1. viernes de reflexión

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    La Reunión Javier Sicilia y Felipe calderón ¡!!! , Ke barbarooo

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    • Protesting Violence.

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      A Viral video about the protesting violence /México City. April 8 2011 We recommend you to watch it on FULL SCREEN. If you like, press the button I like and leave your comment Thanks for watch the video Producer by GIGANTIC FILMS (Mexico City)

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      • Javier Sicilia - 2011 People's Choice Award, Global Exchange

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        Javier Sicilia is a Mexican father, poet, and citizen who lost his son in a drug war massacre on March 28, 2011. Juan Francisco Sicilia Ortega was murdered along with six friends in an act of violence that Morelos state authorities immediately dismissed as a settling of accounts. Juan Francisco and his friends murders took place in the context of more than 38,000 mostly nameless victims of this cruel and unnecessary war. Rather than retreat to the shadows of shock or fear, Sicilia has turned the pain of his searing loss into a tool for peace by convening marches and building a movement to free Mexico from the dogmas, dark alliances, impunity, and political expediency that fuel this tragic war. On June 1, 2011 Mr. Sicilia was honored by Global Exchange (www.globalexchange.org) at the 9th Annual Human Rights Awards. Watch his speech here: http://www.vimeo.com/25114103

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        • Javier Sicilia - 2011 People's Choice Honoree

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          On June 1, 2011, Global Exchange hosted it's 9th Annual Human Rights Awards in San Francisco, CA. People’s Choice Honoree Javier Sicilia is a Mexican father, poet and citizen who lost his son in a drug war massacre on March 28, 2011. Javier’s son, Juan Francisco Sicilia Ortega, was murdered along with six friends in an act of violence that Morelos state authorities in Mexico immediately dismissed as “a settling of accounts”. Juan Francisco and his friend’s murders took place in the context of more than 38,000 mostly nameless victims of this cruel and unnecessary war. Rather than retreat to the shadows of shock or fear, Sicilia has turned the pain of his searing loss into a tool for peace by convening marches and building a movement to free Mexico from the dogmas, dark alliances, impunity and political expediency that fuel this tragic war. More than 1,200 people selected Javier to be Global Exchange’s 2011 People’s Choice Honoree because of the leadership he has brought to a country hungry for voices of authentic change. This award honors his work to weave together a broad movement rooted in Mexico’s best traditions while calling on all of the participants of Mexico’s bloody war — criminals, police, army soldiers and officers, bankers, weapons dealers and political officials alike — to do their part to end the violence. Watch a video about Mr. Sicilia's work here: http://www.vimeo.com/25365876 Find out more at: http://www.globalexchange.org/countries/americas/mexico/

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          • Movimiento por la paz en México, pt 1: Inicios

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            Movement for Peace in Mexico: Beginnings. Spanish w/English subtitles. Pietro Ameglio, Mexican peace activist and educator, talks about the growing non-violent peace movement in Mexico. Filmed at the Brown Berets in Watsonville, California in May 2011. Event sponsored by IF (integrities.org). Movimiento por la Paz en México: Inicios. El activista y educador Pietro Ameglio habla sobre el creciente movimento por la paz no violenta en el taller de los Boinas Cafés en Watsonville, California, en mayo del 2011. Evento patrocinado por IF. Bilingüe. Primera de tres partes.

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            • Marcha por la Paz con Justicia y Dignidad, Cd. de México

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              Marcha por la Paz con Justicia y Dignidad, Cd. de México 8 de Mayo 2011 y despues de marchar que? Fotos. Nomada & Davjd Musica. Apparat

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              • Caravana por la Paz con Justicia y Dignidad, Cuernavaca-Ciudad Juárez, 4 de junio 2011

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                La Caravana por la Paz con Justicia y Dignidad, partió para Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, desde la ciudad de Cuernavaca, Morelos; su primer acto fue en la Ciudad de México, donde cientos de asistentes llegaron para sumarse a la Caravana y otros tantos para recibirlos y despedirles, deseándoles las mejores de las suertes en ese trayecto rumbo a la firma del Pacto Nacional. Ciudadanos y ciudadanas se sumarán, organizaciones, organismos civiles, iglesias, muchos más, con la intención de hacer una plataforma ciudadana plural que reconoce que no necesita a los partidos políticos, ni a las autoridades de gobierno. El ultimátum es: Si no hay respuesta, sólo nos dejan la desobediencia civil pacífica. Acá un reportaje del primer acto de la Caravana a su salida de Morelos el sábado 4 d ejunio en la Ciudad de México, el audio tiene fallas de origen ya que el sonido no fue lo mejor del acto, pongan atención y hagan un esfuerzo por escuchar a Javier Sicilia, de cualquier forma, las palabras de las y los participantes, dejan en claro el para qué y por qué de la Caravana.

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                • Excelente participación de Librofílica Non 5anta - Sábado, 04 de Junio del 2011

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                  El siguiente video incluye: - Cambio en los corazones: Sicilia. -A 2 años de la tragedia: caso ABC. -Apostar por las fuerzas armadas no es la vía para reconstruir el país: docentes. -Se burlan de Cordero... ¡Pobrecito! - Diálogos en el5antuario

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                  • No + Sangre Protesta en San Francisco por la violencia en México

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                    El domingo 8 de mayo se llevo a cabo una acción en San Francisco como protesta por la violencia que vive México. Al grito de No + Sangre y Estamos hasta la madre, cientos de voces solidarizaron con la Marcha por la Paz encabezada por el poeta Javier Sicilia, la cual salio el 5 de mayo de Cuernavaca, Morelos culminando el 8 de mayo en la ciudad de Mexico. Esta es sólo la primera de varias acciones ciudadanas que se realizarán en aras de lograr la paz en México.

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                    • Marcha por la Paz / March for Peace

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                      March for Peace Over a hundred thousand Mexicans came to support the call made by the Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, to protest against organised crime in the country and the murder of innocent victims caught up in the violence on drugs. Javier Sicilia has become one of the most outspoken opponents of Mexico's drug war and widespread drug-related violence since his son's slaying in March. His 24-year-old son was found dead on March 28, crammed into a car with six other bodies in Cuernavaca. Masking tape was wrapped around their heads, faces, wrists and ankles. Sicilia has led several demonstrations and vocally criticized officials' handling of the case.

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