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Thu Nov 30 2006 (Updated 12/02/06)
Disappearences and Deaths Mount in Oaxaca, Actions in Mexico, Solidarity in Sacramento
RIP Radio Universidad; Detentions Continue in Oaxaca
November 30th: The Federal Preventative Police expanded its operations into the surrounding towns around Oaxaca City. Today they have conducted a raid into Zaalchia, 11 kilometers outside of Oaxaca City and numerous other towns.Read More.On November 29th, control of Radio Universidad was handed over to the administrators of Benito Juarez Autonomous University. As part of an agreement with APPO, the University will now handle security for the station. The radio had not been secure since the barricade at Cinco Senores had been dismantled earlier that afternoon. A State Indigenous Forum took place at the Iglesia de los Pobres in Oaxaca City this week. Various religious, human rights, and other activists came together and examined the events that occurred on November 25th, and the fact that since then, the government has been hunting down APPO sympathizers and detaining them. This week, outgoing Mexican President Vicente Fox said that he would use a hard hand against the movement in Oaxaca. A number of people have been detained following invasions into their homes by the PFP. The Centro de Medios Libres has been moved to a new site, and its newswire should be functional soon. Chiapas Indymedia has filled a critical role in continuing coverage while CML was down.

There was a Oaxaca reportback, November 30th, at Bound Together Books in SF. December 1st was an international day of solidarity with APPO. There was a protest at 2pm in Oaxaca. There also was an all-day protest at the Mexican Consulate in Sacramento. More Dec 1st events. On December 2nd, the ISO held an event called "Lessons from Oaxaca," at the Women's Building in San Francisco (habra traduccion). On December 6th, Barucha Calamity Peller, who has contributed to Indybay from Oaxaca will give a reportback "Oaxaca: Portrait of Rebellion," at 8pm at Station 40 in San Francisco.

This Week's Updates from El Enemigo Común, including interview with "La Doctora" from Radio Univ. and Call for Action Against Torture of Detenidos in Oaxaca | Boston IMC Report: Testimony of a Detained Oaxaqueño 11/28 Radio Zapote report: Oaxaca Under Marshal Law | Mumia's Analysis: The Road from Oaxaca | 11/29 from La Jornada: Oaxaca: The End of Tolerance | Comuniques del EPR del 27 y 28 de Noviembre | Narco News: 11/29: The Coup d'Etat in Mexico | 11/27 Update on Oaxaca | Global Support for the APPO | APPO Website
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