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The House of Death: U.S. Law Enforcement Complicity with Murder in Ciudad Juárez

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Issue #67 September 6, 2010 -

The Community Ethnic Development Organization (ODECO): Statement on the Current Events Taking Place in Honduras

Fabiola Rocha: 20 Scholarships Available For The School of Authentic Journalism, This August in Mexico

Dulce Olvera and Joe T. Hodo : Joe T. Hodo: The Migrants' Rights Movement Wants to Stop Me From Privatizing Mexico

Jonny Mendoza: A Struggle In Which You’ll Never Be Alone Again

Ave Jaramillo: The School of Authentic Journalism Showed Me It Is Possible to Build a Different World

Ilse González Palafox: Learn From People Who Achieved the Changes They Fought For

Greg Berger: Reward Yourself and Make a Bilingual School Happen!

Al Giordano: The School of Authentic Journalism Is About the “We” That We Will Next Become

Alex Mensing: A Training Camp For Community Organizers And Journalists

Thais Guisasola: The School Taught Me How To Bring Together My Passion For Filmmaking And For Working With Social Issues

Alejandra Collado: The School of Authentic Journalism is a Vibrant Community That Grows Each Year

Bill Conroy, Professor: Take the First Step With Us and Together We Will Change the World

Karina Hurtado: We Need Authentic Journalists Who Will Tell The Stories And The Strategies Of Resistance

Alex Mensing: The Hunger for Freedom: A Story of Central American Solidarity at a Family Immigration-Detention Center in the US

Memo Bautista: "Joe T.Hodo" Is Part of a Great Tradition of Mexican Satire

Fabiola Rocha: A Few Good Reasons to Help Joe T. Hodo

Toño Hernández Hernández: "El Joe T. Hodo Show": Inspiring Happiness and Hope

Greg Berger: Help us fund "¡El Joe T. Hodo Show!" Episodes 3 & 4

Cinthia Galán: Oh Cuban Citizen, Don’t Get Your Hopes Up

Narco News TV: NNTV: How to Stop Donald Trump (Part III)

Greg Berger: Mkhuseli “Khusta” Jack Is Coming to the 2016 School of Authentic Journalism

Sandra Muñoz: Announcing 20 Scholarships for the July 4-7 School of Authentic Journalism in Mexico

Alex Mensing: The Dream of the School of Authentic Journalism Exists Once a Year

Debra Jansen: The Authentic Journalist, a superhero

Hira Nabi: The School of Authentic Journalism is a Site of Heterotopia

Bill Conroy: Place a Bet on the Future and Support the 2016 School of Authentic Journalism

Alphonce Shiundu: The world needs more information freedom fighters, help train the best ones

Greg Berger: Straight Talk About What the School for Authentic Journalism Needs from You

Valeria Jerez: My experience at the School of Authentic Journalism

José Manuel G. Cadena: In a week inside The School you learn more than in a semester at any university

Edith Peredo: Let’s Build a New World Through The School of Authentic Journalism

Andrea Rodríguez Plata: We must create a sense of community to work together towards a common goal

Hazel Zamora: An Authentic Journalist

Karina González: We Simply Need More Schools of Authentic Journalism

Greg Berger: Get A Sneak Peek At Joe T. Hodo's Hilarious Road Trip Through Mexican Culture and Politics!

Erik Cóyotl: Help Us Fund Scholarships For the 2016 School of Authentic Journalism

Mariana Rebuá Simoes: The people who attend the School of Authentic Journalism have brave souls

Fabiola Rocha: You Made The 2015 School of Authentic Journalism Our Best Yet. Let's Make 2016 Even Better

Iván Ulchur-Rota: Your donation today will make the School of Authentic Journalism possible in 2016

By Jessica Ramirez : Letter to Santa: May There Be More Authentic Journalists!

Joe. T. Hodo / El Chamuco: Joe T. Hodo And His Fracking Migrants, Part 1

Greg Berger: Announcing 20 Scholarships for the November 9-12 School of Authentic Journalism in Mexico

Erik Coyotl Lozada: Help us, the School of Authentic Journalism is the only one capable of teaching how to win our struggle

Aran Shetterly: The great experience of community

Mary Elizabeth King: The School makes investigation possible in a way that is dynamic and fresh.

Gregory Berger: My Funny Revolution Could Be In Serious Trouble

Fernando León: The Authentic Path

Kevin Mwachiro: The School of Authentic Journalism taught me how to make my own journalism a little more real

Alsi Castañeda: The School was not what I expected

Ingrid Cruz: The World needs Spaces like the School of Authentic Journalism

Bill Conroy: We’re like a virus afflicting the beast at every turn

Sarahy Flores: I learned the importance of the media to make sure things change around the world

Alex Mensing: The Making of “Danger: Journalists Crossing”

Alphonce Shiundu: The School that Changes Lives

Mariana Rebuá Simoes: What is authentic journalism?

Aldo Orellana López: Bolivia, 15 Years on from the Water War

Mkhuseli "Khusta" Jack: The School of Authentic Journalism Must Continue

Join the Narco News Rent Party from Wherever You Are!

Greg Berger and Oscar Olivera: Community Police in Guerrero’s Costa Chica Region to Celebrate 19 Years of a Better Way to Combat Crime and Corruption

Al Giordano & Bill Conroy: The Washington Post Needs a Bus – and to Throw Jeff Leen Under It

Bill Conroy: Gary Webb: Vindicated

Alex Mensing: Taking Back What's Ours

Bill Conroy: Take This Job and Shove it

Al Giordano: Clam Magic: The Birth of a National Anti-Nuclear Movement

Oscar Olivera: The Cochabamba Water War of 2000 in 2014

Al Giordano: Announcing 20 Authentic Journalism Scholarships on Constructing and Reporting Movements to Win

Matt Richter: There Is No Other School in the World like the School for Authentic Journalism

The School of Authentic Journalism: #131+1: Voices in Movement

Alex Mensing: At the Escuelita Zapatista, Students Learn Community Organizing and Civil Resistance as a Way of Life

Peter Gorman: The Dangers of Journalism 101

Aline Camargo: Being a Leader Means Saying What You Mean When Nobody Else Is Saying It

Carolina Mascareño Orellana, : Being an Organizer and Being an Activist is not the Same Thing

Mayte G. Bonilla: The work of authentic journalists is the most important thing for social movements

Leehee Rothschild: Mkhuseli “Khusta” Jack and the Art of the Boycott

Darria Janey Hudson: Supporting Struggles for Justice Starts with Naming our Oppression

Fabiola Rocha: Mass Media Creates Alternative Realities

Ximena Payán: Paulina González Uses Story Telling as a Tool of Civil Resistance

Chen Blanc: The History Behind the Organizer of the Water War

Alex Mensing: Johanna Lawrenson: Organizing on the Run

Alice Driver: US Civil Rights-Era Leader Mary King Says Successful Social Movements Expand Space for Other Struggles

Felicity Clarke: Organizer Renny Cushing Tapped the Power of Community to Pull the Plug on Nuke Plants

Lela Vujanic: Schools like this Broaden our Knowledge and Understanding of the Real World

Felicity Clarke: Defending People's Homes through Authentic Journalism

Jacqueline Serrato: Truthful Media is One Antidote to Violence

Aliya Alwi: The Relief to Be Authentic

Ingrid Cruz: Authentic Journalism or How to Tell Stories that Move People

Alice Driver: How the School of Authentic Journalism Entered my Life

Ximena Payán: Organizing Is the Intelligent Alternative to "Assemblitis" in Movements

Alex Mensing: Where Do You Find Authenticity?

Al Giordano: Abbie's Road 1936-1989 

Paulina González: The School of Authentic Journalism Inspired this Community Organizer to Start Writing Again

Andrew Stelzer: Ten Years Into Narco News’ School of Authentic Journalism, You Can Make It Even More of a Success Story

Al Giordano: John Kerry and Me

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: "Our Path Doesn't Depend on Media Coverage"

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: DID YOU HEAR IT? It’s the sound of their world ending. It’s that of ours resurging.

Bill Conroy: I Survived A Journey Into the Dark Heart of the Drug War

the Narco News School of Authentic Journalism: The Day the Internet Died

Gregory Berger: How I Became a “Recovering Documentary Filmmaker” and Learned to Reach a Wider Public

Heather McCuen: Scholarships to Attend the School of Authentic Journalism Happen Because of Your Support

Isadora Bonilla: What the School of Authentic Journalism Did for Me, and Why It Needs Your Support

Al Giordano: 40 Scholarships for Journalists to Change the World

Bill Conroy: US, Mexican Officials Brokering Deals with Drug “Cartels,” WikiLeaks Documents Show

Bill Conroy: Mexican Diplomat Traded Secrets with Private Intel Firm Stratfor, WikiLeaks Documents Reveal

Al Giordano: #YoSoy132 and Allied Movements Pact a Change in Strategy for Friday’s Peaceful Blockade of the Televisa Network

Gene Sharp (Introduction by Narco News): Gene Sharp Responds to Mexican Citizens’ Petition Seeking His “Support for Our Revolutionary Movement”

Al Giordano: How Not to Get Eaten When the Dinosaurs Escape from their Cages

Andrés Manuel López Obrador: Today We Are Presenting a Complaint to Demand the Annulment of the Presidential Election

Isadora Bonilla: “Strategy Salon,” an Operative Group of #YoSoy132 Announces Nonviolence Resistance Training Sessions

Erika Pacheco de la Rosa: A Police Officer Broke Ranks: This Happened on July 7, 2012 in Mexico

Paulina Gonzalez: Winning the Dream: Part II

the Rev. Jim Lawson: The DREAM Act Students Have Taught Me New Things about Strategy and Planning

Paulina Gonzalez: The Strategy and Organizing Behind the Successful DREAM Act Movement

Isadora Bonilla : After the Mexican Election, Where Does the #YoSoy132 Movement Go?

Al Giordano: The Medium Was the Message in the #YoSoy132 Debate in Mexico

Bill Conroy & Al Giordano: US Lawsuit vs. Staff of Mexican Presidential Candidate Peña Nieto Reveals Apparent Violation of US Law

Grupos Operativos (GOs): Invitation to form Operative Groups YoSoy#132

Alejandro Meléndez Ortiz, Photojournalist: Photo Essay: “The TV Is Yours, but Mexico Is Ours”

Bill Conroy & Al Giordano: US Embassy Documents Confirm Televisa-Peña Nieto Deal in Mexico

Isadora Bonilla: Here Is the Route and Guidelines for Sunday's Anti-Peña Nieto March in Mexico

Isadora Bonilla and Al Giordano: In Mexico, Finally, a Revolt Against the Media

Al Giordano: The Medium is The Middleman: For a Revolution Against Media

Jenny Gustafsson: Professor’s Work Shows People Power Trumps Violence

Laura García: Javier Sicilia Calls Out to Alternative Media as a Force for Communication

Javier Sicilia: The Importance of Journalism and Communications to Social Movements

Kirsten Han: A Life of Challenge to the Dogma of “Objectivity”

Isadora Bonilla: Egypt's Aunt Peaceful

Leah Victoria Hennessey: Filmmaker “Gringoyo” Putting the Fun Back Into Revolution

Ellie Ismailidou: Distortion is the Enemy of Social Movements

Jika Gonzalez: My Journey Is on a Path Called Authentic Journalism

Al Giordano: We Have Still Had It Up to Here: The Year a Movement Was Born

Al Giordano: Nothing Is Ever Won Without Organizing

Arzu Geybullayeva: The School of Authentic Journalism Empowered Me

Paulina Gonzalez: They’d Like to “Occupy” Their Own Homes

Marta Molina: The Urgency of Organizing in the Young Mexican Movement Against the War on Drugs

Al Giordano: Announcing 40 Scholarships to Learn Strategic Journalism and Civil Resistance in Mexico, March 21 to 31 of 2012

Paulina González: Moving from Occupying Wall Street to Occupying Strategy

Marta Molina: The Day of the 50,000 Dead

Al Giordano: A Contrast in Discourses: Sicilia and the Peace Caravan in Oaxaca

Marta Molina: The People of Acteal, Chiapas, Receive the Caravan of Peace with their History of Struggle

Mariano Pérez Vázquez, Juan Vázquez Luna, José Ramón Vásquez Entzin, Victorio Pérez Paciencia and Mariano Pérez Sántiz: “We Don’t Want to Kill Anybody. What We Want Is to Take Away Their Power to Kill.”

Marta Molina: Nonviolent Struggle Arrives in the Lands of Guerrero, Mexico

Marta Molina: The Infatigable Teresa Carmona Will Accompany the Caravan to the South from Cancun.

Diego Enrique Osorno: The Infrarealist Journalism Manifesto

Julian LeBaron with Antonio Cervantes: The Best Political Reform for Mexico is the Reformation of the Citizenry

Rene Torres Bejarano: Sicilia's Kisses

Javier Sicilia: Statement by Javier Sicilia on Suspending Dialogue With Mexican Lawmakers

Quincy Saul: The War on Drugs and the Mexican Movement to End It

Aldo Orellana López: Civil Resistance in Tepoztlán, Mexico: What Can Social Movements Learn Today?

Julián LeBarón and Antonio Cervantes: “It's Time to Stop Being Victims”

Al Giordano: After Four Months of Struggle in Mexico, a Lesson for the Cynics

Javier Sicilia: Remarks of Javier Sicilia to the Mexican National Congress at Chapultepec Castle

Erin Rosa: US Officials Say They Won't Give a Reason for Blocking Mexican Human Rights Defender's Flight

Raquel Gutiérrez Aguilar: Open Letter to Conscious Men and Women Of This World

Hanna Nikkanen: Mexico’s State of Morelos: "We've Been Trained in the Art of Resistance"

Erin Rosa: Mexican Military Accused of Drug War Disappearance

Tadeu Breda, Irene Caselli, Kanya D'Almeida, Candice Vallantin and Katie Walsh: Mexican Government Treats Disappeared Like “Collateral Damage”

Mercedes Osuna: “We Didn't Have Our Sons and Daughters for War”

Carolina Corral: Drug War Victims Confront Mexican President

Marta Molina: If Crime Is Organized, then Why Not Us?

Al Giordano: A Mexican Movement at a Crossroads: A Paper Pact or an Organized Community?

Julián LeBaron with Antonio Cervantes: LeBaron in Durango: “The Solution is With Us”

Julian LeBaron with Antonio Cervantes: Julian LeBaron, in Zacatecas, Speaks of Community Organizing as a Strategy to End the Violence

Julian LeBaron with Antonio Cervantes: LeBaron in Chihuahua: May This Caravan Live Forever!

Marta Molina and Al Giordano: Mexico Caravan vs. the Drug War Finds Coherence and Unity in Chihuahua

Ingrid Morris: “Authentic Journalism Offers a Solution to Problems,” Al Giordano Says

Julián LeBaron and Antonio Cervantes: LeBaron in Torreón, Mexico: “Do You See How Much Power We Have?”

Candice Vallantin: Federal Police Raid Human Rights Center in Ciudad Juárez

Julián LeBaron: “The Violence is Not In the Guns or the Drugs. The Violence Is Within Us.”

