MEXICO SOLIDARITY BULLETIN no. 73
January 19, 2022
‘Post-Racial’?: The Realities Behind the Rhetoric. Racism and post-racial societies in the United States and Mexico. Similarities and differences.
Voices: Blacks, Mestizos, and Mestizaje: The Complex Backstory.
Interview with Mónica Moreno Figueroa, a Black-mestiza sociologist at the UK’s University of Cambridge and a social sciences fellow at the University’s Downing College. Her research has focused on the intersectionally lived experience of “race” and racism in México and Latin America.
Reflections: ‘The End of Sile
Reflections: A Young Artist, a Fresh Take on Ancient Mexican Tropes.
The work of Oaxacan-born artist Pavel Acevedo, whose work combines historical, ancient Mexican tropes with images and modern stories of young immigrants and city life, bridging the two phases of his life.
Clicks: Recent news reports and commentaries, from progressive and mainstream media, on life and struggles on both sides of the US-Mexico border