Oaxaca is Not Over!
On, Wednesday, October 24th, a benefit will be held at Station 40 in San Francisco at 7pm to support the continuing resistance in Oaxaca, Mexico. The newly released documentary “Un Poquito de Tanta Verdad” (A Little Bit of So Much Truth) will be screened accompanying dinner and refreshments. The proceeds of the evening will go to Colectivo Mujer Nueva (Oaxaca autonomous women collective) and VOCAL (Oaxacan Voices Constructing Freedom and Autonomy) an anarchist radio project in Oaxaca.
Un Poquito De Tanta Verdad, the new documentary by Corrugated Films in collaboration with Mal De Ojo TV, has been described by Emir Sader, of the Latin American Council on Social Sciences, as “Powerful…impressive. An essential testimony. Without a doubt, A Little Bit of So Much Truth will leave it’s mark on contemporary, independent documentary filmmaking.”
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$3-$10 (No one turned away for lack of funds)
“Un Poquito De Tanta Verdad” (A Little Bit of So Much Truth)
with music and burritos
….. refreshments will be provided
This event is A BENEFIT for:
Colectivo Mujer Nueva (Oaxaca autonomous women collective)
VOCAL (Oaxacan Voices Constructing Freedom and Autonomy) an anarchist radio project in Oaxaca. Please come support groups still actively organizing under repression in Oaxaca.
Un Poquito De Tanta Verdad, the new documentary by corrugated films in collaboration with Mal De Ojo TV. This documentary is one of the most conclusive and informative documentaries from the Oaxaca uprising.
“Beautiful, powerful, dramatic…magnificent …provides a remarkably deep and penetrating look into the people who made up the movement. Everyone interested in Mexico, in teachers and education, in workers’ movements, in indigenous people, in the state of our world and the struggle for social justice should see the video” – Mexican Labor and News Analysis
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