Come to hear Tami report back on her recent visit to Oaxaca and watch images of interviews she conducted with people over there. Last two weeks there were many interesting developments in Oaxaca’s struggle.
Please join us on
February 4th, 2007
6pm – 8pm
St. Marks Church, e. 10th st and 2nd ave
Despite the repression, imprisonment of over 40 people and the atmosphere of terror and uncertainty maintained by governor Ruiz’s goons and police, people have progressively begun to break the fear. Two weeks ago an APPO was created in the coastal region of Juchitan; 36 Triqui Indian communities established the Autonomous municipality of Copala; the teachers union held its delegate assembly and decided to strengthen their relationship with APPO and call their membership to massively participate in tomorrow Tenth Mega-March. APPO is also conducting coordination both with their supporters in Mexico City and other states, the Other Campaign, and representatives of the Democratic National Convention to join efforts to broaden in support of Oaxaca’s democratic demands and against the rightist government of president Calderon.