watch for these special events brought to you by the Center for Global Justice in San Miguel de Allende

3 Tuesday 1:00  Teatro Santa Ana

            film:  “Women Crossing the Line”         

4 Wednesday 11:00 Sala Quetzal

panel: “Hidden Herstories” with Georgeann Johnson, Lorna Ferguson, Cheryl Wolfe  

5 Thursday 1:00  Teatro Santa Ana

            film:  “Pray the Devil Back to Hell”

7 Saturday  12:00-1:00  TOSMA

            music by Mayo

8 Sunday  3:00 Historic Centro  

            International Women’s Day event


10 Tuesday 1:00  Teatro Santa Ana

            film:  “Las Libres”

10 Tuesday  8:00  Sindicato

drama:  Monologos de la Vagina  [in Spanish]  

11 Wednesday 11:00 Sala Quetzal

panel:  “Cultural Identity of Mexican Women Today” with Chilo Villareal, Atenea Acevedo, & Illithya Guevara

12 Thursday 1:00  Teatro Santa Ana

            film:  “Blossoms of Fire”

13 Friday  11:00 Sala Quetzal

discussion group: Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything


17 Tuesday 1:00 Teatro Santa Ana

            film:  “Saving Our Planet”

18 Wednesday 11:00 Sala Quetzal

panel:  “Honoring Mother Earth with Women of the Improv People” with Georgeann Johnson, Amy Shadwell, & Rosanna Alvarez Jones

19 Thursday 1:00 Teatro Santa Ana

            film:  “Silent Spring”


24 Tuesday 1:00-3:30  Teatro Santa Ana

            film:  “Iron Jawed Angels”

25 Wednesday 11:00 Sala Quetzal

talk:  “Women Moving Beyond Capitalism: A New World is Necessary” by Laura Carlsen

26 Thursday 1:00 Teatro Santa Ana

            film:  “Girl Rising”

27 Friday  11:00 Sala Quetzal

            talk:  “Silvia Federici and Third Wave Feminism” by Betsy Bowman 




US Cuba policy:  from Regime Change to Systemic Change 

by Cliff DuRand

The diplomatic recognition of Cuba by the US announced on December 17, 2014 is still based on the same objective, viz. to bring that country back into the capitalist orbit.  President Obama has just shifted the strategy from regime change to promoting systemic change.  Read more

Mexico in Crisis

by Laura Carlsen

The brutal violence of Mexican society has been forced into our view with the disappearance of 43 students from a teachers college in Ayotzinapa. In the search for their bodies in the mountains of Guerrero, many mass graves were discovered, literally revealing the skeletons in the nation’s closet. People were shocked and outraged. Massive protests swept the country as the finger of blame was pointed not just to local authorities and drug gangs, but all the way up to the president himself.

This has catalyzed a national soul searching of long standing practices of impunity, corruption, militarization, human rights violations and official complicity that extends to all levels. Journalist Laura Carlsen puts this in the context of the U.S. sponsored drug war and NAFTA. That’s right, the U.S. is also complicit in all this. In a talk December 4, 2014 she argues that the U.S. has contributed to the present crisis by funding corrupt forces responsible for crimes against their own population.

Based in Mexico City, Laura Carlsen is Director of the Americas Program of the Center for International Policy ( She has written extensively on all aspects of Mexico and recently gave a Congressional briefing on the current situation.

View the video of her talk here 


"Las Grutas de Tolantongo"

Documentary Video Project

The Center for Global Justice is producing a documentary video project that tells the story of a cooperative resort in Tolantongo Mexico. We’ve begun fund raising on Indiegogo as a vehicle to complete the video.
The CGJ believes it is essential for the progressive community to focus on and promote alternative institutional forms that can act as the foundation for radical system change. Cooperatives are one such institution. The documentary, “Las Grutas de Tolantongo”, can act as an important educational vehicle, broadening the public's knowledge of the benefits of cooperatives. In addition to the fundamental difference in workplace structure, this video will highlight the role cooperatives can play in solving the immigration fiasco. It will draw attention to how local communities can act as stewards of the environments they live in and wish to preserve for generations to come. It can serve as a working example of a healthy alternative to the destructive and greed driven economic model that is pushing us and the world toward a precarious brink... Read More


We refuse to accept a world where the vast majority of people suffer hunger and want, where the vast majority of people have little or no control over their lives, where the vast majority of people live in fear of aggression.

The Center for Global Justice is a multi-cultural, democratically organized service, learning, and research center. Through our support of the social and solidarity economy, our public education programs, and our research collaborations we seek to empower ordinary people to work to create a more socially and economically just world.


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commented 2015-01-27 16:27:05 -0600 · Flag
With our title " Radical Phylosophy Association" we scare all Mexican politicians.
commented 2015-01-27 16:24:13 -0600 · Flag
The people commands, people give orders and governments obey, this is democracy.
International students are coming to San Miguel de Allende and Mexico Mexican students will go to acquire knowledge and practices to
commented 2015-01-27 08:33:59 -0600 · Flag
Adopting changes and react accordingly is the wisest decisions to be made; It’s a good effort. Creating and empowering the common people can be the key of the better world. Social injustice is looks to be one off the biggest reason behind the uncertainty in the world. salute’s your efforts to bring more economic stability.
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commented 2014-07-11 10:27:04 -0500 · Flag
This just recently came into my purview and it is refreshing to see an alternative. Now what?
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Thanks for your comment Peter, and thanks for being part of this effort too!!
commented 2014-05-22 12:55:11 -0500 · Flag
Congratulations on the launching of the new CGJ website! I look forward to this sites role in building a grassroots movement that will move the world one+ step closer to the blossoming of a true people’s democracy.