Guerrero

MEXICALIA

The Mexican Town That Fist Fights to Summon Rain

We went to La Esperanza, Guerrero. A little town in Mexico where indigenous people have the very lovely tradition of beating the shit out of each other in order to ask the gods for a good rainy season.
VICE Staff
6.5.15
News

Canadian Mining Companies Are Destroying Latin America

Throughout Latin America, Canadian mining companies are acting with impunity and may have used paramilitary criminal organizations to dispose of anyone in their way.
Joseph Czikk
2.12.15
The Outta My Way, I’m Walking Here Issue

A Mexican School Grapples with the Disappearance of 43 Students

Founded in 1926, the Ayotzinapa school is one of only a few all-male rural teachers' colleges still operating in Mexico. They are grossly neglected by federal and state authorities and sometimes face direct threats from the government.
Daniel Hernandez
1.6.15
VICE News

The Missing 43: Mexico's Disappeared Students (Full Length)

When police forces intercepted students from the Teachers College of Ayotzinapa in Mexico en route to a protest in Iguala, six students were fatally shot and 43 were abducted.
VICE Staff
11.29.14
VICE News

The Missing 43: Mexico's Disappeared Students - Part 2

VICE News went to Guerrero, Mexico, to report on the protests that have erupted since the high-profile disappearance of 43 students who are now presumed dead.
VICE Staff
11.24.14
VICE News

The Missing 43: Mexico's Disappeared Students - Part 1

VICE News went to Guerrero, Mexico, to report on the protests that have erupted since the high-profile disappearance of 43 students who are now presumed dead.
VICE Staff
11.21.14
Premieres

Black Vanilla Are Ready to Challenge Some Musical Complacency With New Track "Smacks"

Listen to and get a free download of their latest track.
Noisey Staff
7.31.14
The Grievous Sins Issue

The Warrior State

Kidnappings are common in Guerrero—the state, just south of Mexico City, is one of the poorest in the country and the site of the worst violence in the battle between the drug cartels and Mexican authorities. As a result of the violence, hundreds of...
Bernardo Loyola and Laura Woldenberg
4.15.13