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The Other Journalism with the Other Campaign

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Dark Alliance: The Story Behind the Crack Explosion

The Bogotá Connection: Narco News Investigates DEA Corruption and Cover-Up in Colombia

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

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The Other Journalism With The Other Campaign

Chihuahua Coverage


More coverage in the Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Italian and Dutch Chihuahua pages

The Woman Who Dared to Stand Tall on the Border

Esther Chávez Cano Left This World on Christmas Day, but Her Voice Continues to Echo Through the Alleys and Backstreets of Juárez

By Molly Molloy
Memorial

en español... La mujer que se atrevió a erguirse en la frontera

January 12, 2010



New Year’s Resolution for the Americas: End the Drug War; Give Peace a Chance

Government Policies Secured by Violence Have Proven Only to Empower Narco-Barons

By Bill Conroy
Via the Narcosphere

January 1, 2010



Military Patrols in Juarez Suspended Due to Ineffectiveness

Militarization Has Wasted Money and Failed to Decrease Violence

By Notimex
La Crónica De Hoy - Translated to English by Kristin Bricker

en español... Por ineficaz suspenden el patrullaje militar en Juárez

July 14, 2009



Identify Yourself and Obey!

Life in Ciudad Juarez

By Marcela Turati
Proceso

en español... ¡identifíquese y obedezca!

July 13, 2009



NAFTA Commission Gets GM Corn Complaint

Genetically-Modified Seed Corn Illegally Planted in Chihuahua

By Frontera NorteSur
Newspaper Tree - El Paso Magazine

January 29, 2009



Academics and the Chihuahua Government Say Decriminalizing Drugs is a Subject That Can’t be Avoided

Lawmakers and Legal Experts Decry El Paso Mayor John Cook’s Veto of a City Council Resolution That Proposed a Debate Over Drug Decriminalization

By Sandra Rodríguez Nieto
El Diario

en español... Despenalizar drogas es un tema que no se puede soslayar: académicos y gobierno estatal

January 12, 2009



Juarez Femicides Lawyer Murdered

All Lawyers Involved in the Defense of Two Juarez Bus Drivers Falsely Accused of Femicide Have Been Executed; State Police Shot One in the Head

By Kristin Bricker
Via the NarcoSphere

January 10, 2009



Mexican Defense Department is Silent About the Case of a Pregnant Woman Murdered at a Military Checkpoint

The Federal Attorney General’s Office Didn’t Take on the Case Even Though it Involves the Death of a Civilian, Which is a Violation of Plan Mexico’s “Human Rights Conditions”

By Editorial - Political
La Jornada

en español... Calla Sedena sobre el caso de una embarazada asesinada en un retén

January 9, 2009



House of Death

A dozen men were tortured, killed and buried in a small house in Juarez. Three years later, the U.S. government is still trying to cover up what happened.

By Jesse Hyde
The Dallas Observer

March 8, 2007



Kicking Down the Door of the House of Death

An Interview with Narco News Publisher Al Giordano about How Authentic Journalist Bill Conroy Broke an International Bombshell

By Jesse Hyde
The Dallas Observer

March 8, 2007



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

Government Source: The Chopper Flew Too Close to Ground, and Too Far into Mexican Territory

By Bill Conroy and Al Giordano
The Other Journalism with the Other Campaign on the Mexico-US Border

November 8, 2006



Rebel Leader Decries Planned Wall, Criticizes Bush, Fox

Includes Video of Subcomandante Marcos and the Other Campaign Blockading the Juarez-El Paso Bridge

By Louie Gilot
El Paso Times

November 2, 2006



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

Migratory Status of Many Mexicans Prevents Them From Attending, “Because of Which, We Have Prepared a Video, so That They May Speak on Their Situation...”

By Damaso Gonzalez
El Diario

en español... Comisión irá de Nueva York a encuentro de “La Otra Campaña” zapatista en Juárez

October 27, 2006



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

Photographer Oswaldo Ramirez of the Daily Milenio Wounded in Attack by Shooters for Ulises Ruiz Ortiz in Santa Lucia del Camino

By Al Giordano
The Other Journalism with the Other Campaign in Chihuahua

en español... Brad Will, documentalista neoyorquino y reportero de Indymedia, asesinado por balas del gobierno en Oaxaca mientras informaba
en français... Brad Will, documentariste new-yorkais et reporter pour Indymedia, a été assassiné par des balles pro-gouvernementales à Oaxaca alors qu’il informait
in italiano... Brad Will, documentarista newyorkiese e reporter di Indymedia, assassinato dai proiettili del governo in Oaxaca mentre informava

October 27, 2006



Click here for more Narco News coverage of Mexico

The Other Journalism

Reporting on the Tour by Subcomandante Marcos Throughout the Mexican Republic

MEXICO MAP

Planning Meetings in the Lacandon Jungle (2005)

2006: On the Road

Chiapas
Quintana Roo
Yucatán
Campeche
Tabasco
Veracruz
Oaxaca
Puebla
Tlaxcala
Hidalgo
Querétaro
Guanajuato
Jalisco
Nayarit and Colima
Michoacán
Morelos
Guerrero

Ground Zero:

State of Mexico and Mexico City
Zapatistas Call Red Alert in Response to the Atenco Atrocity

Mexico’s Corrupt Electoral System

The Tour Continues…

Sinaloa
Baja California Sur
Baja California
Sonora
Chihuahua
Coahuila
Durango
Zacatecas
San Luis Potosí
Nuevo León
Tamaulipas

and…

The Other Side!

