Columba Bush is a Mexican-American philanthropist who came to limelight after marrying American politician Jeb Bush. From 1999 to 2007, she served as First Lady of Florida and used her platform to deal with issues, such as substance abuse and domestic violence. She has also been active in advocating the artworks of artists like Salvador Dalí and Frida Kahlo.
One of the most well-known Mexican anarchists, Ricardo Flores Magón initially studied law but soon got involved in student politics and was imprisoned multiple times. He also edited the anarchist newspaper Regeneración. One of the initiators of the Mexican Revolution, he later fled to the US, where he formed the Mexican Liberal Party.
José Revueltas was a Mexican writer, political activist, and essayist. He was part of an artistic family that included his sister Rosaura Revueltas Sánchez and brothers Silvestre and Fermín. A fierce critic of the Mexican Left, José Revueltas was imprisoned on several occasions for various reasons, including his involvement in the Railwaymen's Movement in 1958.