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San Francisco Vigil for Oaxaca
Around 50 people, including friends of Brad Will in town for a community media conference, gathered this evening at San Francisco City Hall in solidarity with the people of Oaxaca, to remember those killed and call for the police and politicians to stop the repression and get out.
PFP (the Federal Police) have been authorized to enter Oaxaca. Until now it has been the state police who have been responsible for the repression in Oaxaca City.
Demonstrations in solidarity with the people of Oaxaca will continue tomorrow at 24th and Mission Streets in San Francisco.