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LANIC - Mexico
Latin American Network Information Center, University of Texas, Austin.
Sections include: Academic Research Resources ; Anthropology & Archaeology ; Arts & Humanities ; Discussion Groups ; Economy, Finance & Trade ; Energy ; General ; Government & Public Administration ; History ; Indigenous Peoples ; Magazines & Periodicals ; NAFTA Resources ; Network & Information Services ; News ; Politics ; Popular Culture ; Science & Technology ; Social Movements ; Sports ; States & Cities ; Telecommunications ; Other Resources ; Travel & Tourism ; Universities ; U.S.-Mexico.
Alegria : The Mexican Folklorico Home Page
"Site contains links to Los Danzantes de Alegria, Grupo Folklorico Mexico Tenochtitlan, Dance Directory, Calendar of Events, Regional Dances of Mexico, Links to related Sites and a Bulletin Board"
"...goal is to help forge a new global affairs agenda for the U.S. government and people-one that makes the United States a more responsible global leader and partner. The primary way we do this is by producing policy reports, issue briefs, political commentary, and popular education materials offering essential information and credible, forward looking policy analysis."
Maintained by the Americas Program of the Interhemispheric Resource Center (IRC)
BIOS - Border Information and Outreach Service
"...provides citizens in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands with information and analysis they can use to make informed decisions, play a role in debates on public policy, and act as instruments for social change."
Sections include: General & Organizational Sites ; Online Newspapers and Magazines ; Production/Distribution Companies, TV Networks ; Research Sites/Lists ; Pages I Created ; People, Films, Genres ; The Mexican Film Bulletin.
By David Wilt
World Factbook - Mexico
U.S. CIA publication
Zapatistas in Cyberspace
A Guide to Analysis & Information
"...this guide has been compiled to provide not only an introduction to the variety of efforts that have developed in cyberspace, but also one point of departure for further developments."
Sections include: Analysis ; Internet Lists, Conferences & Newsgroups ; World Wide Websites ; Archives ; Books ; Film, Graphics, Photographs.
By Harry M. Cleaver, Jr., Dept. of Economics, University of Texas, Austin
Zapatistas! Documents of the New Mexican Revolution
"...contains the full, English language text of every communique published (along with several that were not published, as well as many interviews, letters, and essays) from the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN) from December 31, 1994 through June 12, 1994."
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