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Mexican Labor News
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A NOTE TO READERS
I apologize for the lapse in the publication of Mexican Labor News and Analysis. With this issue we resume regular monthly publication.
Dan La Botz, Editor
Mexican Labor News and Analysis – May, 2015
In This Issue:
*The Left Divide As Mexicans Go to the Polls on June 7
*Mexican Teachers Plan “Indefinite Strike” in Four States on June 1
*May Day Overshadowed by Cartel Violence; “Official Unions” Back EPN; Independents Oppose Gov’t Policy
*San Quintín Farm Worker Strike Defeated by Employers, Government
*Labor Board Decides in Favor of Fired Workers
*Social Security Workers Protest Union Leader’s Repression
*Mexican Railway Worker Retirees Protest Against Union Leader
*Mexican Auto Workers Fired for Protesting Sexual Harassment
MEXICAN LABOR NEWS AND ANALYSIS – April 2015
IN THIS ISSUE:
*Baja California Farm Workers Continue Battle with Growers
*Miners and Farmers Challenge Mexico’s Copper Giant by David Bacon
*Baja Bristles with Labor Protests from Frontera Norte Sur
*Teachers to Strike 0ver Wages, Resources, Cut-Backs
*Industrial Calls for “Safe and Smooth” Return of Miners’ Leader
MEXICAN LABOR NEWS AND ANALYSIS – March 2015
In This Issue:
*Farmworkers Strike against Wage Slavery Paralyzes Baja Farms
*Secretary of Labor Rescues 49 Farm Laborers from Slavery in Colima
*Cananea Residents, Workers, Union Seize Mine’s ‘Nerve Center’
*Teachers Boycott of June 7 Election Spreads
*Oil Worker Dissidents Fear Massive Layoffs Imminent
*International Women’s Day Section – Celebration, Protest, Mourning
Staff: Editor, Dan La Botz. Editor, Dan La Botz. Managing editor, Robin Alexander.
Mexican Labor News and Analysis (MLNA) is produced in collaboration with the Authentic Labor Front, Frente Auténtico del Trabajo (FAT) of Mexico and the United Electrical Workers (UE) of the United States. For many of our stories, we rely on La Jornada's excellent labor and social movement coverage. We also, of course, look at other Mexican and U.S. media, but most important is the coverage of La Jornada to which we constantly refer and which we frequently summarize in our articles.
In recognizing our sources, articles by David Bacon and John Ross periodically enliven our pages and less frequently, though no less appreciated, are pieces by Fred Rosen. We also appreciate IRC's willingness to allow us to include articles by Laura Carlsen, director of the IRC Americas Program in Mexico City and occasionally by other IRC contributors. Most important, our collaborators in the Authentic Labor Front (FAT) keep us updated about the FAT's organizing campaigns and other activities. The Solidarity Center in Mexico kindly sends us regular mailings dealing with labor unions and other issues. We also receive mailings on important issues from CITTAC in Tijuana, from Enlace, and others. Occasionally some of our readers travel to Mexico and send us reports regarding other developments.
This web site includes Archives of Mexican Labor News and Analysis issues that date from 1996 to the present.