In Mexico, Protests Against Drug Violence

Thursday, April 07, 2011

More protests are scheduled to take place in Mexico. People are extremely angry about the 40,000 people who have been killed in drug-related violence and peaceful cities have begun to be afflicted by the drug wars. There are calls for President Calderone to step down because of the violence. For more on the protests is Franc Contreras, a freelance journalist in Mexico City.


Franc Contreras

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