Nevin Siders grew up in Columbus, when it was popularly called Cowtown, and was inspired by the Free Press since a copy circulated in his middle school in 1971 or ‘72. In the late 1970s he proudly cooked at Rosie’s vegetarian restaurant, where he made friends with noble persons who have matured into speaking truth to power. After having lived in Mexico City for three decades as a tenured professor of educational psychology at National University of Educational Sciences (UPN), he has now retired to the Mexican Caribbean, better known as the Mayan Riviera. Having respected the Free Press since his youth, since 2017 Nevin’s been living the dream of contributing articles to it.

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10 October 2023

It’s all so easy to romanticize the uprising against that gray sense of isolation and helplessness we all feel every day. (New Moon on Monday by Duran Duran...

Indigenous woman
30 January 2023

I would like to tell you about a very interesting and well written summary of indigenous resistance in early Ohio, aspirating to intertwine it with current...

30 April 2022

Industrial production in the United States grew by leaps and bounds after the Civil War in the 1860s. Chicago...

People marching holding sign
14 April 2022

The Caravan for Water and Life has run through much of central Mexico, backed by the National Indigenous Congress (CNI). The Caravan’s goal is to raise...

02 December 2021

Update, Dec. 2, 2021: The Shimmy case was thrown out of court and Linda Greenberg has been charged! The Occupied Nation Show (Monday,...
Protest in the streets
30 September 2021

Exclusive for the Columbus Free Press

Thousands of angry protesters filled Mexico City’s Paseo de la Reforma boulevard, marching more than...