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Mexican youth organize for ‘authentic democracy’ | Waging Nonviolence

Nearly two weeks have passed since the first massive “Yo Soy 132,” or “I am 132,” protest in Mexico on May 23. On that date, thousands of Mexican university students, academics, youth, as well as some who were not-so-youthful, began to mobilize for the democratization of Mexico’s media and against the role that the media is playing in the upcoming presidential elections. And the youth are seriously moving.

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