Marta Molina and Al Giordano: Javier Sicilia Slams the Politics of Insult and Gives the Movement a Lesson in Nonviolence

Erin Rosa: The National Caravan To End Mexico's Drug War Begins

Antonio Cervantes: The Nonviolent Occupation of Ciudad Juárez

Marta Molina: Pilgrimage to the Sources of Javier Sicilia, the Poet Who Is Shaking Mexico

Javier Sicilia: Sicilia to Journalists: “I Think My Son Would be Very Proud”

Ansel Herz: Torture Firm Risks Incorporated Tied To Destructive Evictions in Haiti

Irene Caselli: “The People Are Ultimately Those Who Are in Charge, and the Government Must Know That”

Terri Bennett: Organizer of US Families of Murder Victims, Renny Cushing, Responds to Mexican Call for US Involvement in Stopping the Drug War

Henry Taksier: Javier Sicilia to Narco News: “Journalists Amplify the Voice of Civil Society”

Tyler Stringfellow: The Measure of a Movement: Stephen Zunes on Nonviolent Resistance

Sandra Vi Sánchez: Radio: A Medium that Revolutionizes

Aoife Allen : Janet Cherry: “Even If You Think There Is No Space, You Can Create that Space.”

Henry Taksier: Laughing in the Face of Repression

Alphonce Shiundu: Egypt’s Revolution Retold by Four Who Helped Make It Happen

Alphonce Shiundu: Tahrir Square as It Happened

Tadeu Breda: Journalist Anabel Hernández Won't Stop Fighting Corruption in Mexico Despite Death Threats

Candice Vallantin: The Art of Authentic Journalism According to Bill Conroy

Lucero Mendizábal: Javier Sicilia and North American Organizers Present Caravan Bound for Ciudad Juárez

Tadeu Breda: “We Will Continue Working Even if Julian Assange Is in Jail”

Alex Elgee: "Gringoyo" Offers Another "Flavor" to Video Journalists

Kanya D’Almeida: A Revolution Is Like “Good Sex”

Katie Walsh: Egyptian Noha Atef Shatters Silence on Police Torture

Arzu Geybullayeva: Buckle Down and Enjoy the Ride to the Land of Authentic Journalism

Javier Sicilia: Javier Sicilia Speech from the Zócalo in Mexico City

Natalie Long: Zapatistas Flood San Cristóbal by the Thousands, Join Call to Stop the War

Jaime Luis Brito: The March Advances to Mexico City Amidst Silence and Cheerfulness

Quincy Saul: Narco News Is On the Front Lines of Journalism in the 21st Century

Carolina Corral: Cuernavaca March Begins: “It Seems Calderón Didn't Hear Me,” Says Javier Sicilia

Carolina Corral: Cuernavaca Preparing for Four Day March to Mexico City to Stop the War

Andrés Casar: Institutional Violence In Acámbaro, Southern Municipality of Mexico's Guanajuato

Ela Stapley: The Kind of Work Ethic I Can Relate To

Anya Bird: Defend Honest Journalism About Social Movements

Aoife Allen : I Want to Be a Full Time Authentic Journalist

Subcomandante Marcos: Letter to don Javier Sicilia from Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos

Carolina Corral: Cuernavaca Peace Fountain Waters Turn Blood Red in Protest vs. Drug War

Patricia Guerrero: Javier Sicilia: The Resurrection of the Country is the Goal of Nonviolent Insurrection

Cheyenne Cary: Authentic Journalism Shakes Up the Powers that Be

Fernando León: Mexican Army Violates University Autonomy

Arturo Rodríguez Garcia: “Spring Breakers without Borders,” a Documentary From a Violent Mexico

Hanna Nikkanen: Help Me Become a Better Journalist Than I've Ever Been

Terri Bennett: Authentic Journalism Means Listening to the Voices of the People

Buya Jammeh: Support Authentic Journalism for a Better Democracy

Carina Pérez García: Homero Aridjis: “Only Civil Resistance Will Save Mexico”

Carolina Corral: The State Government of Morelos, Mexico, Kidnaps Memorial Plaques of the Victims of the War on Drugs

Henry Taksier: My Chance to Work with Some of the World’s Most Talented Journalists

Journalists, Intellectuals, and Artists from Mexico and the World: Giovanni Proiettis Has to Return to Mexico

Mercedes Osuna: Professor and Italian Journalist Gianni Proiettis Deported From Mexico

Aldo Orellana López: Authentic Journalism Tells the Stories That Aren't Told

Javier Sicilia: Stop the War, for a Just Mexico in Peace

Kanya D’Almeida: The Narco News School of Authentic Journalism Represents a Point of No Return

Zach Lindsey: Seven More Years?

Iván Sánchez López: Help Us Build an Other Way to Communicate

Erin Rosa: Why They Are Marching Against Drug War Violence

Namees Arnous: An Authentic Journalist Speaks from a Free Egypt

José Gil Olmos: Javier Sicilia Proposes the Legalization of Drugs, Not Impunity for Criminals

Fernando León: A Year After Expropriations, Mexico City's Superhighway Suspended

Al Giordano: Mexico, You Have More Power Than You Know!

Javier Sicilia: Javier Sicilia's Open Letter to Mexico's Politicians and Criminals

Candice Vallantin: Keep the Dream Alive, Man!

Hanna Nikkanen: Bahrain 101

Erin Rosa: Mexico's Largest Media Corporation Behind Plan to Censor Drug War Coverage

Nick Stratton: The Inevitable Spectacle of the Aristide Myth

Fernando León: Communities in Jalisco Organize for the Final Battle Against the El Zapotillo Dam

Al Giordano: Meet the 41 Narco News Authentic Journalism Scholars, Class of 2011

Fernando León and Erin Rosa: Reyes Family: “Militarization of Drug War in Mexico to Blame for Extortions, Kidnappings and Murders”

Environmental and Civil Rights Organizations from the United States and Canada: Open Letter to Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard

Fernando León: Neighbors Affected By Different Mexico City Construction Projects Meet

Katie Halper: One Authentic Journalist’s Brave Struggle with... Herself

Al Giordano: An Interview with Noha Atef – Egyptian Journalist, Blogger and Dissident – on the Historic Events Underway in Her Country

Natalia Viana: Julian Assange, Interviewed by the Brazilian People

Fernando León and Erin Rosa: Organized Neighborhoods Oppose Transportation Projects in Mexico City

Greg Berger: Why I’m Grateful for Narco News

Oscar Olivera Foronda, Marcelo Rojas, Abraham Grandydier, Aniceto Hinojosa Vásquez and Carlos Oropeza: Open Letter to Evo Morales and Álvaro García Against the Gasolinazo and for the Self Governance of Our People

Richard Bell: Here's a Four-Letter Word to Describe Al Giordano: Dean

Fernando León: Residents Affected By Guerrero Dam Reorganize

Fernando León: The Narco Soap Opera: Televisa vs. Proceso

Milena Velis: Authentic Journalism Needs You

Al Giordano: Announcing 40 Scholarships in Authentic Journalism in Mexico, May 2011

Fernando León and Erin Rosa: The Hundred Years Struggle of don Andrés

Natalia Viana: An Exclusive Interview with Julian Assange on the Eve of His Arrest

Fernando León: Canadian Mining Corporation Receives Permits in Mexican Indigenous Territory

Erin Rosa: Business Group Looking to Invest in Honduras After Coup

Fernando León: Atenco is on Alert and Organizing Against Government Appropriation of its Lands

Erin Rosa: Mexican and International "Other Campaign" Organizations Gather in Atenco

Fernando León: Mobilization in Tepoztlán Expels Local Police Chief

Fernando León: The Hemisphere's Social Movements Present in the International Court of Conscience

Erin Rosa: The Farm Labor Organizing Committee Is Making its Mark in Mexico

Erin Rosa: Fumigation of Coca Crops Still a Booming Business In Colombia

Fernando León: Walmart Corporation Defeated by Two Movements in Mexico

Erin Rosa: The Military Command Behind Mexico's Violent Drug War

Fernando León and Erin Rosa: Mexico City Police Clash With Neighborhood Opposing Superhighway

Fernando León: Chief of Mexican Police Appointed Secretary-General of American Police Community

Bruce Miller Earle: Support the Present and Future of Investigative Journalism

Fernando León and Erin Rosa: Ecuador's CONAIE and Defamation by “Journalism of the State”

FPDT and The Movement for Justice in El Barrio: Call for a National Meeting of Organizations and Struggles of The Other Campaign

Fernando León: The Mexican Fuenteovejuna

Hugo Ramírez: Authentic Journalism: Something to Believe In

Fernando León and Mercedes Osuna: Central American Immigrants: Between Survival and Torture

Carlos Ramírez: El Diario’s Hipocrisy on Press Freedom and the Drug War

Molly Molloy: Four Mexican Journalists in Exile

Karina Montserrat González González: Proudly an Authentic Journalist

El Diario de Juárez: El Diario Writes to Narcos: What Do You Want from Us?

Erin Rosa: Support the Newspaper that Encourages and Defends My Freedom to Report

Fernando León and Erin Rosa: Mexico's Media Moguls Target Country's Bicentennial

James Jordan: The "New Penitentiary Culture": US Designs for Colombian Jails

Issue #66 July 5, 2010 - September 6, 2010
Issue #65 April 1, 2010 - July 5, 2010

Anne Vigna: Court Orders the Immediate Release of the Twelve Atenco Prisoners

Anne Vigna: Court Orders the Immediate Release of the Twelve Atenco Prisoners

Anne Vigna: In the Life of a Journalist

Anne Vigna: Interview with the Attorney for Atenco Social Leaders Ignacio del Valle and Felipe Álvarez

Mercedes Osuna: An Invitation to Continue Participating in Narco News

Andrew Stelzer: “There Is No Modern Day Equivalent of the Civil Rights Movement”

Jillian Kestler-D’Amours: You'll Never Walk Alone

Edwin Álvarez: Help Hundreds of Youths from Your Community and the World to Be Happier and More Effective

Fernando León: Narco News, 10 Years Transforming the Hemisphere

Anne Bird: Disappearing the Truth in Honduras

Agencia EFE: French Journalist Accuses Mexican Police of Fabricating Evidence Against Florence Cassez

James Jordan: Tensions Are High in Arauca and Tolima

RJ Maccani: A Convergence of Dreams

Issue #64 February 5, 2010 - April 1, 2010

Geovani Montalvo: Impunity Continues in Murders of Environmental Organizers in El Salvador

Jillian Kestler-D’Amours: Canadian Company Seeking to Assure Exploitation in El Salvador

Mariana Simões, Sibi Arasu and Thomas Quirynen: Behind the Tourism Curtain in Cancún and the Riviera Maya

the Online Journalism Working Group Professors and Students of the School of Authentic Journalism: Online Investigations: Searching the Web and Organizing Your Information

Jillian Kestler-D’Amours: Persistence and Strategy Are Key to Unearthing Government Documents

James Jordan: The Labor Movement in Haiti: A Personal Reflection

James Jordan: Indigenous and Rural Communities on the Move in Putumayo and Nariño

Nancy Davies: On-Going Violations of Human Rights Elicits Call for Honoring Mexico's Treaty Commitment

the Online Journalism Working Group: The Day that Mario Menéndez Returns to Colombia

Edwin Alvarez: Rev. James Lawson Discusses Nonviolent Resistance Strategies at the School of Authentic Journalism

RJ Maccani: What Does it Mean to be Compañeros?

Al Giordano: How to Write a News Story

Ter García: Por Esto! Receives School of Authentic Journalism Students in Cancun

Kara Newhouse: Building an Authentic Journalism Movement

Mariana Simoes: Mario Menéndez Passionately Reveals his Authentic Life Story

Por Esto!: You Got There First, “Cachito”

Nancy Davies, with research assistance by Earl Fish: Coca-Cola Moves into Mezcal

Hugo Ramírez: News Flash: The School of Authentic Journalism Begins

Jillian Kestler-D’Amours: Por Esto! Is Keeping Journalism Real

RJ Maccani: Authentic Journalism Rises Again on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula

Issue #63 December 10, 2009 - February 5, 2010

Gianni Proiettis: Mariano Abarca Lives, and the Struggle Continues

Nancy Davies: Government Attacks APPO Political Table and Vendors

Amanda Huerta: Haití Can Awaken from the Dark Night of the Boar

Nancy Davies: Political Winds

Ansel Herz: “The International Community Must Let President Jean-Bertrand Aristide Return to Haiti”

Charlie Hardy: Getting Help to Haiti

Ansel Herz: Earthquake in Haiti: The Day After

Molly Molloy: The Woman Who Dared to Stand Tall on the Border

Nancy Davies: Another Member of the Bautista Triqui Family Murdered in San Juan Copala

Ramón Alberto Garza: Mexico Is On the Brink of Its Third Revolution

James Jordan: Colombians Refuse to Be Displaced: Over 5,000 Occupy the Piñuña Negro Police Inspectors Office in Putumayo

Al Giordano: James Lawson and Oscar Olivera to Keynote the 2010 School of Authentic Journalism

Oscar Olivera: For the Reconstitution of the Movements from Below: Autonomy and Independence

Nancy Davies: Attacks Against the Triquis Escalate

Issue #62 November 10, 2009 - December 10, 2009

Kara Newhouse: Dear Santa: Donate to The School of Authentic Journalism, Please

Maylin Alonso Chiong: Another Journalism Is Possible… Let’s Make It Reality!

RJ Maccani: A School of Authentic Journalism Can Amplify Hope and Reason: Are You In?

radiobalsamo.net: Radio Bálsamo Censored

Manasi Golapkrishnan: An Honest Version of Events

Nancy Davies: Paramilitaries Shoot Four Children, One Dead

More than 300 Organizations and Signers: Call to the Peoples of México to Organize the Revocation of the Presidency of Felipe Calderón

Tamar Sharabi: Honduras to Have “Free and Fair” Elections with Disrespect for Human Rights

Manuel Zelaya Rosales: “Legalizing Coups d’Etat by Means of Spurious Electoral Processes Divides the Unity of the Nations of América”

Quetzal Belmont: We Work Without Handcuffs

Tamar Sharabi: A Week Before “Elections” in Honduras, Candidate Resignations, More Censorship and Repression

Nancy Davies: Citizens Protest Lack of Consultation about Canadian Mine in San Jose del Progresso

Hugo Ramírez: “We are sending our love down the well”

Ansel Herz: Support Narco News, the Sustainable Next-Generation Newspaper

Al Giordano: Meet 31 Scholarship Recipients for the 2010 School of Authentic Journalism

Tamar Sharabi: US Rep. Jan Schakowsky’s Three-Day Fact-Finding Mission in Honduras Confirms Widespread Human Rights Abuses

David B. Briones: Building the Future of Journalism

Issue #61 October 8, 2009 - November 10, 2009

Tamar Sharabi: National Resistance Against the Coup d’Etat Announces Boycott of November 29 Honduras Elections

el diario Tiempo: Céleo Alvarez Casildo: The Crisis Won’t Be Resolved on Paper

Belén Fernández: Honduran Newspapers Deliver Photo Images of Resistance Participants to Police

Nancy Davies: Milenio Gets Declassified Information

Negotiating Teams of the Elected Government of President Zelaya and Coup Regime of Roberto Micheletti: Accord for National Reconciliation and the Strengthening of Democracy in Honduras

Belén Fernández: Golpistas Set Sights on El Libertador Director After One of His Journalists is Kidnapped and Burned with Cigarettes

Bill Conroy: How the School of Authentic Journalism Changes Veteran Reporters, Too

Belén Fernández: Coup Government Blames United States for Honduran Economic Woes but Continues to Pay US Lobbying Firms

Fernando León: “We’re Looking For the ‘President of Employment’”

Nancy Davies: Supreme Court Overrides Justice Mariano Azuela´s Opinion

Belén Fernández: Micheletti Declares Revenge on US in World Cup Qualifying Match

Nancy Davies: Transition to Democracy Forum Cancelled in Guelatao

Selvin Fernández: Celeo Alvarez Casildo: The Moment Has Come for a New Constitution in Honduras

