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Photos from the Oaxaca Solidarity Action at the San Diego Mexican Consulate. It started at 6 pm on Friday, October 30, and is still continuing. Seven people participated in an overnight sleep-in.

speaker representing oaxacan indigenous communities
speaker representing oaxacan indigenous communities












Two protestors were detained by the San Diego police for blocking the sidewalk and "disobeying police orders". Apparently it is illegal to disobey illegal orders, according to the SDPD interpretation of city code.



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ANNOUNCEMENT

30.10.2006 21:39


Please Spread for those in San Diego. For those of you in other places reports from your actions would be cool to hear about. The encampment at the mexican consulate continues. Reinforcements are needed. There was a good little rally last night with about 25-30 people with live reports received from Oaxaca. many then set up camp in front and stayed the night. Any time you can come by--for an hour, the afternoon, or the night--would be fantastic. As long as the repression in Oaxaca continues we should disprupt the embasy and show our solidarity with the people of Oaxaca.

The embassy is located at the corner of India and Cedar street in Little Italy. People are especially needed at nightfall (between 6 and 7 pm) to continue the vigil.

donkilo





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