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Anarchist groups use the walls of the Zocalo to communicate their vision for a new Oaxaca.
Taken: Aug 13, 2007
Tents of the "plantón" - peoples occupation - in the Zocalo.
The popular movement in Oaxaca includes a broad section of the Mexican left, including the Stalinists.
More tents of the plantón.
The bootleg video salesmen in the Zocalo are all showing videos of the recent APPO marchs - all over the Zocalo crowds gather around to watch the videos.
APPO political graffiti plasters the walls of the city.
Boycott the Commercial Guelaguetza.
Taken: Oct 9, 2011
Many of the vendors selling food in the Zocalo are APPO members who proudly display their affilation.
All power to the people.
Long live the peoples Guelaguetza.
Workers camp outside a closed hotel, near the Zocalo.
Workers camp outside a closed hotel, near the Zocalo. The hotel owners closed the hotel a few months ago, abandoning the workers who had not been paid.
Now the unemployed workers camp out in front of the hotel day and night, demanding justice and reminding passersby that “Oaxaca is a city of the people - not the bosses.”
No more repression.
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