Nancy Davies: “Transition to Democracy” Alliances Firm Up

Issue #60 September 7, 2009 - October 8, 2009

Al Giordano: The Top Ten Reasons to Donate to Narco News and the School of Authentic Journalism

Belén Fernández: Esdras Amado López Explains Increasing Lack of Chemistry between Channel 36 and Roberto Micheletti

Belén Fernández: Ros-Lehtinen Discovers Antidote to Honduran Tourism Crisis in Visiting US Congress Members

Andrew Stelzer: Your Donations Will Directly Improve the Content of the News You Read

Manuel Zelaya: Open Letter from President José Manuel Zelaya Rosales in Relation to the Jewish Community in Honduras

Chiapas Media Project: Interview: José Manuel Hernández "El Chema" of OCEZ

Belén Fernández: Auxiliary Archbishop of Tegucigalpa Conducts Lengthy Monologue on the Importance of Dialogue

Nancy Davies: Desperate Oaxaca Seeks Change in 2010

Fernando León Romero: Authentic Journalism Is a Question of Survival

Belén Fernández: Library of Congress Report Determines Honduran Coup Was Constitutional Despite Having Unconstitutional Aspects

Belén Fernández: Honduran Coup Supporters March in Tegucigalpa

Belén Fernández: Help Narco News Keep Instilling the Work of Journalists with a Sense of Purpose

Belén Fernández: Channel 10 Owner Breaks News of Men Hugging Men on Floor of Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa

Jeremy Kryt: The One-Sided War on the Streets of Honduras

Belén Fernández: Radio Globo and Channel 36 Announce Return of President Zelaya

Kristin Bricker: Donate to School of Authentic Journalism

Al Giordano: Announcing 24 Scholarships in Authentic Journalism for February of 2010

Al Giordano: Meet the 2010 School of Authentic Journalism Faculty

Belén Fernández: History Repeats Itself in Honduras

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Government Seems to be Yielding to Section 22’s Popular Demands

Belén Fernández: Secrets of the Honduran Armed Forces

Issue #59 August 3, 2009 - September 7, 2009

Nancy Davies: Section 22 Protests Another Murder with a 72 Hour Shutdown of Oaxaca

the Youth of ODECO: “We Call for a November 2010 Plebiscite so the Honduran People Can Vote on a New Constitution”

Belén Fernández: The Parable of the Honduran Congresswoman and the Gringa Blogger

Pedro Brizuela: Leadership

Rocky Neptun: Mexico Legalizes Small Quantities of Some Drugs

David Maxted: Reflections on Peaceful Protest and Constitutional Dialogue in San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Belén Fernández: Juan and Pedro Enter the Honduras Oil Import Business, Coup d’Etat Follows

Belén Fernández: Honduras Reports Lack of Towns Named for Oliver North

Belén Fernández: Introducing Micheletti, Man of God

Belén Fernández: Coup Regime Claims Colombian FARC Goes without Food to Fuel Unrest in Honduras

Nancy Davies: The Real Battle for Oaxaca: Who is Permitted to Earn Money, and Where?

Belén Fernández: US Ambassador Hugo Llorens Discloses Secrets of the Honduran Coup; Chinese Viewing Prohibited

Bill Conroy and Al Giordano: Pro-Coup Honduras Presidential Candidate Elvin Santos Is a Key Beneficiary of Continued US Government Funding

Bill Conroy and Al Giordano: US State Department and Millennium Challenge Corp. Contradict Each Other Over Honduras Coup Aid

Belén Fernández: “¡GOOOOOOLPISTAS!”

Belén Fernández: Anti-Coup Marchers Merge on the Capital of Honduras

Bill Conroy and Al Giordano: US Secretary of State Clinton’s Micro-Management of the Corporation that Funds the Honduras Coup Regime

Belén Fernández: On the Road to Tegucigalpa with Father Andrés Tamayo

Nancy Davies: Lopez Obrador Continues his Tour in Oaxaca

Juan Carlos Rivera: The Wall Street Journal Walls Itself In and Ridiculously Defends the Dictatorship of Roberto Micheletti

Belén Fernández: Honduran Cell Phone Company Falls in Love

Belén Fernández: Honduras Coup Generals Break Silence in Hopes that World Will Understand Them

Nancy Davies: Government and Media Trash 2006

Issue #58 July 1, 2009 - August 3, 2009
Issue #57 April 17, 2009 - July 1, 2009

the AFL-CIO: “Withhold Recognition of the Honduras Coup Government”

the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America: “To the Officers and Soldiers of the Armed Forces of Honduras... Place Your Arms at the Service of the People”

the Organization of American States: "No Government Arising from this Unconstitutional Interruption Will Be Recognized"

Nancy Davies: In Lead-up to National Chamber of Deputies Election, Oaxaca Teachers Choose a “Punishment Vote”

Via Campesina International: "In Solidarity with the Organizations of Via Campesina and the People of Honduras"

the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH): "We Will Not Be Silenced or Humiliated"

Nancy Davies: Representative Democracy versus Participatory Democracy

Bill Conroy: Whistleblowers Reveal How Time Magazine Dropped the Ball on the "Bogota Connection"

Al Giordano: Narco News Has Already Answered the Question of “Is There Journalism After Newspapers?”

Nancy Davies: A Stroll Downtown, Oaxaca Life

Nancy Davies: Situation Heats Up in Oaxaca Prior to Teachers' Union Decisions

Nancy Davies: Actions Strengthen Against Mining in Oaxaca

Nancy Davies: Civil Sectors Unite Against Mine in Ocotlán as Power Struggles Intensify

Nancy Davies: Face-Off in Oaxaca Enviromental Showdown

Kristin Bricker: Mexican NGOs, Brigadier General, Unite in Letter Against Plan Mexico

Movement for Justice in El Barrio: The Other Campaign NY Shuts Down Mexican Consulate While Demanding Freedom for Atenco Prisoners

Al Giordano: How “The NAFTA Flu” Exploded

Nancy Davies: Actions Follow Talks

Sean Hannley: Drugs and Democracy: Toward a Paradigm Shift

Nancy Davies: Forum of People in Resistance

Al Giordano: You and What Movement?

Barack Obama: “At Times We Sought to Dictate our Terms. But I Pledge to You that We Seek an Equal Partnership”

Issue #56 March 1, 2009 - April 17, 2009

Kristin Bricker: Donate to Narco News: It Trains a New Generation of Journalists

Al Giordano: US Indictment of Posada Carriles Thaws the Vestigial Cold War in América

Al Giordano: We’ve Published 225 Reports So Far on a Shoestring in 2009 and Need Your Help to Continue

Al Giordano: Meet the “Authentic Six” Scholarship Awardees for the April 24-26 Organizing and Journalism Workshop in Rowe, Massachusetts

Anne Vigna: Sarkozy and the Mexican Banker: the Journalist Who Spoke Out

Al Giordano: Reports: Carlos Pascual May Be Designated as US Ambassador to Mexico

FNS: The Border’s “Agent Orange” Controversy

Nancy Davies: The Organizing and Mobilizing of the Oaxaca Population

Le Monde.fr avec AFP: Questions Surround the Sarkozys’ Private Visit to Mexico

Nancy Davies: Citizens Show Support for Marcelino Coache

Nancy Davies: The 2012 Mother of All Marches

Issue #55 November 27, 2008 - March 1, 2009

James Jordan: Change and Regime Change

Hilary Klein: A Second Look at the EZLN’s Festival of Dignified Rage

Al Giordano: Greenberg Accuses Penn of Cooking Polls (and Why the Claim Is Credible)

Nancy Davies: Geographic Survey Project of the Sierra Juarez Mountains Stirs Protests

Al Giordano: Announcing Two Scholarships in Journalism and Organizing

Andrew Willis Garcés: Two Steps Back for Human Rights in Colombia

Al Giordano: The Drug War Wall Begins to Fall

Nancy Davies: The Big Picture in Oaxaca

Silvia Ribeiro: Geo-Piracy in Oaxaca... and Much More

Erin Rosa: Bolivia: Land Reform on the Horizon

Erin Rosa: Bolivia’s Government Begins to Implement New Constitution

Erin Rosa: Bolivia Voters Say “Yes” to New Constitution

Erin Rosa: Bolivia Votes Sunday on a New Constitution that Affirms Indigenous Rights

Erin Rosa: Bolivia: Constitutional Referendum Now in Voters' Hands

Barack Obama: The Freedom of Information Act is Back

Erin Rosa: Bolivia: “We are waiting for an improvement to our relations with the United States”

Al Giordano: Clinton Confirmation Hearings and Obama-Calderon Meeting Reveal Big Changes About to Come in US-Latin America Policy

Dan Feder: Colombia’s Senator Robledo: U.S. Resembles Latin America’s Spanish Colonial Masters More Each Day

Nancy Davies: Nineteen Appistas Arrested in Palestine Demonstration

David B. Briones: With Increased Readership and Features Come More Expenses

Kristin Bricker: The Work and Safety of Journalists at Narco News Depends on Your Support

Al Giordano: To Keep Reporting to You in 2009, Narco News Needs Your Support Today

Nancy Davies: “Another Unwarranted Break-In By Oaxaca Police”

Issue #54 June 1, 2008 - November 27, 2008

Nancy Davies: “La Doctora” Bertha Muñoz Returns to Oaxaca after Nearly Two Years in Hiding

Gregory Berger: Video Report From the Occupied Town of Xoxocotla, Morelos: Eyewitnesses Talk of Indiscriminate Attacks From Helicopters Using Weaponry Supplied by the United States

Evo Morales Ayma: Message of President Evo Morales

Alejandro Reyes: Atenco’s Political Prisoners: The Persistence of Resistance

Al Giordano and Bill Conroy: Palin’s Private Tanning Bed in the Alaska Governor’s Mansion

Jay J. Johnson-Castro, Sr.: Border Wall Battle: Bad News vs. Good News

Enrique Mendez and Roberto Garduño: Multimillionaire Budget to Assure State Viability

Al Giordano: Taking On The System: The Must-Read Political Book of the Year

Al Giordano: Join Us in Denver on Sunday

Molly Molloy: Massacre at CIAD #8 in Juárez

Bill Conroy: House of Death Informant, Facing D-Day in Court, Pens Letter from Prison

Bill Conroy: McCain’s Kyrgyz Connection: The “Freedom House” That Isn’t Free

Avi Lewis: Video Newsreel: The Drug War and Plan Mexico

Al Giordano: The Democrats’ Schism at a Mexico City Fundraiser

Andrew Kennis: What is the Venezuelan News Media Actually Like?

Al Giordano: 84 New Co-Publishers in Three Weeks, and 42 Regional Groups

Bill Conroy: Source: US Military Special-Ops Team, and Not the Colombian Army, Carried Out Hostage Rescue in Colombia

Al Giordano: Factual Plagiarism: The AP, NY Times, Washington Post & Washington Times Stole Their Work from Narco News This Week

Nancy Davies: Two Years Later in Oaxaca: Part IV and Final

Eliza Ruiz Jaimes: APPO and PRIistas Clash in Zaachila, Oaxaca

the People and Power series: The House of Death: Now Available on Video

Nancy Davies: Two Years Later in Oaxaca: Part III

Luis Hernández Navarro: The New Government Provocation Against Zapatismo

The Good Government Council: Mexican Military and Police Use Drug War to Attempt to Enter Zapatista Territory

Nancy Davies: Two Years Later in Oaxaca: Part II

Issue #53 May 5, 2008 - June 1, 2008
Issue #52 April 1, 2008 - May 5, 2008

Joe Emersberger: The Guardian Covers (Up) Colombia’s Reality

Fred Rosen: Notes on the Conjuncture: Mexico, 2008

Barbara Shailor, AFL-CIO: AFL-CIO, in Letter to US Rep. William Delahunt, Comes Out Against Plan Mexico

Nancy Davies: Caciques, Triquis and Impunity – More of the Same

Gerald Lenoir: Immigration, NAFTA, and Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King in Mexico

Al Giordano: Narco News to Hold 8th Anniversary Celebration in Seattle, Friday, April 25

Al Giordano: Good News: Your Donation Is Now Officially Deductible, and Is Needed Today

Nancy Davies: Two Triqui Community Radio Reporters Assassinated

Cynthia McKinney: “You Show Those of Us Inside the United States that Victory Is Possible”

Al Giordano: Colombia’s Invasion of the United States

Al Giordano: Colombia’s Uribe Regime Approaches Pariah Status in Washington

Al Giordano: A Call to Our Readers in Seattle and Vancouver… and Everywhere

Al Giordano: Uribe’s Attack on Obama

Gloria Muñoz Ramírez: Zapatistas in New York

Kristin Bricker: Facing Escalating Protests, Chiapas Frees 30 Political Prisoners

Issue #51 March 3, 2008 - April 1, 2008
Issue #50 February 2, 2008 - March 3, 2008
Issue #49 January 4, 2008 - February 2, 2008
Issue #48 November 21, 2007 - January 4, 2008

Andrew Kennis: Ten Years Later, It’s Time to Recognize the U.S. Government’s Responsibility for Acteal

Laura Del Castillo Matamoros: Colombian Government Declares Indigenous Reservations Targets for Fumigations

Raúl Romero: Las Abejas Civil Organization: 10 years After the Killings in Acteal, “We’re Still Hungry for Justice, Thirsty for Peace”

Juan Trujillo L.: Ten Years After the Massacre at Acteal the Commercial Media, Governments and Academia Try to Avert the Responsibility of the State

Bill Conroy: Cocaine Jet That Crashed in Mexico Part of Cowboy Government Operation, DEA Sources Claim

Dan Feder: We’re Almost There: Please Donate Before the New Year and Keep Authentic Journalism Alive

Joe Emersberger: Haiti: Leading Human Rights Activist Lovinsky Pierre-Antoine Missing for Four Months

Hermann Bellinghausen: The Other Campaign Mobilizes in Response to Aggressions Against the Zapatistas of Bolom Ajaw

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Reporters Tell of Life in the Trenches

Bill Conroy: New Document Provides Further Evidence That Owner of Crashed Cocaine Jet Was a U.S. Government Operative

George Salzman: One Hundred Years of “Imposed Ignorance” by the Commercial Media

Nancy Davies: Remembering the Repression, Refreshing Our Spirits

Salomón Kalmanovitz: Former Colombian Central Bank Chief: With a Democrat in the White House, Colombia Could Push for Drug Legalization

Issue #47 September 30, 2007 - November 21, 2007

Al Giordano: The Revolution Will Now Be Televised

Laura Del Castillo: The Unforgivable

Bill Conroy: Mysterious Jet Crash Is Rare Portal Into the “Dark Alliances” of the Drug War

Dan Feder: Colombian Ironies: Political Prisoner Andrés Gil Unable to Attend Human Rights Forum

Al Giordano: Let’s Do It: Narco News Matching Grants Are Raised by Another $4,000

Nancy Davies: November 2 Redux

Greg Berger: President Calderón’s Counterinsurgency in Mexico: A Story That Must Be Told

Greg Berger: “Plan Mexico” Claims its First Victims in the Murky Floodwaters of Tabasco

Luis Alberto Matta: In Colombia, a Rural Community in Peaceful Resistance Against a Repressive Government

Dan Feder: Latin America at the Breaking Point: Will You Know When History Is Happening?

