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Free Efrén: 15-year old honor student, wrongly charged 3 life sentences, spends 27th year changing the world from inside a cell

Efrén Paredes, Jr. was a 15-year-old honor student in St. Joseph, Michigan who was who was wrongly convicted by a majority White jury in Berrien County, Michigan, a community with a history of…
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Earth Warriors

#AyoyotesOnTheGround evokes sacred drum beats across the U.S. and Mexico against the Dakota Access Pipeline

Images from the Segunda Llamada of #AyoyotesOnTheGround at the Sacred Stone Camp. Image by E'Sha Hoferer. The call to defend Mother Earth and her waters at the spiritual resistance camps near the…
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La Nueva Raza

NOW ONLINE: La Nueva Raza barrio resistance news archive shares Texas Mexicanx/Xicanx history (2004-2009)

Announcing the release of the La Nueva Raza news archive, a multimedia platform that engaged barrio resistance movements from Texas and the Southwest from 2004-2009. La Nueva Raza was a multimedia project born…
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