Solidarity! Join the Boycott!

Please join us in calling for solidarity with the people of Baja California. Support Mexicali resistance groups and boycott Constellation Brands, and hit them where it hurts most: economically. Join this struggle for life and democratic control of our natural resources.

We are a movement who cares deeply about raising consciousness through media about the water struggle in Mexicali, Baja California against Constellation Brands. We are seeking to educate and unite people & water struggles worldwide.

We believe we can change things if you join us and support this boycott!! Capitalism, rampant and brutal, will not outperform our wisdom and people power.


Why Boycott?

What does [my] beer have to do with this?

Constellation Brands is a Fortune 500 company that owns, among other wine, spirits, and beer brands, Corona, Modelo, Pacífico, Victoria, and Ballast Point.

Since 2016, Constellation Brands plans to build a giant beer factory in Mexicali, consuming 14.47 million gallons of water per day —enough to provide 547,945 people, according to the United Nation’s minimum daily water use, which is almost double the population of Baja that has NO ACCESS TO WATER (248,682 people)

Just like California, Mexicali and Baja California (Baja) need plenty of water to provide adequate living conditions for human and economic development.

While the Colorado River represents only 10 percent of California’s annual water use, it represents almost 60 percent of Baja’s water supply per year.

Impossible to do so much damage? Not at all!

In the first beer factory owned by Constellation Brands in Mexico, just after 4 years of production, a neighboring municipality’s Mayor told the UK’s The Guardian: “WE HAVE NO WATER FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION”.

And we are worried!!

As Baja citizens, we know our politicians are corrupt and far from willing to give up power. After all, it is their status as “legitimate representatives” what legally allows them to make decisions and incredible deals for themselves in the name of Us all. But we want to change that NOW!

Can you do anything to help us? Yes!

Aware of the importance of economic activity, we are promoting a solidarity boycott to all Constellation Brands’ products, but especially beer.


Basically because neither our government nor any Constellation Brands representative asked us, democratic citizens of Baja, fifth generation farmers, proud, hard-working urban families, and Native American nations, permission to export 16,214 acre-feet of water every year for 50 years, therefore putting our families at risk of thirst and drought in the name of a business deal not meant to last.
















 In Mexicali we defend our water

Boycott Constellation Brands for taking away this resource

To the community and the immigrants of the United States

To the different nations around the world

The city of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico, needs your help. Constellation Brands Brewing Company insists on depriving us of our own water in order to export it to the United States as beer. Because of this, we are asking you to help us boycott Constellation Brands in defense of our water, and we ask you not to consume any Constellation Brands product. This company is also owner of Grupo Modelo in the United States. If money is what drives the economic interests of this corrupt company, we must strike where it hurts the most: economically.

We’re asking you to help us boycott Constellation Brands because we are tired of being the petty-cash-country of the United States, economic super-power to which the Mexican government has given mining, oil, beaches, land, and, finally, our water.

But because water is a non-renewable and vital natural resource for all life in this plane, to fight for it is also a fight for sovereignty and national security, as well as a struggle for the defense of our territory. This foreign company has arrived only to find anything of value in Mexico and take it as money to its banks and money-safes.

We’re asking you to help us boycott Constellation Brands because this brewing company has come to Baja California to dry us out, just as it did to the municipality of Nava, Coahuila, Mexico.

We’re asking you to help us boycott Constellation Brands because they come to Mexico to pay almost no taxes, to buy land at ridiculous prices, and to displace the Mexicali Valley farmers with threats and violence.

We’re asking you to help us boycott Constellation Brands because they come to pay low wages and take our water without any regards, and then want to pay for it as if they were a regular client due to a decree by governor Francisco “Kiko” Vega de Lamadrid, benefiting the U.S. company with the lowest water rate available.

We’re asking you to help us boycott Constellation Brands because of the repeated massive security deployments of every police force of the State to protect a beer company. And we remind you that these are police forces who are paid for with tax money from every Baja California citizen, thus placing the economic interests of the United States before Mexican citizens’ right to public safety.

We’re asking you to help us boycott Constellation Brands because the construction companies that are doing this job belong to politicians like Victor Hermosillo Celada and State-related companies that have benefited from illegal tax exemptions, like Grupo Cadena, supporting themselves on their political influence with the Baja California government for many years.

We’re asking you to help us boycott Constellation Brands because this is a monument to corruption around the world and to the unlawful influence of U.S. economic interests and the Mexican political and economic elite.

We’re asking you to help us boycott Constellation Brands because the corrupt company by the name of Constellation Brands is taking away our water and is spilling our blood: blood of us Mexicans who put our bodies before the local and state police of Baja California, both of them bought by foreign money.

We’re asking you to help us boycott Constellation Brands because the Latino community in the United States and abroad is being sold a marketed image of Mexican pride when the purchase of these Grupo Modelo/Constellation Brands products in the United States are indeed hurting their Mexican brothers and sisters, their families.

This is how we ask for your help to share and spread this information to all the corners of the United States and the world.

Stop dispossession, abuse, corruption, and the impunity of corrupt industries and politicians!

Not a single isolated struggle anymore!