Nancy Davies: Indigenous Education as Politics

Dan Feder: Colombian Senator Petro Tells U.S. Congress: Free Trade Agreement Would Benefit Narco-Traffickers

RJ Maccani: Zapatismo in Spanish Harlem

Laura Del Castillo Matamoros: Give Narco News a Hand to Help it Survive

Brenda Norrell: Mohawk Warriors Unite with Zapatistas at Encuentro

Pius Adesanmi: A Day in the Life of Lou Dobbs, CNN's Patriotic Border Warrior

Brenda Norrell: O’odham Return from Gathering with Mexico’s Indigenous and Subcomandante Marcos

Julie Webb-Pullman: Pro-Zapatista Activists Among Those Imprisoned In New Zealand Crackdown

Sean Donahue: Bypassing Mainstream Sources to Bring You the “Stories that Elude Bigger News Organizations with Shorter Attention Spans”

Raúl Romero and Juan Trujillo: Indigenous Woman from British Columbia: “They’ve Relegated Us to Authentic Concentration Camps”

the Human Rights Commission: Chronicle of Resistance in Colombia, October 8-10

Dan Feder and Laura del Castillo Matamoros: Colombia’s Rural Social Movement Defies Government Intimidation and Comes Out to March

Al Giordano: Double Your Impact: Donate to Support Narco News and Your Contribution Will Be Matched

Nancy Davies: “First, Identify the Enemy”

Laura Del Castillo Matamoros: Uribe the Teacher

Al Giordano: The Netroots Battlefield in the ’08 Presidential Campaign

Bill Conroy: Labor Activists Say U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement Will Be Signed in Blood if Approved

Issue #46 May 22, 2007 - September 30, 2007

Dan Feder: Peasant-Farmer Activists Imprisoned in Colombia

Joe Emersberger: The Council on Hemispheric Affairs Deserves an F for Article on Haiti

Hermann Bellinghausen: Zapatista Bases Fear a Violent Evacuation by Members of the UES and Police

Bill Conroy: Narco News Needs Your Help to Carry the News to You

CCRI-CG - EZLN: Communiqué from the Indigenous Revolutionary Clandestine Committee—General Command of the EZLN

Al Giordano: Narco News Reloaded: Help Dan Feder Lead Our News Team for the Coming Months

Nancy Davies: Twenty-First Century: Forced Disappearance, the Current Policy in the Nation of Mexico

Brenda Norrell: Privatizing Misery, Deporting and Imprisoning Migrants for Profit

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Declines to be “Governed”

Paul Bocking: Oaxaca: “A Sign of What May Be to Come for the Rest of Mexico”

Brenda Norrell: Yaqui And O’odham Unite to Plan Zapatistas’ Intercontinental Summits

Brenda Norrell: O’odham Host Zapatistas North American Regional Conference

Juan Trujillo: “In Our Education the Young Have Been Able to Hear the Real History, not that of the Oppressors”: Soraia Soriano

Murielle Coppin: “When We Dream Alone it's Just a Dream, when We Dream Together We can Turn It into Reality”

Nancy Davies: And the Winner of Oaxaca's State Legislative Election Is... Abstentionism

Nancy Davies: Ulises Ruiz, Plan Puebla Panamá, and the August 5 Oaxaca Elections

Juan Trujillo: “A Voice Cries Out for Justice; May all of Humanity Hear Itself in our Cry”: Elisa

Al Giordano: “A New and More Dynamic Way of Employing Foreign Policy”

Al Giordano: US Relations with Venezuela Take Center Stage in the US Presidential Campaign

Murielle Coppin and Juan Trujillo: The Second Encounter Between the Zapatistas and the People of the World has Begun

Hermann Bellinghausen: Revenge of the Guelaguetza

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca “Silent March” Mourns Two Additional Deaths

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Government Armed Forces Use Violence to Prevent the People's Use of the Guelaguetza Auditorium

George Salzman: The People are Deciding, Every Day!

Bill Conroy: Mexican Journalist Booted Out of Texas Anti-Immigrant Rally

Al Giordano: “There Is No Evil from which Some Good Does Not Come”

Al Giordano: Desertions by Some Senators Could Kill the Immigration Reform Bill on Thursday, but a Cavalry Could be Coming from the Left

Al Giordano: Twelve Million Lives At Stake Today in the US Senate’s Immigration Reform Vote

Greg Berger and Al Giordano: Right-Wing Celebutard Bloggers Launch Internet Video War Over Immigration Reform

Al Giordano: US Immigration Reform Bill Moves Closer to Passage – and a Paradigm Shift in US Politics

RJ Maccani: Fighting to Win in East Harlem and Beyond…

Nancy Davies: Mexico’s Supreme Court Accepts the Case of Oaxaca

Al Giordano: The US Immigration Reform Bill Brings Civil War Between Right Wing Radio, Bloggers, and the Republican Party

Al Giordano: About that “2007 Project Censored Award to Al Giordano”: Thanks… but No Thanks!

Al Giordano: The Age of Atlantica: As Goes Mexico, so Goes the US and Canada

Al Giordano: Nancy Davies’ Book The People Decide: Oaxaca’s Popular Assembly Is Printed and Ready to Ship

Nancy Davies: Guelaguetza Redux

Issue #45 February 11, 2007 - May 22, 2007

Wadner Pierre: Haitians Demand Arrest of Luis Posada Carriles

US Rep. José Serrano: US Rep. José Serrano: “The Murder of Brad Will Raises a Larger Issue About the Role of the Mexican Government”

Regeneracion: Autonomous Spaces Endangered in the CCH Vallejo (Mexico City)

Oliver D.: An Incarcerated APPO Counselor Reports Receiving a Death Threat from the State Governor

Juan Trujillo: “It is You and We Who Must Not Wait for the Conditions to Fight”: Zapatistas in March for Atenco

Ignacio del Valle: Who Can Imprison the Fury of a Volcano?

the Sixth Commission: Federal Army Troops Harrass the Sixth Commission Delegates

Alejandro de la Torre: A Phantom in Northeast Mexico: Zapatismo

José Arenas: Coca Growers Shake the Andes Once Again

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Civil Unrest Grows as Another Group Begins Voicing its Discontent

Chris Fee: Al Giordano’s Northeast Tour Expands to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Montreal and Montpelier in May 2007

Nancy Davies: In Oaxaca, the Show Goes On

Brenda Norrell: Zapatistas Select Yaqui to Host Intercontinental Summit in Mexico

Garrett St. James: Happy Earth Day

Sixth Commission of the EZLN: Zapatistas to Send Delegations to Northern Mexico

Bill Conroy: Happy 7th Birthday, Narco News!

Nancy Davies: Another Member of APPO Arrested in the Continuing Struggle for Justice

Brenda Norrell: Marcos: “We Will Come and Stay With You, Without Guns, Only With Our Words”

Al Giordano: Nancy Davies’ “The People Decide: Oaxaca’s Popular Assembly” to Premier at New York City Anarchist Book Fair on Saturday, April 14

Nancy Davies: Fifty Uniformed Police Block Zócalo Access for Eight Men, Seven Women and Two Children

John Gibler: Associated Press Fires Oaxaca Correspondent Rebeca Romero

Al Giordano: Celebrate Narco News’ 7th Anniversary in New York City on April 18

Luis Hernández Navarro: The Return of la Otra

Cha-Cha Connor: Supermodels 1, Ulises Ruiz 0: Miss Universe Cancels Oaxaca Events of 2007 Pageant

Eliza Ruiz Jaimes: Miss Universe 2007 Cancelled in Oaxaca

Chris Fee: Keep Hearing the Voices that Would Otherwise Never Be Heard to the Outside World

Garrett St. James: Bank of the South

Nancy Davies: Organized Chaos in Oaxaca

Murielle Coppin: The Other Campaign Begins Anew

Indigenous Revolutionary Clandestine Committee – General Command: EZLN to Initiate the Second Stage of its Direct Participation in the Other Campaign in Mexico

Garrett St. James: Out-Flanked: A New War on Terra Arrives with Bush-Lula Ethanol Deal

the Family of Brad Will: Family of Murdered Independent Journalist Brad Will to Visit Mexico City and Oaxaca

Laura K. Jordan: Zapatistas Inaugurate Two Peace Camps in Huitepec

The Good Government Council: Regulations for the Civil Camp in Huitepec

Al Giordano: Accused Narco Banker to Host Bush-Calderón Meeting in Yucatán

Nancy Davies: The 10th APPO Megamarch Observes Women's Day

Cha-Cha Connor: Supermodels for Oaxaca (APMO) to Oppose the Miss Universe Pageant at the Monte Albán Ruins in May 2007

Al Giordano: Help Wanted: Distribution Coordinator for Narco News Books

Hermann Bellinghausen: OPDDIC Leader Pedro Chulín Offers His “Total Support” to Governor Juan Sabines

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Conflict Puts Spotlight on the Media

The Good Government Council: Communiqué from the Good Government Council “Heart of the Rainbow of Hope”

Accreditation Committee of Cucapá Camp: Cucapá Camp Regulations

Nancy Davies: The APPO Comes Back Strong in Oaxaca

Subcomandante Marcos, EZLN: International Invitation to Peace Encampments on Zapatista and Cucapá Territory

Issue #44 December 1, 2006 - February 11, 2007

The Good Government Council: Zapatistas Condemn Drug Trafficking and Illegal Vehicles

Subcomandante Marcos: Marcos: “I Told You So”

the Movement for Justice in El Barrio: Movement for Justice in El Barrio to Present a Message from the Zapatistas in New York

Nancy Davies: Oaxacan Teachers Support the APPO and the Ninth Megamarch

Juan Trujillo: After the Repression in Atenco and More than Six Months Setting up the Protest Camp, Only Five People Maintain It

Al Giordano: Narco News Books to Publish Nancy Davies’ “The People Decide: Oaxaca’s Popular Assembly” in the Spring of 2007

Nancy Davies: The Triquis Inaugurate Their New Autonomous Municipality

Jeb Sprague: Haiti: Lame Ti Manchèt Accused of Role in Killing of Photojournalist

Ginna Villarreal: Zapatista Women: “We Are What Holds the Community Together”

Chris Fee: Narco News’ Al Giordano to Tour Northeastern United States and Quebec in April 2007

Rodrigo Ibarra: The Earth, the Land, Our Mother

Craig Will: Brad Will’s Family Seeks “a Vigorous Prosecution of the Guilty Parties”

David B. Briones: A Newspaper Free to Everyone

Diego Enrique Osorno: The APPO Creates Municipal Autonomy in the Triqui Region

Nancy Davies: Politics and Promises

Hermann Bellinghausen: Thousands Rebel Against Neoliberalism in Chiapas

Nancy Davies: A Tranquil Day In Oaxaca

Ginna Villarreal: Health Care Organized from Below: The Zapatista Experience

Francisco López Bárcenas: The autonomous municipality of San Juan Copala (Oaxaca)

Al Giordano: Associated Press Correspondent in Oaxaca Urges Mexican “Authorities” to Investigate Narco News

Emir Olivares Alonso: Interview with Berta Elena Muñoz, the Voice of the Movement at Radio Universidad, in Oaxaca

Nancy Davies: The Popular Assembly Movement Advances While Neoliberalism Stalls

Nancy Davies: Day of the Kings in Oaxaca, Where URO Is King

Amber Howard: Zapatistas Showcase Their Autonomous School System to the Nation and the World

Intergalactic Commission of the EZLN: Informational Bulletin 3: Women’s Struggles and The Encounter Between the Zapatistas and the Peoples of the World

Intergalactic Commission of the EZLN: Informational Bulletin 2: First Encounter Between the Zapatistas and the Peoples of the World

Intergalactic Commission of the EZLN: Informational Bulletin 1: On The Encounter Between the Zapatistas and the Peoples of the World

Nancy Davies: Abductions of Civil Movement Leaders Continue in Oaxaca

Murielle Coppin: Marcos, Between the Garbage of Tamaulipas: “Calderón Will Not Finish His Six Years”

the Sixth Commission of the EZLN: The Other Campaign in the North of Mexico: Saying “Oaxaca” from Above and Below

Juan Trujillo: APPO Leader Flavio Sosa Arrested and Jailed

Amber Howard: The Zapatista Other Campaign Tour Arrives Back in Mexico City

the CEAPPO: The APPO Lives

Shawn O'Bryant: The Calm Before the Storm

Issue #43 September 16, 2006 - December 1, 2006

Bill Conroy: For Lack of a Laptop, “a Country Called América” Is In Greater Danger Today

Al Giordano: The Coup d’Etat in Mexico

Luis Hernández Navarro: Oaxaca: The End of Tolerance

Nancy Davies: Update on Oaxaca

Rodrigo Ibarra: México Bravo? Barbarous River?

Nancy Davies: An Affront to the People of Oaxaca

Gloria Muñoz Ramírez: Global Support for the APPO

the Popular Assembly of the Peoples of Oaxaca (APPO): Offensive by the Federal Preventive Police Against the People of Oaxaca

the Zapatista Army of National Liberation: Clarification by the CCRI-CG of the EZLN and the Sixth Commission About Recent Events in the State of Chiapas

Hermann Bellinghausen: Marcos: “We Are On the Eve of Either a Great Uprising or a Civil War”

Indigenous Communities: The APPO Grows

Nancy Davies: On the 96th Anniversary of the Mexican Revolution, Oaxaca

Al Giordano: Blockades Close Chiapas in Defense of Oaxaca

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: The Other Campaign Begins its Tour Through Nuevo Leon, November 15

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca’s Popular Movement at Six Months

Al Giordano: Correction and Update on the Viejo Velasco Massacre in Chiapas

The Good Government Council: Compañeros of Huitepec Continue to Be Harassed and Threatened by Government Authorities

Dan Feder: The Other Campaign, in the Land of Narco-Corridos, Sifts Reality from Myth

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca’s APPO Forms Permanent Government, Announces Escalation of Resistance

Al Giordano: Massacre in Chiapas: Six Women, Three Men, Two Children, Assassinated in Montes Azules

Jacob Muller: A Chronicle of the October 29 PFP Invasion of Oaxaca

Compañeras Gloria, Mariana, Norma, Suelen, Edith, Magdalena, Maria Luisa and Patricia: Letter from Political Prisoners to the People of Oaxaca in Struggle

Rodrigo Ibarra: Walking in the Footsteps of Francisco Villa

Bill Conroy and Al Giordano: US Customs and Border Protection Helicopter Violated Mexican Airspace, and Agency Rules, During the November 1 Zapatista Protest on the Juárez-El Paso Bridge

Dan Feder: “Nothing but Dirt to Drink” in the Comarca Lagunera

Nancy Davies: The Communications War in Oaxaca

Al Giordano: On the Highway to a New and Better World… but Out of Fuel

Juan Trujillo and Erwin Slim: Members of the APPO and the Other Campaign Marched and Held a Blockade in the City Center

Julie Webb-Pullman: Caravana Arrives in Oaxaca for Megamarch

Mark Poepsel: The Power of Listening

Karla Garza: The Other Campaign Takes Over Juárez-El Paso International Bridge in Solidarity with Oaxaca

James Daria: The Battle of Ciudad Universitaria

Sean Donahue: “Reawakening Hope in the Hearts of Those Who Have Considered this Empire Invincible”

George Salzman: Radio Universidad in Oaxaca Still Broadcasting, A Miracle of People's Resistance

Greg Berger: The APPO Wins an Important Battle Against the PFP

Nancy Davies: In Oaxaca, Fox Opts for the Heavy Hand

Adolfo Gilly: Oaxaca: Solitary in Flames

Greg Berger: Members of the Zapatista Other Campaign Blockade the Mexico City-Acapulco Superhighway in Defense of the People of Oaxaca

James Daria: PFP Occupation of Oaxaca Reveals Growing Polarization Within the Populace

The National Indigenous Congress: Communique from the National Indigenous Congress in Support of the APPO

