Marta Molina

Marta Molina is an independent journalist from Barcelona, Catalunya. She has written about cultural resistance in Brazil and Palestine, and now she is based in Mexico following the steps of the Movement for Peace Justice and Dignity (MPJD) against the war on drugs.

Articles by this author

A political cartoon by Carlos Latuff depicting FIFA’s destruction of neighborhoods in Brazil. (Carlos Latuff) Views
Friday, June 13, 2014
A World Cup for Corporations
The World Cup 2014 is set to begin today in São Paulo and end on July 13 in Rio de Janeiro. For this much-anticipated month of soccer, Brazilian citizens have paid a very high price, including the 10 billion reals ($4.47 billion) that FIFA, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association,...
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Sunday, August 25, 2013
Students Leave the Zapatistas’ First School With Homework
The 1700 students who travelled from across Mexico and the world to attend the Zapatistas’first school last week are leaving with an important homework assignment: to transfer what they learned to their respective collectives and movements.
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Thursday, June 14, 2012
Mexico’s 30-Day Lesson in Democracy
On June 10, at 11:30 in the morning, Mexico City’s Zócalo Plaza began to fill with people wearing creative outfits and carrying posters and signs. Yo Soy 132 academics, Yo Soy 132 artists, the “free journalists 132” and everyday citizens — retirees, children, mothers and entire families — arrived from every corner of the huge plaza.
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