Lee: mexico

Our vendors: Erasmo Navarrete (Mi Valedor, Mexico City, Mexico)

Erasmo Navarrete has found hope and direction since becoming a Mi Valedor vendor. Despite his earlier struggles with alcoholism, he never lost his enthusiasm for work or his honest approach to life. Here, he looks back on his life and talks about the positive changes that have taken place since he became a Mi Valdor vendor, thanks to the support that he has received from others.

Our vendors: Aristeo (Mi Valedor, Mexico City, Mexico)

Aristeo wanted to be a sport star. But somewhere along the way, he lost himself. Thanks to Mi Valedor, things are looking up for him. Here, he explains why.

#VendorWeek 2018: Real Change rallies notable local figures to sell street papers with vendors

Today, North American street papers will join in with the #VendorWeek celebrations by hosting selling events, some for the first time. This #VendorWeek tradition is a chance for those unfamiliar with the street paper movement to understand better what street paper vendors do.

Vendor moments 2017: “My heart was filled with pride, I felt heard, grateful and honoured to be part of it all”

Despite struggling with a knee injury, Isaias, a Mi Valedor vendor in Mexico, has had quite an eventful year. Looking back on 2017, he tells us about the moments that made him feel proud as well as what it feels like to become famous!

Our vendors: Hadassha (Mi Valedor, Mexico City, Mexico)

Becoming a Mi Valedor vendor has given Hadassha hope: hope that she can resist despair and move towards a more hopeful future. Here, she reflects on her life and talks about the lifeline that selling the magazine has offered her.

Our vendors: Arturo (Mi Valedor, Mexico City, Mexico)

We catch up with Arturo, a Mi Valedor vendor, who is grateful for the support that he has found by selling the magazine. He tells us about his past, his experiences as a vendor and his mission to help others.

Our vendors: Francisco Dominguez (Mi Valedor, Mexico City)

“I don’t want to be remembered as homeless or a drug addict. I want to be remembered for doing something worthwhile with my life,” says Francisco Dominguez who sells Mi Valedor in Mexico City.

INSP’s newest street paper Mi Valedor goes from strength to strength in Mexico City

From the streets of Mexico City to the TV screens of Seattle and the street papers of Europe, it’s a thumbs-up for Mi Valedor in their first year.

INSP Advent Calendar: day 11

The #INSPadvent Christmas countdown takes us to Mexico today… Open the window to meet Mi Valedor vendor Manuel.

Celebrating #VendorWeek 2015 with Mi Valedor: the world’s newest street paper

As INSP’s #VendorWeek continues around the world, a ground-breaking new project is on the verge of launching in Mexico City. Mi Valedor is the world’s newest street paper.