RJ Maccani: ¡Presente! Brad Will’s Ghost at the NYC Mexican Consulate

the Sixth Commission of the EZLN: A Call from the Zapatistas: Oaxaca Is Not Alone

Amber Howard: Art and Trade High School Reborn in the Yaqui Valley

James Daria: Chronicle of the Battle of Oaxaca: Stage Three, Day One

James Daria: On the Streets of Oaxaca, the People Remember Brad Will

Enrique Mendez, Blanche Petrich, Gustavo Castillo and Octavio Velez: Police Forces Enter Oaxaca with Water Cannons and Gunshots

Nancy Davies: Federal Preventive Police Arrest at Least Fifty Despite Non-Violent Resistance by the APPO

Blanche Petrich y Enrique Mendez: In Santa María Coyotepec, Inhabitants Turned Against the Teachers

John Dickie: The Assassination of Brad Will and the White Owl of Oaxaca

Nancy Davies: Federal Police Authorized to Enter Oaxaca

Damaso Gonzalez: A Commission Will go to the Meeting of the Zapatista “Other Campaign” in Juárez

Al Giordano: Brad Will, New York Documentary Filmmaker and Indymedia Reporter, Assassinated by Pro-Government Gunshot in Oaxaca While Reporting the Story

Diego Enrique Osorno: “Forward, People! Let’s Take Back Oaxaca”

Diego Enrique Osorno: The Toll of Friday the 27th: Three People Assassinated, Eleven Wounded, Two Missing

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca’s Popular Assembly Throws Down a Challenge to the Governor: General Strike on October 27, 28, and 29

Mary Ann Tenuto Sánchez: “We Want This Border To Disappear”

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: The Other Campaign in Sonora: “Our Struggle is for Humanity…”

the Sixth Commission of the EZLN: Sergio Almaguer, Secretary General of the Mexican Party of Communists, Has Died

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: “The First Thing We Need to Do is to Know One Another and Find Agreement”

Juan Trujillo: Help Narco News Continue to “Brush History Against the Grain”

Hermann Bellinghausen: The Comca’ac Indigenous Group Denounces the Sonora State Government’s Plan to Take their Lands

Rafael Gómez Chi: APPO in Yucatán

Gloria Muñoz Ramírez: The Brown Berets of Watsonville, California

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: The Other Campaign in San Quintín Valley, Baja California

Ginna Villarreal: The Other Campaign Says No to a Cell Phone Tower in La Paz and a Gas Refinery in Ensenada

Kristin Bricker: Marcos: The Zapatistas Will Defend the Cucapa and Kiliwa Peoples of Baja California

Greg Berger: The Atenco, Oaxaca and Zapatista Rebels Unite in Public for the First Time

Simon Fitzgerald: Marcos Details the Next Stages of the Other Campaign

Al Giordano: Marcos in Tijuana Speaks a Little English: “So… Let’s Talk About Walls”

Enrique Mendez and Octavio Velez: Nine Dead: Indigenous Teacher Assassinated in Oaxaca City

Amber Howard: “Another World Without Borders Is Possible”

Luis Hernández Navarro: Oaxaca: Eight Dead, Eight

Sean Donahue: Is the Colombian Government Conspiring with Drummond to Silence Francisco Ramírez?

Kristin Bricker: Marcos Announces Continental Indigenous Encounter for October 2007

Ginna Villarreal: A Market System Designed to Prosper from Misfortunes

Prisoners of Atenco: Message from the Political Prisoners of Atenco in the La Palma Maximum Security Prison

Gloria Muñoz Ramírez: Atenco in the Lacandon Jungle

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Women Tap for Hope with Their Fingernails

Ernesto Alonso Lopez Uriarte: Testimony of the Corruption of the Party of the Democratic Revolution

Simon Fitzgerald: Mothers of the Disappeared in Sinaloa

Al Giordano: Imagine “the Big Hotels, Owned by All of You,” and that, “Newspapers Will Be Property of their Workers”

Stephen Flanagan Jackson: Drummond Faces Dutch and Colombian Investigations of Colombia Coal, Oil Ventures

Enrique Mendez and Octavio Velez: Police and Government Thugs Open Fire on APPO Members

La Otra Jovel: Zapatista Support Bases Threatened with Displacement in “Choles de Tumbala”

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: Delegate Zero Speaks in Mazatlán, Sinaloa

Javier Valdez Cardenas: Marcos: Calderón Will Not Conclude His Term as President Due to Social Unrest

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: Delegate Zero’s Words at Teacapán, Sinaloa

Al Giordano: Banned from Traveling by Sea, Subcomandante Marcos Proposes to Head to Baja California via the Mexican Mainland

Kristin Bricker: From the Coffee Farms of Chiapas to the Shrimp Farms of the Sinaloan Coast, One Common Struggle

Erwin Slim: The People of Oaxaca’s March for Dignity Heads Towards Mexico City

Ángeles Barrios Cabrera: Subcomandante Marcos Pays Homage to Che Guevara and Praises Cuba

the Sixth Commission of the EZLN: The Zapatistas and the Other Campaign: Pedestrians of History V

Nancy Davies: APPO, The De Facto Government in Oaxaca, Moves Toward Permanence

Miguel Angel Contreras: “Thanks to Narco News, Positive Changes Have Taken Place”

Margarita Salazar: Mexican Government Snubs Immigrant Demonstrations Supporting the Fight of the APPO in the United States

Simon Fitzgerald: In Tepic, Nayarit, the Other Campaign Marks 39 Years Since the Death of “Che” Guevara

Industrial Workers of the World - NYC: Protest of Repression in Oaxaca Called at Mexican Consulate in New York City for Tuesday, October 10

Kristin Bricker: Oaxaca Popular and Indigenous Organizations Boycott Negotiating Session in Mexico City

Diego Enrique Osorno: Barricaded City

Nancy Davies: Crisis Escalates as Marines Land in Oaxaca

Mercedes Osuna: As Delegate Zero’s Tour Continues, the Other Journalism Needs Supporters and Translators in Order to Go On Reporting

Notimex: Popular Assembly of the Peoples of Guerrero Created in Chilpancingo

Simon Fitzgerald: In the Other Mexico City, the Ghosts of Tlatelolco 1968 March in Defense of Oaxaca and Atenco in 2006

Civil Society Organizations of Oaxaca: Communiqué: Encampment for Dignity and Against Repression in Oaxaca

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: The Zapatistas and the Other Campaign: Pedestrians of History III

Al Giordano: Marcos: “Oaxaca Is Not Just an Emergency, It Is Also an Example to Follow”

Diego Enrique Osorno and Óscar Rodríguez: Preparations for War in Oaxaca

Juan Trujillo: Zapatistas in Atenco: Chapias Caracoles Reopen Today; “Intergalactic” Gathering Is Called for December 30 to January 2, 2007

Hermann Bellinghausen: Oaxaca: Buisness Strike Failed; Destabilizing Operations Coming to Light

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca is the Football, and the PRI, PAN and PRD Are Kicking it Around

Hermann Bellinghausen: Oaxaca Teachers Agree to Continue Protest Until Gov. Ulises Ruiz Falls

Al Giordano: Countdown: Zapatista Comandantes’ Departure to Atenco and Mexico City to Begin this Week

Gloria Muñoz Ramírez: Tijuana Sí

Gloria Muñoz Ramírez: Tijuana’s Resistance

Diego Enrique Osorno: Self-Defense Drills in Oaxaca

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: The Zapatistas and the Other Campaign: Pedestrians of History II

Nancy Davies: No Way to Go But Forward

Raul Gatica: The Politics of Violence in Oaxaca

Dan Feder: The “Gallop of Bolívar's Horse” Draws Closer to the US Border

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca’s Cry for Independence

the Sixth Commission of the EZLN: A Proposed Calendar from the Sixth Commission of the EZLN for the Continuation of the Tour

Subcomandante Marcos: Delegate Zero’s Words on the Night of September 15 in Atenco

Margarita Salazar: Experiences of Resistance and Rebellion, from the South to the North, During the First Across-Borders Encounter in Tijuana

Javier Salinas: “Freedom for Political Prisoners!” Calls Marcos, Giving El Grito in Atenco

Issue #42 June 20 - September 16, 2006

Octavio Velez Ascencio: The Popular Assembly and the Teachers Take Gov. Ulises’ Place at the “Grito” Independence Day Celebration, Publish Manifesto

Javier Salinas: “Freedom for Political Prisoners!” Calls Marcos, Giving El Grito in Atenco

Al Giordano: Call to Correspondents: The Other Journalism Heads Toward the Border


Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: The EZLN Announces Reinforcement of its Solidarity with Atenco and the Resumption of the National Tour

Al Giordano: Fox Government Arrests Indigenous Farmers in Chiapas for Planting Radishes and Flowers

Alberto Hijar: Clarifying in Order to Move Forward

Luis Hernández Navarro: Blockades

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca’s Popular Assembly “Expels” the State Government

Hermann Bellinghausen: Oaxaca State Government’s Transfer to Juchitán Canceled: “The Conditions Do Not Exist”

Al Giordano: Another Grenade Attack Against Por Esto! Brings Out Civil Society to Defend the Newspaper

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca’s Social Movement Develops Radical Vision for a National Government of the People

RJ Maccani: “Walking, We Ask Questions”

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: “We Are Preparing Our Next Steps”

Diego Enrique Osorno: Operation “Clean-Up” in Oaxaca

Nancy Davies: The Battle of Oaxaca in the Context of Mexico's Post-Electoral Crisis

Al Giordano: Grenade Attack vs. Daily Por Esto! Fails to Silence Authentic Journalists

Al Giordano: On the Eve of the Crisis in Mexican Democracy, Your Journalists Need Mobility and Equipment to Report What Comes Next

James Daria: Two Days in the Life of Oaxaca's Revolution

Nancy Davies: Dirty War for Control of the Media in Oaxaca

Bill Conroy: Please Help Keep the Narco News Ship Seaworthy for the Journey Ahead

George Salzman: State Forces Attack the Popular Media in Oaxaca

Al Giordano: Fraud and Loathing on the Campaign Trail in Chiapas

Nancy Davies: General Strike in Oaxaca: 80,000 Workers Participate in Stoppage to Support the Popular Movement

Al Giordano: Mexico’s Partial Vote Recount Confirms Massive and Systematic Election Fraud

Nancy Davies: Silent March for Victims as Dirty War Accelerates

Margarita Salazar: The Other Campaign Is On the Move Up North, Too

Nancy Davies: Attorney General of Oaxaca Issues Arrest Warrants For Fifty Movement Leaders

Al Giordano: Narco News Seeks Webmaster

Dan Feder: The Benefits of Dropping Everything and Coming to work Somewhere in América for Narco News

Nancy Davies: Movement in Oaxaca Faces Threats and Gunfire as 300 Federal Police Arrive in the State Capital

Wes Enzinna: Let Them Have Tractors: New Steps in Bolivia’s Agrarian Reform

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca’s State TV Station Under Popular Control

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca’s State Offices Blocked

Javier Salinas Cesareo: EZLN Comandantes Will Join the Struggle to Free Atenco Prisoners

John Gibler: Time and Urgency: Reflections on the Politics of Listening in the Other Campaign

Hermann Bellinghausen: Government Prevents Subcomandante Marcos’ Radio Appearance

Gilberto López y Rivas: The Results of Deception

Subcomandante Marcos: The Words of Delegate Zero in Atenco, July 11

Nancy Davies: Bishop Samuel Ruiz Visits Oaxaca

Zapateando Alternative Communication Team: Proclamation Against Fraud

Al Giordano: Death by Video: Mexico’s Election Fraud Is Coming Undone

Margarita Salazar: Mexico’s “Democracy” Spurns Millions of Immigrants that Sustain Its Economy

Al Giordano: A Full Recount Would Show that López Obrador Won Mexico’s Presidency by More than One Million Votes

James Daria and Dul Santamaria: Oaxaca’s Social Rebellion Faces New Challenges as the Movement Enters a New Phase

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Initiates Alternative Government

Al Giordano: In Mexico, 2.5 Million Missing Votes Reappear: López Obrador Reduces Calderón’s Official Margin to 0.6 percent

Subcomandante Marcos: Marcos Speaks: Fox and the IFE Modified the PREP Results to Prepare an Electoral Fraud

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Voters Punish the PRI

Margarita Salazar: On Mexico’s Election Day, Protests Against the “Electoral Farce” at the Los Angeles Consulate

Nancy Davies: “No Truce; Not One Step Back”

Al Giordano: And the Winner in Mexico Is… The Zapatista Other Campaign

Nancy Davies: A Teacher in Every Town

Adolfo Gilly: Atenco: Never Again

the Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca: A Call from the Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca

Lieutenant Colonel Moisés: Communiqué from the Intergalactic Commission of the EZLN on the Intercontinental Encuentro

Nancy Davies: The Uprising of Oaxaca – How Far Can it Go?

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Government Stages “Protest March” Against Striking Teachers

Margarita Salazar: Protest in Front of Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles Demonstrates Outrage Over Repression in Oaxaca

Geoffrey Harman: Four Weeks that Shook Oaxaca

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Teachers Organize “Popular Assembly” to Oppose the State Government

Issue #41 April 1 - June 19, 2006

John Ross (Questions) and Al Giordano (Responses): John Ross’ “Twenty Questions for Big Al, the Other Campaign, and the Zapatista Army of National Liberation”

Nancy Davies: In Oaxaca Mega-March, 400,000 Send A Firm No to the Repression by Governor Ulises Ruiz Ortíz

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Teachers Retake the Center of the State Capital, Waiting for Negotiations

James Daria and Dul Santamaría: Police Unleash Repression Against Oaxaca Teachers

Subcomandante Marcos: Oaxaca: Informative Bulletin from the Sixth Commission of the EZLN

Geoffrey Harman: Teachers Repel 3,000 Police from Oaxaca’s Historic Center

Margarita Salazar: Thousands Mobilize in Los Angeles to Block the Total Destruction of the South Central Farm

Margarita Salazar: Farmers Kicked Out of Community Farm in South-Central Los Angeles

Juan: Message to the Youth

Greg Berger: “My Friends Are in Trouble, and I Need Your Help to Defend Them”

Nancy Davies: Stand-off Continues as Oaxaca Teachers’ Strike enters Fourth Week

John Ross: The Ominous Shadow of 1988 Hovers Over this July’s Mexican Presidential Election

Subcomandante Marcos: “How is it possible that the government assassinates a young student and to the government, the political parties and the mass media everything stays the same?”

Quetzal Belmont: Friends and Family Say Goodbye to Ollin Alexis Benhumea Hernández

Subcomandante Marcos: Letter from Subcomandante Marcos to the Family of Alexis Benhumea

Liz Munsell: Student Mobilizations Produce Chile’s Largest Protests Since the Fall of Pinochet

Amy Casada-Alaníz: Narco News Journalists Are Tough as a Two-Dollar Steak… but Still Need the Engagement and Support of the Community

George Salzman: The Battle of Oaxaca Through an Ex-Pat’s Eyes

Juan Trujillo: Student Alex Benhumea Dies in a City Hospital a Month after the Repression in Atenco

Al Giordano: “The World Is Going to Hell, Are Ya Just Gonna Sit There?”

