Wednesday, November 01, 2006

News From Oaxaca

Given recent events, it's somewhat ironic to post this on the Day of the Dead, but via Majikthise:
Peter Kuper has a remarkable update from the ground in Oaxaca--his dispatches include prose, original artworks, and photographs of the teachers' strike/army crackdown in the southern Mexican province.
UPDATE: Via Infobong, see the last video shot by late Indymedia journalist Brad Will before his death, and pics from a demonstration by 40-50 people in Austin Monday in front of the Mexican consulate supporting the teachers.


Anonymous said...

Golly gee, I can't imagine why Mexicans might want to emigrate to the US!

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