Tuesday, May 08, 2012

News at Eleven: Half of the document is dedicated to monitoring

[Javier] Sicilia's activities after the discovery of his son's corpse on March 28, 2011. It reports on all MPJD meetings and activities every day from April to September, including those held with Calderón at Los Pinos, as well as the Caravans for Peace in the north and south; it lists the people participating in the meetings, what the demands were, excerpts from the poet's statements and the number of people who attended the demonstrations.

from Upside Down World: Mexico: Calderón Government Monitoring Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity Leaders
then The Bay State Banner: Mexican poet Sicilia brings campaign for peace to U.S.


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