Juan Trujillo: East to West and North to South, the Other Campaign in National March Demanded Liberty and Justice

Nancy Davies: Oaxaca Near Meltdown Over Teacher Strike

Dan Feder: One Month from the Atenco Atrocities and the Zapatista “Red Alert,” Narco News is Working Harder than Ever

Al Giordano: Police Testify that the Beatings and Arbitrary Arrests in Atenco Were Committed on Explict Orders from Above

Al Giordano: In Mexico, a Month Later, the Police Brutality in Atenco is Covered Up with Newer Violations of Human Rights

Subcomandante Marcos: The Other According to…

Matthew Stein: Deception at the Heart of Uribe’s Re-Election

Subcomandante Marcos: A Letter from Delegate Zero to Adherents of the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle and the Other Campaign

Sergio Rodríguez Lascano: “If You Listen, Mexico 2006 Seems a lot Like Chiapas in 1992”

Sergio Rodríguez Lascano: A Different Path for Latin America Rides Through Mexico

Sergio Rodríguez Lascano: A Message for the Intellectuals and their “Magnificent Alibi to Avoid Struggle and Confrontation”

Dan Feder: Weak Mandate for Uribe in Colombia as Most Citizens Skip Vote

Sergio Rodríguez Lascano: The Extra Element: Organization

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: A Video by the Other Journalism Screens on Oaxaca’s Isthmus

Al Giordano: The Zapatista Other Campaign vs. Mexico’s 2006 Presidential “Election”

TeleSUR: Police Aggression in Atenco Meant to Send an “Intimidating Message” to the Mexican People

Al Giordano: The Zapatista Other Campaign and the Netwar over Defining Atenco

The Bogotá Connection on WNUR

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: Democracy on the Hacienda

Ángeles Barrios Cabrera: The Other Campaign on the Other Side Calls for Meeting

Emir Olivares Alonso: Several People Wounded By Bullets in the Invasion of Atenco, NGO Doctor Reveals

Carlos Fazio: Atenco’s “Operation Rescue” Planned by PFP and Approved by Fox, Following Established “Dirty War” Tactics

Al Giordano: Video Appears on Internet of the Illegal Arrest of Chilean Filmmaker Valentina Palma, May 4, in Atenco

John Ross: The “Dirty War” Returns to Mexico

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Police Recognize Atenco Repression as Illegal

Raquel Gutiérrez Aguilar: Letter to Valentina Palma, Cristina Valls and María Sostres, Foreign Women Deported from Mexico

Israel Davila: Javier Cortés Was Shot from Less than 28 Inches Away

Hermann Bellinghausen: Interview with Subcomandante Marcos, Part III: “The ruling class and the system don’t have a solution”

Al Giordano: Case Files: Testimonies of Rape by Police in the Aftermath of Atenco

Lieutenant Colonel Moises: May 19 and 28: “No one can hold back our mobilizations”

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: Let the cries of "You are not alone!" Tear Down the Prison Walls

RJ Maccani: I Don’t Know What I Would Do Without Narco News

Al Giordano: U.S. Political Consultants Dick Morris and Rob Allyn Are the Virtual Rapists of Atenco

Bill Conroy: Leaked Report: Drug Traffickers Obtained Classified DEA Documents from U.S. Embassy in Bogotá “At Will”

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Marcos: Either Release All Prisoners from Atenco, Or We All Go to Jail

Miles Train: The Man Who Lost His Garments

Amber Howard: Mexican National Meeting of Legal Strategies for the Other Campaign

Juan Trujillo: Students Maintain Blockade Despite Repression

Hermann Bellinghausen: Interview with Subcomandante Marcos, Part II: “At This Rate, the Elections Will Take Place Under Military Supervision”

the Narco News Road Team: A Week After the Repression in Atenco, Alexis Benhumea’s Life Hangs in the Balance

Valentina Palma Novoa: “They Ordered Me to Lay My Head In a Pool of Blood”

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: More Police Repression in Mexico

Hermann Bellinghausen: Interview with Subcomandante Marcos: “The conflicts already exist. The Other Campaign makes them visible.”

the Intergalactic Commission of the EZLN: The International Network Mobilizes

Quetzal Belmont: Letter from Ángel Benhumea to the Other Campaign, to the Workers of the Countryside and the City

Miguel Fuentes: Solidarity with the Atenco Movement in Paris

Declaration of the Fourth National Indigenous Congress, in San Pedro Atlapulco

Quetzal Belmont: “Hard Line” or Witch Hunt?

Armando G. Tejeda: Spanish Women Tell of Abuse at the Hands of Mexican Police

Mercedes Osuna: Join in the Grand Struggle to Break the Media Boycott Against the Zapatista Other Campaign

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Atenco: After the Lies Come the Facts

Oscar Olivera Foronda and Abraham Grandydier: Communiqué from Cochabamba, Bolivia of Solidarity with Atenco’s Struggle

Al Giordano: LA Times Reporters Jump on the Coffin of 14-Year-Old Javier Cortés in Atenco to Invent an Untrue Story

Mark Swier and RJ Maccani: The “Other Cinco de Mayo” in NYC

Santi Trias Molist: “Enough!”: Letter from a Spanish Citizen Forced to Leave Caracol Roberto Barrios by the Zapatista Red Alert

James Daria and Dul Santamaría: A First-Hand Account of Police Repression against Press Freedom and the Other Campaign in Oaxaca

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Police Brutality in Atenco: Reports of Rape and Murder as the Number of Political Prisoners and Disappeared Passes 400

Amber Howard: Last But Not Least: National University Students Join Atenco March

Al Giordano: Marcos Reappears in Atenco and Challenges Commercial Media to “Tell the Truth”

Juan Trujillo: Unofficial List Released of Arrested, Hospitalized and Missing from the Events in Atenco

Amber Howard: People Respond with Solidarity to Violence in Atenco

Alberto Híjar: Machetes in the Air

the Popular Autonomous Town Council: San Blas Leader Assassinated in Oaxaca

Giovanni Proiettis: In Chiapas, a Response to the Violence Against Atenco

Ricardo Sala: Mexico’s Lost Opportunity Toward Drug Legalization

Raymundo Reynoso: Demonstration Called in Los Angeles, at Mexican Consulate, for 8 a.m. on Friday

Al Giordano: Protest at Mexican Consulate in New York, Friday, 12:30 p.m., Against the Repressive and Violent Regime of Vicente Fox

Quetzal Belmont: Atenco: A Violent Attack Against The Other Campaign Adherents

Bertha Rodríguez Santos and Al Giordano: Zapatista Red Alert: The Other Mexico on the Verge of an Explosion from Below

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: At the Zócalo, May 1st, Marcos Warns the Rich: “We’re Taking Everything!”

Al Giordano: Free Journalists Dul Santamaria and James Daria! (And What You Can Do to Help Find and Free Them)

Al Giordano: “Take Back What Belongs to Us!”: Marcos Previews the Other Message of May 1st

Dan Feder: Colombia’s Secret Narco-Police

John Ross: 100 Years After the Mexican Labor Movement Was Born, Miners’ Blood Once Again Stains the Nation

Al Giordano: In Nezahualcoyotl, Marcos Announces that May 1 Labor March “Will Meet In Front of the U.S. Embassy” in Mexico City

Amber Howard: Morelos Residents Fight Back Against a Garbage Dump that Is Polluting their Land and Poisoning their Children

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Marcos in Guerrero: “Now We Have Found the People We Were Looking For”

Mercedes Osuna: A Call for Translators to Collaborate with the Other Journalism

Al Giordano: Subcomandante Marcos Salutes the Community Police in Guerrero

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Marcos: “Only With a War in the Mexican Southeast” Will They Be Able to Build the Parota Dam in Guerrero

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Marcos Asks the People to Listen to Each Other

Karla Garza: From the Other Morelos, in the Other Campaign, “¡Zapata Vive!”

Al Giordano: Showdown In Cuernavaca: The Zapatista Other Campaign Occupies a Construction Site

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Marcos in Zapata’s Morelos: “Democracy, Liberty and Justice, but This Time for Those from Below”

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: “We Will Fight To the End,” Students, Neighborhood Residents and Fishermen of Michoacán Assure Marcos

Amber Howard: An Autonomous School, Zapatista Style, is Born in Michoacán

Hermann Bellinghausen: EZLN and CNI Urgently Convoke Fourth Indigenous National Congress

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Zapatistas in Zirahuén: “They fight united and fight well, for their land, for their forests, and for their lake, too”

Issue #40 January 1 - March 31, 2006

Hermann Bellinghausen: Colima State Government Moves from Indifference to Repression, Marcos Is Told

George Salzman: Hey Man! There’s Only One Way to Learn the Truth. You Gotta Keep Trying

Al Giordano: Reading the Zapatista “Other Campaign” Via the Internet: Part I - Guanajuato

Bill Conroy: Narco News: “Browser can’t find server”

Al Giordano: 2006 Spring Offensive: Narco News Is “Going For Broke”

Unions with the Other Campaign and the Zapatista Army of National Liberation: Call to Attend the First National Workers’ Gathering

Mark Swier: “Other Loves” in the “Other Campaign”

Oaxacan Political Prisoners: Letters to the Other Campaign from Oaxaca’s Political Prisoners

Benjamin Melançon: Only You, the Readers, Can Keep Narco News and the Other Journalism Running at Full Power

Al Giordano: Oaxaca State Police Arrest Nicanor Salud Rasgado of the Other Campaign in San Blas Atempa… Again

Catherine Austin Fitts: Dillon, Read & Co. Inc. and the Aristocracy of Prison Profits: Part VI

Al Giordano: San Blas Atempa to Defy Threats by Oaxaca State Government with a Protest on Tuesday

Catherine Austin Fitts: Dillon, Read & Co. Inc. and the Aristocracy of Prison Profits: Part V

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: The Zapatistas Join Querétaro’s Struggle to Defend its Water

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: EZLN Denounces Oaxaca Violence

James Daria and Dul Santamaria: Oaxaca Under State of Repression

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: National Day of Action Against Police Brutality

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Marcos in Querétaro: We Are Going to “Jump Over to the United States, to Talk to the Mexicans on the Other Side”

Al Giordano: In Querétaro, the Zapatista “Other Campaign” Picks Up the Hammer of the Urban Worker

Catherine Austin Fitts: Dillon, Read & Co. Inc. and the Aristocracy of Prison Profits: Part IV

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Marcos: The Government Is a Middleman, Selling Off the Country to the Capitalists that Want Everything

Bill Conroy: Bogotá DEA Corruption Allegations Intersect with Covert FBI, CIA Activity in Colombia

Catherine Austin Fitts: Dillon, Read & Co. Inc. and the Aristocracy of Prison Profits: Part III

Al Giordano and Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Surrounded by 800 Heavily Armed Police Agents, San Blas Atempa, Oaxaca, Refuses to Surrender

Hiram Moreno: Police Retake Oaxaca Town Hall Occupied Since January 2005

the Popular Autonomous Town Council: Urgent Communiqué from San Blas Atempa, Oaxaca

Catherine Austin Fitts: Dillon, Read & Co. Inc. and the Aristocracy of Prison Profits: Part II

Adolfo Gilly: “Support and Solidarity with Narco News So That It May Keep Living, Narrating and Examining”

Catherine Austin Fitts: Dillon, Read & Co. Inc. and the Aristocracy of Prison Profits: Part I

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: “Repression Will Not Stop the Other Campaign”

Al Giordano: Dámaso Villanueva Arrested Friday at the Zapatista Information Booth in San Cristóbal, Chiapas

Bill Conroy: New Documents Shed More Light on Alleged DEA Corruption in Colombia

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: The Reality for Mexicans Who Cross the Border

Bertha Rodríguez Santos: Former Braceros and Zapatistas Unite to End the System that Beats Them Down

Al Giordano: Subcomandante Marcos Invites the Braceros to Go with Him to Meet Mexicans that Live and Work In the United States

Stan Gotlieb: Get In On the Action: It Will Add Meaning and Happiness to Your Life

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: How Big is the World?

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: Communiqué to Clarify the Lies About Our Trip Through Oaxaca

Dan Feder: In Colombia, Too, They’re Saying: Narco News Is Needed More Than Ever

Blanco Cabrera and Rafael Castañeda Pineda: Communist Participation in the Zapatista Rainbow

RJ Maccani: No Surrender…

Teo Ballvé: “We Are Trying to Construct Something Different, Something New: A New Way of Doing Journalism”

Al Giordano: Don Marcos of La Selva vs. the Mega-Windmill of Capitalism

Al Giordano: The Spirit of Ricardo Flores Magón Lives On in Cesar Martínez and His Newspaper, El Cortamortaja

James Daria and Dul Santamaria: Community Radio in Oaxaca Spreads the Other Campaign to the Four Winds

Subcomandante Marcos: Subcomandante Marcos Apologizes to the Basque People

James Daria and Dul Santamaria: Other Campaign Volunteer Imprisoned for Distributing Leaflets in Santiago Xanica

Daniela Lima and RJ Maccani: You Are Not Alone…

Michael Kummer: Ya Basta (“Enough Already”) in San Blas, Oaxaca

Popular Autonomous Town Council: San Blas: A Model for Undoing the Authoritarian Political Model in Oaxaca, Mexico, and the World

Oscar Olivera Foronda: The Social Movements Need Narco News, and Narco News Needs Your Help

Hermann Bellinghausen: “This System is Going to Collapse Soon,” Warns Marcos

Sarahy Flores Sosa: “Let Us Be Your Eyes and Ears in Mexico”

Ellen and James Fields: “Every Dollar Is Stretched as Far as Possible”

James Daria, RJ Maccani, Daniela Lima and Dul Santamaria: The Other Campaign is Growing in Oaxaca

Al Giordano: The People Are Counting on Us to Report, but We Have to Count on You for Support

Luis A. Gómez: Send Money and Coffee for this Hot Year Ahead

Hermann Bellinghausen: Marcos: Believing Politicians Can Change is a “Misreading” of the Sixth Declaration

Jeb Sprague: Haiti: Hopes for a Peaceful Alternative as the UN Plans to Invade Cité Soleil

Hermann Bellinghausen: Marcos Calls For a Uniting of Scattered Struggles in Order to Change the Country

Rosamaría González Romero: Subcomandante Marcos’ Visit to Chichén Itzá

Al Giordano: Marcos Rips Up the Script: “We’re going to Chichen Itzá”

Rafael Gómez Chi: Voices from the Zapatista Plenary Session in Chablekal, Yucatán

Teo Ballvé: In Quintana Roo, Marcos is Met by a State on the March

Al Giordano: Marcos’ New Politics Nears Mexico’s Newest State: Quintana Roo

Al Giordano: Yucatán Awaits the Arrival of Zapatista Subcomandante Marcos

Bill Conroy: Leaked Memo: Corrupt DEA Agents in Colombia Help Narcos and Paramilitaries

Andrew Kennis: Zapatistas Reloaded

Andrew Kennis: Legendary Zapatista Leader Comandanta Ramona Has Died

José Pertierra: Posada Carriles May Soon Hit the Streets

Concepción Villafuerte: Marcos in La Hormiga: “All the Simple and Humble People Should Leave the PRI”

Concepción Villafuerte: The Urban Indigenous’ Role in the ’94 Zapatista Uprising

Julie Webb-Pullman: La Hormiga Turns Out in Force

Concepción Villafuerte: Zapatistas Take the City of Palenque for the First Time

Giovanni Proiettis: A Two-Wheeled Rocinante from the Jungle

Julie Webb-Pullman: The Freedom Fighters of Tomorrow

Concepción Villafuerte: Subcomandante Marcos Asks for Actions “Rich in Imagination” to Promote the Other Campaign

Concepción Villafuerte: “Those Who Are Now Asking Us to Forget All This Are Deciding Such Things in This Country’s Castles and Palaces”

Concepción Villafuerte: What is the Sixth Zapatista Declaration?

