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Mexico marijuana fair pushes for drug to be made legal

Growing and selling marijuana is illegal in Mexico, but that has not stopped ‘Expoweed’.

Mexico Launches Anti-Sexting Campaign

The Mexican government has teamed up with several children’s rights organizations to launch a nationwide campaign against “sexting”.

Gender Alert in Morelos

It has been one year since authorities in the central Mexican state of Morelos adopted anti-gender violence measures.

Mexicans Use Social Media To Shame Privileged Youth

Mexicans are once again using the power of social media to shame the elite class who hide behind privilege to behave poorly toward officers.

Medical bills leave local family stranded in Mexico

A dream vacation to Cancun, Mexico has become a nightmare for a local family.

Women Protest Against Violence in Mexico

After an increasing rate of femicides, activists are protesting their government’s lack of action.

Soccer Match Helps Defuse Tensions Between Mexican Protesters And Government

When words fail, soccer becomes the common language in Mexico.

Barter market in Mexico City allows locals to exchange trash for food

A barter market in Mexico City has come up with an innovative way of fighting pollution problems.

Cactus seeds smuggled from Mexico may cause cactus extinction

Nearly one-third of these desert plants face extinction.

Mexican Folk Art

Mexico has a colorful, rich tradition of paper mache folk art kept alive by artists such as Carlos Arredondo.

Fear at the border mounts as possibility of Trump’s wall looms

Along the California-Mexico border, Latino immigrants worry Donald Trump may actually build his promised wall.

Mexican Navy Seizes Over 200 Barrels Of Cocaine Salsa

This week the Mexican Navy seized 217 barrels of spicy red salsa mixed in with cocaine.

Before the US Border, Migrants Face Harrowing Journey in Mexico

Central Americans travel a dangerous stretch of the migrant trail to escape gang violence at home.

People wounded in deadly clashes with Mexican police are avoiding hospitals

Nine people were killed and dozens more were injured in recent deadly clashes between a teachers’ union and police forces.

After a month of blockades in Mexico, teachers say they’ll keep protesting

Teachers from the radical National Coordinator of Education Workers, or CNTE, are protesting education reforms.