Full Archive

The Other Journalists

Read the Communiqué Introducing the Brigade

Mercedes Osuna, general coordinator

Al Giordano, correspondent and road team coordinator

Gerardo Osuna, technical coordinator

Victor Amezcua, road team logistics coordinator

Kristin Bricker, correspondent

Simon Fitzgerald, correspondent

Alberto Gini, videographer

Ana Mauri, photographer

Alice Serena, photographer

Martina Morazzi, photographer

Joshua Bregman, videographer

Murielle Coppin, correspondent and photographer

Ginna Villarreal, photographer

Yael Gerson Ugalde, correspondent

Nancy Davies, correspondent

Amber Howard, correspondent

Sean Geary, video producer

Gregory Berger, documentary director

Sarahy Flores Sosa, cinematographer

Juan Trujillo, correspondent

Annie P. Warren, photographer

Quetzal Belmont, audio/radio coordinator

Karla Aguilar, audio/radio coordinator

Jill Freidberg, video editor

James Daria, correspondent

RJ Maccani, correspondent

Daniela Lima, correspondent

Dul Santamaria, correspondent

Ana Laura Hernández, correspondent

Giovanni Proiettis, correspondent

Teo Ballvé, correspondent

Barrett Hawes, documentary producer

Dan Feder, correspondent

David Briones, webmaster

Translation

Spanish: Ivan García, Francisco Alvarez Quiñones, Laura del Castillo Matamoros, Lucia Benavides, Cesar Soriano, Raymundo Reynoso

English: Dan Feder, Jill Freidberg, Simon Fitz, Yakira Teitel, Lois Guchu, Yael Gerson Ugalde, Teo Ballvé, Kristin Bricker, Simon Fitzgerald, Chris Thomas, Dean Willis

Portuguese: Natalia Viana, Cecilia Viana

German: Dorothee Lienan, Stefan Fraudenberg, Martin, Dana Aldea

French: Dorothee Lienan, Irene Roca Ortíz, Sara de Haro, Claudine Madelon, Caroline Damiens

Italian: Giovanni Proiettis, Renza, Annamaria Maribel

Dutch: Murielle Coppin

Tel: 967 678 36 98

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Other News

Enlace Zapatista
Subcomandante Marcos’ Weblog

Indymedia Mexico
Coverage: We Are All Atenco

Radio Insurgente
The Voice of the Voiceless

Radio Pacheco
Audios from the Other Campaign

Radio KeHuelga
The Voices of the Other Campaign

Indymedia Chiapas
The Other Campaign

La Jornada
Other Campaign Coverage

Radio Sabotaje

Radio Zapote

Radio Polakas

Presos politicos: libertad

Radio Zapatista
KPFA - Pacifica Radio (94.1 FM)

Blogatistas

Comisión del Caso Atenco

Egoteca: Otro No lugar en el Ciberespacio

Asamblea Popular de los Pueblos de Oaxaca

La Otra del Otro Lado

La otra Morelos

La otra en el sur de Morelos

La otra Guerrero

La otra Tabasco

La otra Tampico

De Tod@s Para Tod@s

Información de La Otra Campaña

Con Safos

Mujeres Sin Miedo

La Otra Tijuana

Radikando (Tijuana)

La Otra Tamaulipas

La Otra Nuevo Leon

El Color de La Palabra (San Luis Potosí)

La Otra San Diego

La Otra Jalisco

Rincón Rupestre

La Otra Chilanga

Zapateando (Veracruz)

La Otra Colima

La Otra Sonora

La Otra Yucatán

Atenco Blog

La Sexta, La Otra

La Otra Huasteca

De Peninsula a Peninsula

Atenco: Frente de Pueblos en Defensa de la Tierra

Jovenes de la Otra Puebla

Rinconcito revolucionario

Zapatista Blogs in English

Mexico-Australia Solidarity Network

Zapagringo

Zapatista Network

Delete the Border

East Side Café (LA)

Encuentro New York

Chiapas 95 email list archives

La Zezta (French, English, Spanish)

Other Campaign Photo Album

Estación Libre

Blogotitlán

Chicagotra

La Otra Salt Lake City

Zapatismo and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance