As the coronavirus pandemic spreads through Mexico, indigenous communities in isolated areas are managing to contain it in their towns. Through self-organized curfews, blockades and sanitary checkpoints, they have been able to prevent new outbreaks. This and other stories are discussed in this binational edition.
Guests: Adolfo Regino, National Director, Instituto Nacional de los Pueblos Indígenas, Mexico City (TBC); Others TBC.
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