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Sun Oct 5 2008
Indynewswire for October 3, 2008: Gender and Violence in Mexico
Sun Oct 5 2008
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Santa Cruz
The indynewswire show airs weekly on Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1 FM, Friday mornings 10-12 noon, broadcasting news and opinion from independent media worldwide, focused on indymedia sites but also drawing from other websites. The October 3rd episode features discussion of sexual violence, patriarchy, and militarism across Mexico. This show is dedicated to Sali (Marcella Grace Eiler), found dead September 24th in San Jose del Pacifico, Oaxaca, Mexico. imc_audio.gifRead More and Listen to Audio

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