Tag Archives: Mexico

¿Y, si hubo fraude? and unions try to stop Walmart in Chinatown

   While most media regurgitate Calderón and the PRI’s assertions that Mexico has a president-elect, today on Hear in the City, Sara interviews investigative journalist and Enfoque Latino contributor Dolores Dorantes about what she calls “A Coup d’ Etat, Mexican … Continue reading

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2/07/2011: it’s the year of the Rabbit

Maya Goded

This past Saturday evening, Mexican photographer Maya Goded inaugurated a solo exhibition called Las Olvidadas at the California Museum of Photography in Riverside. Goded is a documentarian associated with the Magnum cooperative and known for her work in marginalized and … Continue reading

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