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Photos from the Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity: Baltimore and Washington, DC

By: Claudia Ana Rodriguez, Witness for Peace Mexico Team

The Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD) traveled over 6000 miles for a month in the United States raising awareness about the impacts of the U.S. foreign policies in Mexico. Find out more about the Movement and their Caravan from blogs by former WFP Delegate and Caravan Participant, Alissa Escarce here and here.

Below is a photo slide show from the caravan’s events in Baltimore and Washington, DC. Cavaneros met with local community activists and also government representatives, telling their stories and demanding changes in U.S. domestic drug policy, immigration policy, enforcement of laws against illegal gun sales, the fight against money laundering, and a stop to U.S. military aid to Mexico.


Created with flickr slideshow. Photo #1: Caravan in Baltimore, Irvington Park Photo #2: Posters with Photos of Loved Ones Murdered or Disappeared Photo #3: Four Brothers from Michocan, Disappeared Photo #4: Jesus Israel Moreno Perez, disappeared in Oaxaca Photo #5: “We’ve had it up to here!” Photo #6: Galactic Cowboy, Kidnapped in Nuevo Leon Photo #7: Guillermo Gustavo Navarro Campos, Violently Murdered Photo #8: “I am Their Grandmother, Neither Distance Nor Time Will Separate Me from You All” Photo #9: Representative from Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Speaks in Baltimore Photo #10: Kimberly Armstrong, a mother in Baltimore Whose Son was Murdered Due to Neighborhood Violence Photo #11: Artists from the Mix Tape Project Perform for Caravan Photo #12: Mothers from Mexico Share their Stories Photo #13: Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Photo #14: Hector Cazares, Ruben Luna, and Alberto Cazares, Kidnapped Photo #15: Mauricio Aguilar Leroux, Missing from Veracruz since May 27, 2011 Photo #16: Mario Jorge Tovar Martinez and Juan Manuel Ortiz Rodriguez, Disappeared Photo #17: Five Women Disappeared in Nuevo Leon Photo #18: Summit to End the War on Drugs: Baltimore and Beyond Photo #19: Welcome Rally in Washington, DC Photo #20: Margarita Lopez, Shares Story of Murdered Daughter, Yahaira Guadalupe Photo #21: Guadalupe Aguilar, Shares Story of Disappeared Son, Jose Luis Arana Aguilar Photo #22: Victims Speak at Closing Event Photo #23: March in DC Photo #24: Witness For Peace’s NW Field Organizer Amy Traux Photo #25: No More Deaths! Photo #26: “Looking For: Franscisco ‘Kiko’ Guerrero” Photo #27: Closing Event in DC

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