MEXICO SOLIDARITY BULLETIN no. 74
January 26, 2022
‘The Banality of Racism, on the Border’s Both Sides. The Realities of racism in the United States and the so-called color blindness in Mexico, the refusal to recognize the problem in all its dimensions.
Voices: 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, has been helping to lead the Collective
for the Elimination of Racism in Mexico, COPERA, since 2010. In this
interview she continues the discussion on race and mestizaje — racial
mixing — in Mexico.
Reflections: A Toda Madre. Poem by Bill Gallegos, veteran Chicano liberation activist, environmental justice leader, and revolutionary socialist.
Clicks: Recent news reports and commentaries, from progressive and mainstream media, on life and struggles on both sides of the US-Mexico border