The Police Are Waiting

The Police Are Waiting

The Police Are Waiting

The Police Are Waiting

The People and the Police

The People and the Police

The People and the Police

The People and the Police

The People and the Police

The People and the Police

The Police Attack First (See raised batons)

The Police Attack First (See raised batons)

Running from the Tear Gas

Running from the Tear Gas

People Throwing Tear Gas Back

People Throwing Tear Gas Back

APPO Bus Barricade

APPO Bus Barricade

Police Move Forward (See between buses)

Police Move Forward (See between buses)

Defending Their Ground

Defending Their Ground

Victims of Repression

Victims of Repression

Victims of Repression

Victims of Repression

More Victims of Police Violence

More Victims of Police Violence

More Victims of Police Violence

More Victims of Police Violence

Critically Injured by a Tear Gas Canister

Critically Injured by a Tear Gas Canister

Burning Buses

Burning Buses

Burning Buses, Barricades

Burning Buses, Barricades

Burning Buses, Barricades

Burning Buses, Barricades

¨Resistencia Puede¨: ¨Resistance Can Do It¨

¨Resistencia Puede¨: ¨Resistance Can Do It¨

On July 16, 2007, as thousands of Oaxaquenos attempted to hold the People´s Guelaguetza, marching in the streets to the auditorium at the Fortin Mountain, police forces attacked the unarmed, peaceful crowd. Clashes ensued between the marchers and the police, lasting over five hours and resulting in 1 protester killed, 30 critically injured, and 65 detained or disappeared. There are urgent calls for demonstrations of international solidarity. Full report from Kelly, James and Michael coming tomorrow.