Issue #39 September 6, 2005 - December 31, 2005

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: A Very Paramilitary Christmas

Quetzal Belmont: Eight Years After the Acteal Massacre, a Time to Create an Other Journalism

The Other Journalism With The Other Campaign: The Other Journalism About the Other Campaign

Luis A. Gomez and Jean Friedsky: Voting vs. Movement

Jean Friedsky: Two Years Gone

Bill Conroy: Tracking the Bloody Footprints in the House of Death: Part III

Bill Conroy: Tracking the Bloody Footprints in the House of Death: Part II

Bill Conroy: Tracking the Bloody Footprints in the House of Death: Part I

Jean Friedsky: Coca Cookies and Constitutional Dreams

Sean Donahue: Resisting the New Conquistadors

Erich Moncada: I’m With Venezuela...

Juan Trujillo Limones: New Zapatista “Caracol” Created in Mexico

Ramón Acevedo: Colombian Military Attacks Campesinos

José Mirtenbaum Kniebel: The Struggle for Coca Decriminalization in Bolivia

Gustavo de Greiff Restrepo: A Letter from Gustavo de Greiff Restrepo

Luis A. Gómez: More Demons Loose in Bolivia

Luis A. Gómez: Making Noise in the Name of Narco News

Jean Friedsky: Land War in Bolivia

Benjamin Melançon: An Offer to Match Donations for Narco News Fall Fundraising Campaign

Greg Berger: A Letter from Greg Berger

Al Giordano: “We’ll Call You…” Announcing the Narco News Consulta

Bill Weaver: A Letter from Bill Weaver

Jean Friedsky and Luis A. Gómez: The New Battle for Coca in Peru

Jean Friedsky: A Letter from Jean Friedsky

Raquel Gutiérrez Aguilar: A Letter from Raquel Gutiérrez Aguilar

Mitchell Anderson: The Zapatistas Interrogate History

Al Giordano: Marcos to Launch Six Month Tour of All of Mexico Beginning January 1

Raúl Zibechi: A Letter to Narco News Readers from Uruguayan Journalist Raúl Zibechi

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: “Together, We’re Going to Shake This Country Up from Below, Lift It Up, and Stand It on Its Head”

Luis A. Gómez: Please, Toss Some Coins to the Clowns

Al Giordano: 106 Hours of Listening in the Mexican Southeast

Bill Conroy: FOIA Records Link U.S. Officials to Mass Murder in Mexico

Jean Friedsky and Luis A. Gómez: Bolivia on the Train of Life

Al Giordano: Then Came the Humans

Colectivo “5tA brigada... ay karmela,” Mexico City: The Fifth... Enters the Sixth

Issue #38 June 20 - September 5, 2005

Ramón Acevedo: Colombia: Displaced Communities Take Action

Quetzalcoatl G. Fontanot: A New War of the Mitzón?

Al Giordano: Growing Up Zapatista

Anna Gurney: A First Encounter with the Zapatistas

Bill Conroy: Another Lawsuit Filed in House of Death Case

Al Giordano: The Zapatistas Activate a New Kind of Bomb in the Mexican Southeast

Luis A. Gómez: Narco News Contributor Attacked in Puerto Rico

Ricardo Sala: “I Went to Nuevo Laredo, and I Survived”

Dan Feder: U.S. Threatens to Pull Venezuela Drug War Certification

Maria Botey Pascual: How the Victory at Atenco Was Won

Maria Botey Pascual: Atenco: From Local Battle to National and Global Cause

Al Giordano: Welcome Telesur to the Struggle to Light Up the Skies

Neil Harvey: Wagers and Risks in the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle

Jeremy Bigwood: Mycoherbicide Redux

Andrew Stelzer: “Help Plant the Seeds that Will Grow Into Tomorrow’s Gary Webbs”

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: Information Apartheid in Colombia

José Mirtenbaum: Eastern Autonomy in Contemporary Bolivia

George B. Sanchez: “Proof Again that Investigative Reporting Isn’t Dying”

Cynthia McKinney: Congress Member to ICE: “Stop this Kind of Outrageous Activity”

Bill Conroy: Ex-DEA El Paso Chief Slams U.S. Attorney Sutton Over “Murders Gov’t Could Have Prevented”

Jean Friedsky: “Because of and for the Benefit of the People”

Renato Rovai: Scent of a Coup in Latest News on Workers’ Party

the Zapatista Army of National Liberation: What We Want to Do

Gary Webb: Dark Alliance: Day Three

Gary Webb: Dark Alliance: Day Two

Andrew Stelzer: Investigate This... If They Let You

Dan Feder: Gary Webb’s “Dark Alliance” Returns to the Internet

Gary Webb: Dark Alliance: Day One

Al Giordano: How Authentic Journalists Caught an International Terrorist in Mexico

Luis A. Gómez: The Bloody Face of “Bambi”

Issue #37 April 18 - June 20, 2005

Julio Mamani Conde: Are the U.S. and Bolivian Governments Trying to Bribe the Social Movements?

Al Giordano: Help Protect Your Journalists at an Hour of Moral Crisis

Dan Feder: “Working Behind the Scenes”: The Details of U.S. Government Support for the Venezuelan Opposition

Bill Conroy: Zetas Burn Media’s Script in War on Drugs

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: “In Such a Demonic Age as This, There Is No Room for Calm”

Natalia Viana: Oxi: A New Drug in the Amazon

Al Giordano: Not Enough

Ron Smith: Camilo Mejia’s Long Journey of Conscience From Nicaragua, to Iraq, to Military Prison

Dan Feder: U.S. Soldiers Accused of Selling Arms to Colombian Paramilitaries

Al Giordano: “Stand Up and Be Counted with the People of Latin America!”

Al Giordano: Democracy Triple Play: Ecuador to Mexico to the OAS

Quetzal Belmont: “Peje el Toro Is Innocent!”

Paul Henry and Chris Fee: Ecuador’s Social Movements Fight for Democracy

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: The Business Needs You

Greg Berger: “Another Vile Three-Headed Monster Threatens Humanity”

George B. Sanchez: Five Years in the Trenches

Issue #36 February 24 - April 17, 2005
Issue #35 November 7 2004 - February 23, 2005

Michael Ratnerand Ellen Ray: Guantánamo Bay Military Commissions and the Supreme Court

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: Colombia in Negative

Sean Donahue: New Coca Fumigation Program Drives Poor Colombians Off Lands

Michael Ratner and Ellen Ray: Guantánamo Bay: Testimony and Case Details

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: “A Gentleman Goes Twice”

Al Giordano: Condoleeza Rice vs. Democracy in Mexico

Charlie Hardy: Saint Gary Webb

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: Colombia’s Double Standard for Terrorism, Part II

Michael Ratner and Ellen Ray: Abuse And Torture at Guantánamo Bay

Jeremy Bigwood: WOLA Drops the Ball with New Book, Shifts to the Right on Drug War

Michael Ratner and Ellen Ray: Guantánamo Bay and Rule by Executive Fiat

Michael Ratner and Ellen Ray: “Officials In the U.S. Government Have Committed War Crimes”

Luis A. Gómez: Peruvian Drug Control Agency: Coca Cola Buys Coca Leaves

Jules Siegel: The Inquisition Strikes Back

Al Giordano and Bill Conroy: NY Times and Washington Post Reporters Smear Missing Texans as Narcos

George B. Sanchez: The Life and Times of Gary Webb

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: Colombia’s Double Standard for Terrorism

Jennifer Whitney: Democracy Doesn’t Exist – It Is Made

Luis A. Gómez: 1, 2, 3... El Alto Scores a Knockout Against Suez Company in Water Dispute

Sean Donahue: The “Salvador Option” in Context

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Pacho Cortés Leaves Prison, Under House Arrest

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Francisco “Pacho” Cortés Close to Freedom

Luis A. Gómez: The Long Road to Making “Goni” Pay For His Crimes

Luis A. Gómez: Memory’s Struggle Against the Labyrinth of Power

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: Welcome to Your Colony

the Notes From Nowhere Collective: Walking: We Ask Questions

Cynthia McKinney: Cynthia McKinney: “We Need Narco News, and It Needs Us”

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Eduardo Galeano: “The War on Drugs is a Great Imperial Hypocrisy”

the Notes From Nowhere collective: Power: Building it Without Taking it

Issue #34 August 6 - November 6, 2004

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: A New Beginning for Uruguay

the Notes From Nowhere Collective: Clandestinity: Resisting State Repression

the Notes From Nowhere Collective: Carnival: Resistance Is the Secret of Joy

Manuela Aldabe: Uruguay Votes Today: "An Historic Triumph for Latin America" and South American Unity

the Narco News J-School Radio Team: The Coca Leaf: Tradition and Struggle

Amber Howard and Natalia Viana: Last Chance for Gas in Bolivia

the Notes From Nowhere collective: Autonomy: Creating Spaces for Freedom

Manuela Aldabe: Uruguay Elections: "We Will Be Able to Begin to Make Changes in Drug Policy"

the Notes From Nowhere Collective: Networks: The Ecology of the Movements

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: The United States Opposes New Agreement Between Government and Coca Growers

José Mirtenbaum Kniebel: The Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) and Drugs: A Perverse Omission?

the Notes From Nowhere Collective: Emergence: An Irresistible Global Uprising

Al Giordano: Narco News Publishes Seven Essays from We Are Everywhere

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Bolivian Drug War Myths Fall Apart

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Violence Returns to the Chapare

Manuela Aldabe: “Shoulders to the Wheel!”

Romina Trincheri: “We Are Optimistic As We Face a Daunting Task”

Bill Conroy: What Is the Cost of Freedom?

Sean Donahue: “The Training Camp In the War to Defend the Imagination”

George Sanchez: “The price of supporting Narco News vs. the price of losing Narco News"

Daniel Fleming: “The Only Control Over Narco News Is that of the Reader”

Charlie Hardy: “If We Want a Better World, We’ve Got to Work for It”

Andrew Stelzer: "You Are Supporting Something Very Powerful"

Bill Conroy: DEA Agent’s Whistleblower Case Exposes the “War on Drugs” as a “War of Pretense”

Al Giordano: The Season to Get Serious Again

Teo Ballvé: A Tale of Two Bolivias

Karla Aguilar, Litzie Escobar and Vladimir Flores García: Coca Leaf Is Not a Drug

Manuela Aldabe and Daniel Fleming: The Word on the Bolivian Street

Claudia Espinoza: La Paz Paralyzed; Strikes and Blockades Return to Bolivia

Quetzal Belmont: Pirate Radio Hits Cochabamba

Romina Trincheri: Coca: Food, Medicine, and Ritual in Bolivia

Litzie Escobar: The Life and Work of an Authentic Journalist

Pablo Francischelli: Bolivia Heats Up Once Again

Quetzal Belmont: "Journalism Is in Crisis"

Amy Casada-Alaniz: Oscar Olivera, Spokesman for the People

Manuela Aldabe: Policies of Exclusion

Eartha Melzer: Using the Government to Investigate the Drug War

Al Giordano: Penn & Schoen's Inaccurate and Dishonest "Exit Poll" on Chávez Vote

Gissel Gonzales: The Authentic Journalism Renaissance

Daniel Fleming: Plan Colombia Is Driving Many People to Hunger

Justin Delacour and Diana Barahona: The Carter Center’s Jennifer McCoy

José Mirtenbaum: Herding Cats at the School of Authentic Journalism

Benjamin Maurice Melançon: Safety in Conflict Zones

Benjamin Maurice Melançon: Alternative Crops Aren’t an Alternative

Andrea Wilkins y Martínez: Tragic Comedy

Yasmin Khan: “The War on The Cocaleros Has Brought Bolivia Nothing But Poverty and Death.”

Tigran Feiler: The Criminalization of Social Movements in the Andes

Natalia Viana: A Bolivian Military Colonel Speaks

Baylen Linnekin: Monitoring the Drug War in Bolivia

Sean Donahue: The Heart of the Bolivian Coca Trade

Amber Howard: A Sunrise Raid on a Coca Field

Al Giordano: The Condor Flies

Issue #33 April 11 - August 5, 2004

Jennifer Whitney: The War for Defense of the Truth

Justin Delacour: Spinning “Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics”

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Bolivians Demand Recovery of Gas From Foreign Corporations

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: A Referendum Divides Bolivia

Al Giordano: Terms of Denouement for Venezuela Opposition

Dan Feder: Increasing Repression, U.S. Intervention, and Popular Opposition in Colombia

Baylen Linnekin: “Attack the Wrongheaded Drug Policies”

Bill Conroy: Confessions of a Media Gatekeeper

Sterling Harris: “Everyone Must Know What Is Going On”

Greg Berger: “Coming Together from the Poor South and the Wealthy North”

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Piedad Córdoba: Plan Colombia Has Been a Total Failure

Andrea Wilkins y Martínez: "Where People Like Me Learn Not to Lie to People Like You"

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: A Humanitarian Mission Hopes to Win Pacho Cortés’s Freedom

Pablo Francischelli: Between Immense Happiness and Anxiety

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Voices From Around the World Unite for the Release of “Pacho” Cortés

Manuela Aldabe: With a Camera, a Backpack, Books, and Illusions

Bill Conroy: Big Brother on the Border

Sarahy Flores Sosa: The Joyful Rebellion

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: A Struggle for the Nationalization of Bolivia’s Gas

Al Giordano: In Their Own Words

Romina Trincheri: "A True Chance to Achieve Effective Change"

Teo Ballvé: "Where Do I Find América?"

Bill Conroy: Epilogue

Amy Casada-Alaniz: A Letter from Amy Casada-Alaniz

Bill Conroy: The Dysfunctional Anti-Drug Agencies

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Supposed “Terrorists” Win Their Freedom After 13 Months Behind Bars

Luis Gómez: "All Hands on Deck!"

Andrew Grice: A Letter from Andrew Grice

Bill Conroy: Airline Passengers At Risk from DEA Drug Sting Shipments

Bill Conroy: From the DEA to "Homeland Security"

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Zapatista Children and the Secrets of War

Bill Conroy: Government Betrays Inspector Who Went Undercover for U.S. Customs

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: The Zapatistas Reject the War on Drugs

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: The Mysterious Silence of the Mexican Zapatistas

Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos: "It could be that he has died... but it could be that he has not"

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: The Last Interview: Authentic Journalist Amado Avendaño Figueroa (1938-2004)

Bill Conroy: Politically Connected

Peter Gorman: Fumigations Continue in Colombia Despite Court Ordered Suspensions

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Democracy, Liberty and Justice in México

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: More Than 100 Families Retake their Communities

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Oventik, Where Freedom Breathes

Bill Conroy: The House of Death

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Violence Returns to Chiapas Communities

Sarah de Haro: Blockades Begin in Peru

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Bolivian Drug War Prisoners: We Were Tortured

Al Giordano: Poppies Planted on a Reporter's Patio

Luis Gómez: Coup d'État Plot, Exposed, Shakes Bolivia

Bill Conroy: Swept Under the Rug

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: "The Airwaves Belong to the People"

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Celebrating Venezuelan Democracy

Bill Conroy: Firestorm

Issue #32 January 1 - April 10, 2004

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: The Struggle for a “Constituents’ Assembly”

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: A Military Base Shakes the Yungas

Adam Saytanides: Giordano Wins Upton Sinclair Award for Press Freedom

Al Giordano: Aristide, Bush, Chávez, Kerry: When Presidents Collide

Al Giordano: Announcing 37 Scholarships in Authentic Journalism

Al Giordano: Meet the 2004 School of Authentic Journalism Faculty

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Bolivian Peasant Farmers Step Up Pressure, Begin Planting More Coca

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: The Draconian “Law 1008” Will Be Revised

Luis Gómez: The People of the Sacred Leaf

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Francisco “Pacho” Cortés Is Transferred to La Paz

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Coca Decriminalization in Debate

Karine Mueller: Brazil's New Drug Law

Bill Conroy: Reckless Driving

Luis Gómez: The Road to Lima

Ben Melançon: A Letter from Ben Melançon

Trevor Top: A Letter from Trevor Top

Bill Conroy: Quid Pro Quo

Nate Johnson: A Letter from Nate Johnson

Bill Conroy: U.S. Customs whistleblower exposes dangerous freight

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: “Pacho” Cortés from Jail

the International Action Center: Witnesses: "Aristide Under Lock & Key"

Bill Conroy: Green Quest

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: The Clamor of Francisco "Pacho" Cortés from Chonchocoro

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: A Letter from Laura del Castillo Matamoros in Colombia

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: "Pacho Is an Innocent Prisoner"

Bill Conroy: The Hydra

Colleen Glynn: A Letter from Colleen Glynn

Bill Conroy: "The Racist Manifesto"

Numa St. Louis: Haiti 2004: The Great Irony

Tim Meehan: Letter from Tim Meehan of Pot TV

Luis Gómez: Peru Before the Battle

Al Giordano: Bolivia: Real People Who Are Winning Elections

Bill Conroy: Shooting the Messenger

Al Giordano: In Brazil: Fabio Mesquita & Regina Bueno Exonerated

Bill Conroy: The Belly of the Snake

Al Giordano: Five Questions About Haiti and the Coup Attempt

Bill Conroy: Investigation Derailed

Bill Conroy: Borderline Security

Al Giordano: A "Terrorism" Case Without Proof in Bolivia

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Terrorists? Or Political Prisoners?

