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Oaxaca Today: paz sin justicia
Date Wednesday April 09
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV)
515 Broadway
Santa Cruz
Event Type Speaker
Organizer/AuthorSanta Cruz - Oaxaca Solidarity
Emailsantacruz [at] elenemigocomun.net
Oaxaca Today, Peace Without Justice: Neoliberalism and Indigenous Resistance

Wednesday, April 9th
Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV)
515 Broadway, Santa Cruz

7 - 9 pm presentation
9 - 10 pm discussion of land-based struggles in Santa Cruz (Upper Campus and Beach Flats Community Garden), D-Q University, 'Vancouver BC' and Oaxaca, etc.

This Bilingual multi-media workshop / presentation will include scene selections from three films: "El Enemigo Común" (2005), "El Machete" (2007) and "Paz Sin Justicia" (2008) in order to illustrate neoliberal atrocities and community based resistance to them in Oaxaca, Mexico.

"El Enemigo Común" documents paramilitary activity in Oaxaca from 2000-2005, leading up to the arrival of Ulises Ruiz Ortiz, Oaxaca's current governor.

"El Machete" was filmed and edited by indigenous women and youth from communities in Oaxaca, during the winter of 2007, and documents a more profound look at the day to day struggles for land, water, transportation, culture, dignity, justice, liberty, and peace.

"Paz Sin Justicia," a 41 minute film by the Committee in Defense of the Rights of the People - CODEP, examines what Oaxaca looks like today in 2008, and what it really means for Oaxaca to return to normal after the 2006 uprising. Corruption, institutionalized repression, and economic slavery are the standard through which a weak government attempts to hold itself together and stay in power.

Videos / workshop presented by Simón Sedillo, a human rights filmmaker who has spent the last 6 years documenting and teaching community-based video in indigenous communities in Oaxaca, in immigrant communities in the US, and with youth of color across the US.
http://elenemigocomun.net/banda/simon

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Oaxaca Hoy, Paz Sin Justica: Neoliberalismo y Resistancia Indigina

Miércoles el 9 de Abril
Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV)
515 Broadway, Santa Cruz

7 - 9 pm presentacion
9 - 10 pm discusión sobre luchas basado en la tierra en Santa Cruz ('Upper Campus' de UCSC y El Jardín Comunitario de la Playa), Universidad de D-Q, 'Vancouver BC' y Oaxaca, etc.

Este taller bilingüe y presentación multimedia hecho en diferente partes a través 3 videos: "El Enemigo Común (2005)", "El Machete" (2007) y "Paz Sin Justicia" (2008) Ilustra las atrocidades neo liberales y resistancia comunitaria en Oaxaca, Mexico.

"El Enemigo Común" documenta actividades para-militares en Oaxaca desde 2000-2005, antes de entrada a Ulises Ruiz Ortiz, el gobernador de oaxaca ahora.

"El Machete" era filmada y editado por mujeres indígenas y jóvenes de comunidades de Oaxaca, durante el invierno de 2007 y documenta una mirada profunda a las luchas de cada día por tierra, agua, transportación, cultura, dignidad, justicia, libertad y paz.

"Paz Sin Justicia" es una película de 41 minutos del Comité en Defensa del Derechos del Pueblo (CODEP) y examina el situación en Oaxaca hoy en 2008 y que es normalidad dentro Oaxaca después de levantamiento de 2006. Corrupcion institucional represión, y esclavitud económica son las cosa que usas un gobierno débil y tirano para mantener su poder.

Taller desde Simon Sedillo, un videographer que traba en Oaxaca hace 6 anos ensenando y documentando video comunitaria dientro los communidads indigina en Oaxaca, en communidads immigrante en Esdados Unidos y con jovenes de color en Estados Unidos.
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Added to the calendar on Friday Apr 4th, 2008 12:37 PM
§Oaxaca Hoy, Paz Sin Justica: Neoliberalismo y Resistancia Indigina
by Santa Cruz - Oaxaca Solidarity Friday Apr 4th, 2008 12:37 PM
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