Posts Tagged ‘Ayotzinapa’

Policias Persiguen, Golpean, y Detienen a Estudiantes Normalistas de Ayotzinapa

November 11, 2015

Hoy un grupo de 250 normalistas de Ayotzinapa fueron perseguidos, golpeados y detenidos. Son en estos tiempos donde se necesita en espiritu de Lucio Cabañas. Un espiritu comprometido con el pueblo y dispuesto para apoyar a los estudiantes en tiempos dificiles. Los hechos de hoy son muestra clara que el caso de Ayotzinapa fue del estado. Tengo tanta rabia que mejor los dejo con este video y unos articulos para los que quieran leer un poco mas de los eventos de hoy.

http://www.sdpnoticias.com/nacional/2015/11/11/mas-de-30-normalistas-no-han-sido-localizados-tras-enfrentamiento-en-tixtla

http://www.sdpnoticias.com/local/guerrero/2015/11/11/policias-persiguen-golpean-y-detienen-a-normalistas-de-ayotzinapa

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/ultimas/2015/11/11/al-menos-20-normalistas-heridos-por-desalojo-en-carretera-de-chilpancingo-4858.html

Fotos de la marcha de Ayotzinapa en Los Angeles

September 27, 2015

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Ana Tijoux Envia Un Mensaje Solidario A Los Familiares de Ayotzinapa

April 28, 2015

Ana Tijoux despues de su concierto en Santa Ana tomo tiempo para enviar este emotivo mensaje a los familiares de los 43 normalistas desaparecidos en Ayotzinapa.

#VivosSeLosLlevaron #VivosLosQueremos

Normalista de Ayotzinapa Relata Su Experiencia Durante La Caravana43

April 12, 2015

Durante la Caravana43 en Los Angeles, Angel Neri De la Cruz Ayala, compartio su experiencia en aquella triste y dolorosa noche del 26 de Septiembre.

La #Caravana43 Traera a Padres e Estudiantes de Ayotzinapa a Los Angeles

March 18, 2015

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Los Angeles, CA—El 19 de Marzo, El Colectivo Caravana 43 Los Angeles/Inland Empire daran la bienvenida a padres y estudiantes de Ayotzinapa a esta gran ciudad. Estaran en Los Angeles y Riverside hasta el Domingo, donde se habra una gran Marcha que comenzara en la Placita Olvera y terminara en el Consulado Mexicano.

Los 5 miembros que participaran en la Caravana de Los Angeles/Inland Empire son:

Blanca Luz Nava Velez, Madre de Jorge Alvarez Nava

Estanislao Mendoza Chocolate, Padre de Miguel Angel Mendoza Zacarias

Angel Neri De La Cruz Ayala, Estudiante

Josimar De La Cruz Ayala, Estudiante

Cruz Bautista Salbador, Profesor Bilingue

Van a ver dos grupos, Grupo A y Grupo B.

Grupo A llegaran a Los Angeles el 19 de Marzo, y en ese grupo viene:

Angel Neri De La Cruz Ayala y Cruz Bautista Salbador.

El Grupo B llegaran a Los Angeles el 20 de Marzo y en ese grupo viene:

Blanca Luz Nava Velez, Estanislao Mendoza Chocolate y Josimar De La Cruz Ayala.

El Itinerario durante su estadia es el siguiente:

Jueves, 19 de Marzo:

  • 11:30am–Llegada del Grupo A al aeropuerto LAX; Recibimiento y declaracion de 5 minutos. (Group A arrives to LAX; Welcoming and Brief Declaration of 5 minutes)
  • 2:30-4:00pm–Presentacion en Cal State Northridge.
  • 4:30pm-8:00pm–Conferencia Prensa y Entrevista con Medios

Viernes, 20 de Marzo

Actividades de Grupo A

  • 10:00am-12:00pm–Presentacion en Cal State L.A., Room King Hall C4073 Direccion: 5151 University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032. Los que gusten mas informacion pueden llamar al Latin American Studies Department–323-343-2298 o via email: lasprogramcsula@gmail.com
  • 2:00-5:00pm–Participacion en taller en Conferencia de California Federation of Teachers (Manhattan Beach)

Actividades de Grupo B

  • 11:00am Llegada al aeropuerto de Los Angeles LAX
  • 2:00-3:30pm: Evento con Estudiantes y Padres de Familia de la escuela Animo Leadership High School en Inglewood, CA
  • 3:30-5:00pm Evento Comunitario: Restaurante La Feria: 10903 South Inglewood, Inglewood, CA 90304

Sabado, 21 de Marzo

  • 10:00am-12:00pm–Placita Olvera: Evento Cultural–Primavera Ayotzinapa y Conferencia de Prensa
  • 1:00-3:00pm–Evento con la comunidad Centroamericana (CARECEN: 2845 W. 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90005)
  • 5:00-7:00pm–Evento Comunitario en el Edificio de UTLA (United Teachers Los Angeles) 3303 Wilshire Blvd, 10th FL, Los Angeles, CA 90010 (Estacionamiento por la parte de atras. ABIERTO PARA TODO EL PUBLICO

