Fed up with heightened violence, Mexican women joined in the mobilization against feminicide convoked from Argentina after the violent rape and murder of young Lucía Perez.
The combative march brought together more than 400 libertarian, anarchist, and antifascist compañerxs who were able to get to Tlatelolco to remember the fallen from October 2, 1968 and to demand freedom for political prisoners.
A rally and march around the Santiaguito prison in Almoloya de Juarez closed out a series of Activities for the Freedom of the Defenders of the Water and Life of San Pedro Tlanixco.
With this documentary, we want to make public what took place between June and August of 2016, through the voices of the citizens, teachers, mothers, and municipal authorities of Oaxaca.
Today we declare an indefinite hunger strike for total liberation as an act of self-determination, of incitement to widespread revolt.
The face of the 43 missing and the tenacity of their families and compañeros are the other 43 dispatches on war and resistance. To them we add the pain, rage, and resistance of the originary peoples and the rebellions of millions all over Mexico and around the world.
October 15 support the 80,000 farmworkers in San Quintín with the message that the boycott of Driscoll's Berries continues until there is a union contract.
In the face of their policies of terror, we state we are not afraid, their sentences will collapse, because we have reason and organization on our side.
We will continue our resistance, boycotting Driscoll's for a better life and a better future for farmworkers' families in San Quintín.