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Graffiti from women’s day to be conserved, rector decides

Saying that “women want to tell us something,” University of Guadalajara (UdG) Rector Ricardo Villanueva Lomelí announced that the profuse graffiti defacing the school’s flagship building from Sunday’s large demonstration will not be immediately cleaned up.

Women no longer stay silent

Women took to the streets of Guadalajara in unprecedented numbers Sunday, March 8 (International Women’s Day) as part of nationwide protests against femicide, gender violence and inequality. 

Dry season could be hottest this century

Experts are predicting a scorching dry season, which intensifies during March and April and reaches its peak during May and early June.

Guadalajara Living - March 07, 2020


The large antique market (Trocadero) held each Sunday on Avenida Mexico (at Chapultepec) always draws large crowds.

Cardinal denounces women’s strike

Even though pro-Catholic, conservative politicians have given it their backing, one of Guadalajara’s most senior religious figures has condemned the national “Day without Women” strike scheduled for Tuesday, March 9, because of its ties to feminist, pro-choice organizations.