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Ayotzinapa Team & Tonatierra Visits Mexican-American Studies Department in Arizona (Saturday, 14:58, 10/7/2017)

Ayotzinapa Team & Tonatierra Visits Mexican-American Studies Department in Arizona (Saturday, 14:58, 10/7/2017)

Mexican/Chicano human rights defenders & journalists will meet today, Saturday October 7, 2017, at the Modern Languages building of the University of Arizona - Tucson campus. Tupak Enrique Acosta & Evie Reyes-Aguirre of Tonatierra, an indigenous human rights organizations based in Phoenix, Mario Cesar Gonzales Contreras, a parent of one the disappeared Ayotzinapa students and their lawyer, Vidulfo Rosales Sierra (attorney for Centro de Derechos Humanos de la Montana TLACHINOLLAN) will make statements regarding current events.Also present will be Mexican journalist, Anabel Hernandez, Carlos Beristain, and Margo Cowan. There will be bilingual interpretation at this event.

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