Domingo, 22 de Marzo

Actividades de Grupo A

  • 10:00am-11:00am–Participacion en plenaria de la Confederacion de la California Federation of Teachers en Manhattan Beach

Actividades de Grupo B

  • 8:30am-10:30am–Desayuno abierto al Publico y Convivencia con la Caravana en Life Arts Center, 3485 University Ave, Riverside, CA 92501
  • 11:00am-12pm–Misa por Ayotzinapa en la Iglesia: Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 5250 Central Ave, Riverside, CA 92504

Actividades de Grupo A y Grupo B Conjuntos

  • 1:00pm-4:00pm–Marcha de Placita Olvera al Consulado General de Mexico.

Los Compas tienen una cuenta de Banco para los que quieran apoyarlos economicamente. La cuenta se llama: Coalition for Justice in the Maquiladoras.

Banco—Wells Fargo

Cuenta—247 595 8100

Pueden enviar su check al:

Coalition for Justice in the Maquiladoras

3611 Golden Tee LN

Missouri City, TX 77459

**** El dinero es para pagar los gastos de boletos de avion y transporte terrestre de los compas de Ayotzi en Estados Unidos y para apoyar a las Madres y Padres de Ayotzinapa. Nada del dinero se usara para ningun otro fin.

AYOTZINAPA VIVE!! LA LUCHA SIGUE!!

Dodgers Fans DEMAND Dodgers Take Down Photo Op Pic With Mexican President

December 10, 2014

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This is the Jersey AGON should have given the Mexican President

This past Monday, Dodgers fans from Mexican descent were meant with the surprising and shocking news that Adrian Gonzalez was captured giving Mexican President, Enrique Peña Nieto, a personalized #23 Dodgers jersey. That picture was uploaded in the social media sites operated by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Immediately fans began commenting and urging for the Dodgers to take the photo down.

As a lifelong and die-hard Dodgers fan, I was very upset! I am a passionate Dodgers fans who goes to about 20 games per season but my PASSION for Justice is stronger than my allegiance to my beloved team. After voicing my concerns in the Dodgers instagram account, I decided to give them a call this morning and talked to a represent of their PR department. I talked to a guy named Ray. I was not convinced that my concerns were heard so during my lunch break I decided to go to Dodger Stadium and speak directly to a representative of the Dodgers PR.

I talked to Yvonne Carrasco and explained to her that I ask the Dodgers to take the AGon pic down since it is very disrespectful to their fans who have voiced their concerns in their social media sites. She told me that it was that easy, that she was going to gather my concerns and take it to her team and decide where they go from here. I told her that their is nothing to think about and I gave her an example. I told her to imagine the Dodgers giving Darren Wilson a Dodgers Jersey while people are on the streets protesting and chanting, “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!,” and “I can’t breathe!” Yvonne disagree with me and stated both are separate incidents. She then informed me why people don’t focus on the great things that AGon has done to help our community and that the picture wasn’t political but people have made it political. I informed her that it is political. And if she didn’t want this to be bigger than it is, I let her know that by removing the pic will alleviate some of the damage. I went on to informed her that by the Dodgers ignoring peoples’ comments to remove the AGON pic and then uploading a Zack Greinke picture in their Instragram account that was a very disrespectful act.

I asked Yvonne if she was of Mexican descent to see if she truly understand where I was coming from. She said she wasn’t but stated that she understood my point of view. One doesn’t have to be of Mexican descent to see the damage that picture has done when the country is trying to heal from the loses of the 43 college students of Ayotzinapa and the thousands of lives that have been loss due to the Narco Government that has operated in Mexico for years. Yvonne is of Ecuadorian descent and after hearing her talk about Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa being a “communist,” made me come to a conclusion that her politics are pretty conservative given that Correa is not a communist but is a very Progressive President who has done more for Ecuador than all the right wingers did while they were in office.

If the Dodgers continue to ignore the fans demands to bring the AGON photo down, expect them to receive a huge backlash from the community. The community will want answers to their questions and the reputation of Adrian Gonzalez will be tarnished in our community. To avoid further damage it is in the best interest of the Dodgers organization to remove the picture and remove it immediately.

Below is the picture that has created this backlash and the pictures I took during my trip to Dodger Stadium to voice my concerns. This was the paper I handed over to her hoping she understand that Dodgers Fans stand on the side of Justice and in solidarity with the Ayotzinapa movement.

Todos Somos Ayotzinapa–Marcha en Solidaridad desde Los Angeles

November 30, 2014

Asi se vieron las marchas de solidaridad en el Paro Nacional, 20 de Noviembre, el dia de la Revolucion en Mexico.