Interviews & Update
It has been far too long since I updated here. I’ve been working on a new project (details soon) in the north of Mexico, traveling here and there to talk with all different folks about Drug War Capitalism, and trying to get in some family and friend time.
A few months ago I published a piece on the Transgender Day of Remembrance, highlighting the experience of Latinx trans folks in the US. A huge amount of my time this fall went into co-organizing the first Congreso Internacional de Comunalidad in Puebla, Mexico.
I’ve done a few interviews of late, with Open Democracy (aquí en español) and Counterpunch. Finally, an Italian journal recently put out a longer piece that I co-wrote with my friend and mentor Dr. Raquel Gutiérrez called “La transformación sustancial de la guerra y la violencia contra las mujeres en México” which you can peep or download at academia.edu.
I am hoping to make it up to Historical Materialism in Toronto in May to talk about the book and some other work I’m doing around prohibition economies in the context of the “war on drugs.” Hope to see some of you there.