Javier Sicilia, a columnist for Mexico’s weekly newsmagazine, Proceso, now leads a nation-wide movement against the collusion of governments, organized crime and big business in the drug trade. Speaking from broadly inclusive Christian roots, his voice is celebrated as one that re-inserts ethics in public debate.
In Proceso, his writings about the […]
In recognizing protesters as “Person of the Year,” TIME magazine featured a photo of my favourite columnist: Javier Sicilia, the 56-year-old Mexican poet and journalist who writes for Mexico’s leading newsmagazine, Proceso.
I haven’t read TIME since I was in high school, but I was so pleased that I spent $6.48 to buy […]
On Dec. 22, 1997, 45 women, children and men were killed while praying in a church in the southern state of Chiapas. The rural village of Acteal was a refuge for people displaced by paramilitary violence in other parts of the municipality of Chenalhó and other nearby areas. Many of those who were eventually arrested […]