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Supreme Court Ruling: Mexico’s States Must Recognize Gay Marriage

In a huge step forward for LGBT rights in the Americas, Mexico’s Supreme Court has ordered the country’s 31 states to recognize same-sex marriages. The capital, Mexico City, currently performs marriages for same-sex couples, and as of March, married gay … Continue reading

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Mega Marcha, 22 July 2012: Pancho Villa, Santana Pérez, and the Anti-PRI Movement

I’m very excited to be joining Americas South and North, and, I have to admit, it has been a bit difficult to choose what I’d like to say first. Currently, I’m in Mexico City on a research trip where I’ve … Continue reading

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