Thursday, March 26, 2009

Jose Matus: Border crossing and Yaqui villages

Jose Matus: Border crossing and Yaqui villages

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Jose Matus, Yaqui ceremonial leader, director of Indigenous Alliance without Borders, discusses increased difficulties for Indigenous Peoples crossing the border. For 30 years, Matus has escorted Yaqui ceremonial leaders and participants across the border for temporary stays for ceremonies. Meanwhile, in Redford, Texas, the abuses by the US Border Patrol have intensified, with harassment and detainment of border residents. Matus also describes life in Yaqui villages. Interview with Brenda Norrell at Censored News in Tucson.

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Listen also to:

--Mike Flores and Mark Anquoe of AIM: Border Patrol abuses, El Salvador elections and racist mascots at Carpinteria, Calif., at the Anarchist Book Fair in San Francisco.

--Carrie Dann, Manny Pino, Julie Fishel and Native Americans from California speak on the protection of sacred places at the IITC gathering in San Francisco.

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