Mexico

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Local peace network handbook

This handbook is a tool to help community leaders implement urban peace-building programs in contested spaces.

Cementing Mexcian-US Friendship

This is a silent film documenting an AFSC service project in 1939, in which students from 11 colleges helped build a school on a Mexican communal farm.

Former First Lady of Mexico Calls for Immigration Reform in Des Moines Talk

By Sandra Sanchez
AFSC Iowa Immigrants Voice Program Director

National and Hemispheric Impact of Mexico’s Drug War

Thursday, February 9, 2012 - 7:00pm

Separating Smoke from Fire: National and Hemispheric Impact of Mexico’s Drug War

Norma para importación de autos a México

This document in Spanish is about a new but little known norm for imported vehicles into Mexico.

kiado cruz

Kiado Cruz

Kiado Cruz, of the Autonomous Network for Food Sovereignty, Oaxaca, Mexico

Mexican Mine and Metal Workers

This article exploring the connection between unionism in Mexico and the U.S. was written by Leslie Cunningham, a volunteer with the Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera program of AFSC in Austin. The piece was used as a reading for ATCF delegates who just went to the border on our May delegation.

Trade and Worker Rights

The Race to the Bottom

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