Drug Violence in Mexico’s Heartlands.

Tuesday 1_673x324Radio Bilingüe is hosting a public dialogue on a crisis few in U.S. major media talk about: gross human rights violations in Mexico. A group of artists and scientists meet in San Francisco to engage the local community in this conversation. On a related note, an activist Catholic priest from the embatled state of Michoacan tours the US in an effort to find support for towns ravaged by narco-violence terror and impunity. He talks about the self-defense movement, the atmosphere leading to local elections, and the federal plans for the region.

Guests: Hugo Morales, Executive Director, Radio Bilingüe, Fresno, CA; Father Gregorio López, “Father Goyo,” Vicar of the Catholic Diocese of Apatzingan, Mexico.

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One Response to Drug Violence in Mexico’s Heartlands.

  1. Javier Ceja said: Saludos a los Participantes en la idea y organizacion del foro sobre la violencia en Mexico. Una descabellada idea sobre los comentarios de que Hacer aqui en E.U. sobre la situacion de Mexico. Los migrantes Mexicanos aqui Que emvian dinero a Mexico son la primera y unica fuente de ingreso de dolares para el gobierno. No hay que pensarlo mucho un boicot o paro de emvios como se sentirian los gobernantes. Nadie comento esto ni lo propuso.Saludos de Oregon

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