Al Giordano: Meet Alex Contreras Baspineiro

Al Giordano: Narco News Reborn

Issue #31 July 23 - October 18, 2003

Al Giordano and Luis Gómez: Closing Statement

Andrea Arenas Alípaz and Luis Gómez: The A-B-C of Popular Revolt

Al Giordano: Weblog Beats Wires in Reporting Bolivia President’s Resignation

Charles Hardy: Participatory Democracy in Venezuela

Al Giordano: Journalist Alex Contreras Detained Illegally by Bolivian Authorities

Augusto Fernández C.: Colombia’s New Age of Terror

Dan Feder: Ecuador’s Indigenous Vow to Oppose Plan Colombia

Al Giordano: The Three-and-a-half Years Miracle

Al Giordano: Authentic Journalists Win Scholarships for Upcoming Rowe Weekend

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: A Witch-Hunt Against Coca Farmers

Annalena Oeffner: A Life of Struggle

Charles Hardy: “A New World is Possible, Urgent, and Necessary”

Luis Gómez: Washington Meddles in Mexico´s Granting of Travel Visas

Al Giordano: Cancún Trade Battle also Turns the Tables on the Drug War

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Farmers and Indigenous United

Annalena Oeffner: Getting the Story Wrong: The Press and the Zapatistas

Al Giordano: “I Live In The Bronx” Documentary Premiers on SalonChingon.com

Noah Friedsky: Giuliani's Mexico City Game

Laura Del Castillo: “The World Did Not Become More Drunk When Alcohol Was Legalized”

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: “Ecuador’s President is a Puppet of the World Bank”

Noah Friedsky: Mexico Denies Visas to Evo Morales and other World Leaders

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Land Reform in Venezuela

Laura Del Castillo: “Coca Cultivation Is the Only Option for Many Farmers”

Narco News Agency: Announcing Two Scholarships for Authentic Journalists or Students

Luis Gómez: To Speak with the Owner of the Circus...

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Indigenous Rights Attorney Joe Castillo Assassinated in Venezuela

Renato Rovai: Drug Legalization Debate Surges in Latin America

Luis Gómez: Argentina: Decriminalizing Medical Marijuana

Raquel Gutiérrez Aguilar: Indigenous Peoples: Distinct Paths, Common Quest

Ecuadorian Leaders and Organizations: Ecuadorians Condemn the Presence of Alvaro Uribe

Al Giordano: In Battle on the Plains of Heaven

The Rowe Conference Center: A Halloween Weekend Workshop with Al Giordano

Al Giordano: What is Democracy?

Ricardo Sala: Zapatistas: “A Totally New World”

Luis Gómez: A Fistful of Dollars

Luis Gómez: Reducing the Risks

Subcomandante Marcos: Marcos Ends Silence: "To The National and International Press"

Subcomandante Marcos: Prologue: Zapatistas Serve Warning to the Paramilitaries

Subcomandante Marcos: I. "Dawn in the Mountains of the Mexican Southeast"

Subcomandante Marcos: II. Marcos to NGOs: Zapatistas Don’t Want Charity, but Respect

Subcomandante Marcos: III. Old Antonio's History of the Upholder of the Sky

Subcomandante Marcos: IV. A Zapatista Plan for Reality

Subcomandante Marcos: V. Education and Health in Autonomous Lands

Subcomandante Marcos: VI. In Chiapas, Zapatistas Refine Democracy from Below

Subcomandante Marcos: VII: Details on Zapatista Gathering, August 8-10, in Oventik

Luis Gómez: Argentina's Encouraging Panorama in Drug Policy

Andrew Stelzer: Narco-States: The Colombianization of Afghanistan

Luis Gómez: Stupid, Ineffective, and Contradictory

Folha de São Paulo: Folha Blasts Lula Over Drug Policy Betrayal

Al Giordano: The Specter of Indigenous Mexico

Reber Boult: The Gatekeeper Smuggles Truth to the Silver Screen

Al Giordano: Mexico’s “New Democracy” Has Not Yet Been Born

Issue #30 April. 28 - July 22, 2003

Subcomandante Marcos: Zapatistas, Post-Mexican Elections, Make Their Move

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Venezuela’s Catia TV Illegally Raided & Shut Down

Luis Gómez: Drug Policy Reformer Nominated to Supreme Court in Argentina

Wálter Fanganiello Maierovitch: The Traffic Grows Stronger

Karine Muller: An Isolated Voice in Brazil’s Congress

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Evo Reelected Coca Growers’ Leader in Bolivia

Karine Muller: Under Scrutiny

Luis Gómez: "We Don't Negotiate with Terrorists?"

Adriana Veloso: When Drug Treatment Met Harm Reduction

Karine Muller: The Construction of a Drug War Enemy

Thomas Long: NYT Stringer Blows Whistle on Unethical LatAm Coverage

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva: Lula to Wealthy Nations: "Hunger Cannot Wait"

Carola Mittrany: Gringo Style Drug-War TV Ads Blame Violence on Users

Luis Gómez: Living to Deny It

Latuff: Comment on Plan Colombia's Herbicide Spraying

Adriana Veloso: Change, Already!

Augusto Fernandez C.: Feast of Lies

Al Giordano: U.S.-Funded "Expert" Brings Reefer Madness to Brazil

Latuff: "Therapeutic Justice," Made in USA

Helena Klang: Who Shot Luciana?

Adriana Veloso: The State is to Blame

Al Giordano: The NY Times' Drug Policies and Jayson Blair

the Hon. Maria Lúcia Karam: Illicit Drugs and Globalization

Helena Klang: Rio's Crossfire

Narco News Staff: Rio de Janeiro to Discuss the Drug War

Al Giordano: Fábio Mesquita at the Threshold of Victory

Dan Feder: The Latin Americanization of the Million Marijuana March

Al Giordano: Jayson Blair Cracked the Code

Al Giordano: Readers and Journalists Comment on the NY Times-Jayson Blair Story

Andrea Arenas Alípaz: Perú in Permanent Battle for the Coca Leaf

Equipo Narco News: Marijuana Legalization Day Marches in Latin América

Al Giordano: Lula: The Drug War is a Class War

Narco News Readers: Comment on Lula's "One-Two" Punch

Issue #29 Feb. 21 - April 27, 2003

Al Giordano: Argentina Exit Polls: It's Kirchner vs. Menem

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Globalizing the Bolivarian Revolution

Karine Muller: Plan Colombia Extends into Peru

Latuff: Forero Returns from Caracas

Adriana Veloso: The Marketing of Drug War Myths

Luis Gómez: Media Constructed from Below

Luis Gómez: The New Voice of the Venezuelan People

Itala Ureta: Coca Growers Take Lima

Al Giordano: Brazil's Attorney General Wants Drugs Decriminalized

Luciana Constantino and Iuri Dantas: Brazil Health Ministry Writes Decriminalization Law

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: One Great Latin American Nation

Luis Gómez: Chávez Beats Forero (Again)

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Thousands of Voices, United in Venezuela

Adriana Veloso: "President Lula, listen to the experience of your countrymen!"

Elder Ogliari: Lula's Anti-Crime Secretary Calls for Decriminalization

Adriana Veloso: The History of Brazilian Harm Reduction

Jeremy Bigwood: Doing the US's Dirty Work

John Perry Barlow: "The Most Emotionally Healthy Culture on the Planet"

Luis Gómez: New Viceroy Threatens Bolivian Democracy

Adriana Veloso: The Marginal Diplomat Explains "Organized Crime" in Brazil

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: U.S. Journalist Arrested in Bolivia

Adriana Veloso: Brazil Health Official Slams Current Drug Policy

Karine Muller: 130 Drug War Opponents Gather in São Paulo

Augusto Fernández C.: Questions Without Answers

Al Giordano: A Drug Policy from Below

Al Giordano: Drug Users and Addicts are "Self-Organizing" in Brazil

Karine Muller: In the Shade

"Storming the New Seat of Power"

Al Giordano: If The Tyrants Want War…

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: Drug Warriors Shoot Children in Bolivia

Adam Saytanides: Legislators from Six Nations Call for Drug Legalization

Reed Lindsay: Personal Drug Use Already Decriminalized in Ecuador

Dan Malakoff: “American youth hold the biggest responsibility on the planet”

Doug Stokes: Worthy Victims

Karine Muller: Rio de Janeiro Erupts

Al Giordano: Gary Webb Joins Narco News as Guest Editor

George Sanchez: Crack, Cigarettes, and the arrival of Gary

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: So that they don't cut your wings

Issue #28 Jan. 29 - Feb. 20, 2003

Reed Lindsay: Buendía Calls for “Exorcism” of Drug War

Ashley Kennedy: The Superior Bush

Ana Cernov: Mama Coca

the Narco News Street Team: What the People Are Saying

Ugo Vallauri: Italian Anti-Prohibitionists Discover América

Dan Malakoff: “The War on Drugs is a War on Press Freedom”

Andrea Daugirdas: A Collective of Nationalist Movements

George Sanchez: “They Are Killing in the Name of Democracy”

Sunny Angulo: De Greiff Makes Opening Argument

Alex Contreras Baspineiro: The Two Bolivias Clash

Reed Lindsay: The Contradictions of Coca Eradication in Bolivia

Adam Saytanides: “A Path to Dialogue”

Felipe Quispe Huanca: In Defense of Life and Democracy

Carola Mittrany: Authentic Journalism Orchestra Begins to Play

Adriana Veloso: Narco News Launches Tri-Lingual Coverage

Luis Gómez: Light Speed

Issue #27 Jan. 12 - Jan. 28, 2003
Issue #26 Nov. 15, 2002 - Jan. 11, 2003

Al Giordano: Meet Our 26 Scholarship Winners

Luis A Gómez - reporting from Ecuador: Ecuador: Democracy Under Construction

Luis A. Gómez - reporting from Ecuador: Ecuador: On the Road to Legalization

Al Giordano: A Brit Reporter’s Undisclosed Venezuela Conflicts

Al Giordano: Christmas Comes Early in Caracas, Venezuela

Luis A. Gómez: Coca in the Cola

Dan Feder: AP’s One-Sided Venezuela Coverage

Al Giordano: América Reborn: 32 Nations Back Venezuela

Al Giordano and correspondents: White House Venezuela Error Backfires

Al Giordano: Bush’s Desperate Venezuela Statement

U.S. Reps Kucinich, Conyers, Serrano, Frank...: Open Letter to Bush on Venezuela from U.S. Congress members - and You

Dan Feder: Copy Cat Journalists Forero and Miller

Al Giordano: Gaviria Should Leave Venezuela

Maximilien Arvelaiz: A People Defends its Democracy Against Media Power

Alex Main: The People Rise Up Against Venezuela's Commercial Media

Al Giordano: The Authentic 25

Heinz Dieterich Steffan: Why Are the Coup Plotters So Impatient?

Thierry Deronne, Maximilien Arvelaiz, and Paul Emile-Dupret: Chronicle of Predicted Deaths

the FARC General Command: FARC: We'll Keep Fighting

Al Giordano: “Rich Man’s Strike” Fails in Venezuela

Laura del Castillo Matamoros: Junkies of Technology

Luis A. Gómez - Narco News Andean Bureau Chief: Lucio Wins in Ecuador

Luis A. Gómez - reporting from Ecuador: Ecuador: The Final Round

Alex Main - reporting from Caracas, Venezuela: Alfredo Peña's Little Army

Luis Gómez - reporting from Ecuador: Ecuador: Zero Hour at Zero Latitude

Issue #25 Oct. 14 - Nov. 14, 2002

Maria Botey Pascual: Toward Drug Legalization

Ron Smith: Drug Czar Favors Treatment, not Prison

Al Giordano: Donate a Laptop to an Authentic Journalist

José Cuesta: A Call for Drug War Democracy

Dan Feder: "A Guerrilla Struggle to End the Drug War"

Al Giordano: Court Slams Laredo National Bank

Luis A. Gómez: Zero and Blast-Off: The Lula Era Begins

Ana Cernov: In the Streets

Luis A. Gómez: Brazil Countdown Part IV

Luis A Gómez: Brazil Countdown, Part III

Garrett St. James: The Battle of São Paulo

Luis A Gómez: Brazil Countdown

Luis A. Gómez: Brazilian Countdown

Luis A. Gómez: It's not a "Favela," it's a Community

Luis A Gómez: And Almost...

Luis A. Gómez: Lula Might Govern Brazil

Peter Gorman: Marines Ordered into Colombia

G.G.: So What Happened Thursday in Venezuela?

Danny Schechter: Salon, PBS Run from the Big Story

Thierry Deronne: The "Distorters Without Borders"

Ron Smith: On Venezuela and Democracy

A Letter from Cristín McCauley

Issue #24 Sept. 31 - Oct. 13, 2002
Issue #23 Aug. 12 - Sept. 30, 2002
Issue #22 June 23 - Aug. 11, 2002
Issue #21 June 8 - 22, 2002
Issue #20 May 1 - June 7, 2002
Issue #19 March 19 - April 30, 2002
Issue #18 Feb. 8 - March 18, 2002
Issue #17 Jan. 1 - Feb. 7, 2002
Issue #16 Dec. 2 - Dec. 31, 2001
Issue #15 Oct. 25 - Dec. 1, 2001
Issue #14 Aug. 25 - Oct. 24, 2001
Issue #13 Aug. 1st - 25th, 2001
Issue #12 June 7 - Aug. 1, 2001
Issue #11 May 1 - June 6, 2001
Issue #10 Mar. 16 - April 30, 2001
Issue #9 Feb 2 - Mar. 15, 2001
Issue #8 Jan. 1 - Feb. 1, 2001
Issue #7 Dec. 1 - Dec. 31, 2000
Issue #6 Oct. 6 - Nov. 30, 2000
Issue #5 Sept. 9 - Oct. 5, 2000
Issue #4 July 19 - Sept. 8, 2000
Issue #3 June 12 - July 18, 2000
Issue #2 May 15 - June 11, 2000
Issue #1 April 18 - May 14, 2000