independent journalist and author Dawn Paley is currently on a book launch tour across North America for her latest work, “Drug War Capitalism”, just released on AK Press. In this interview with CKUT’s Aaron Lakoff, she discusses some of the main points of her book, as well as ongoing protests […]

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Radio Doc: Mexico to Montreal – Justice for the 43

[audio https://archive.org/download/AyotzinapaPodcastFinalCutMixdown/Ayotzinapa%20podcast%20%28Final%20Cut%29_mixdown.mp3] Click here to download audio file We look at the ongoing protests in Mexico and solidarity actions here in Montreal, focusing our discussion on the idea of justice. What would justice mean for the missing students of Ayotzinapa, and for all those affected by the violence of the drug war? Emma Noradounkian and Molly […]

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Montreal reacts to 43 Mexico missing

[audio http://www.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/leila_mexico_final.mp3] Click here to download audio Last Wednesday a dozen people showed up to demonstrate outside of the Mexican Consulate in downtown Montreal. The protest came after activists interrupted the Consulate’s Altar of the dead event on Saturday November 1. Wednesday’s demonstration was less pronouned in attendance but just as pronounced in the hearts of […]

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Solidarity Across Borders raises money for Ivonne Hernandez

  [audio https://ia902503.us.archive.org/19/items/JusticePourIvonneEdit/justice%20pour%20ivonne%20edit.mp3] Click here to download audio On Saturday May 10, 2014, Solidarity Across Borders organized a brunch to raise money for Ivonne Hernandez, a Mexican immigrant fighting to stay in Canada with her one year-old son. Just like Ivonne, more than half a million people in Canada live without papers today. The fundraiser attracted […]

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Lucia’s case and the Rights of Migrants

On December 20th 2013, Lucia Vega Jimenez killed herself under the detention of the Canadian Border Services Agency in Vancouver BC. Her death, which was kept a secret for over a month, has sparked many questions and political action in the migrant justice community. No One Is Illegal put together a petition with over 7,000 […]