More on Mexico’s drug war-resisters

    WNV contributor Jens Erik Gould was on Sarasota’s WSLR Florida Caribe program last week to talk about his work reporting on stories of ordinary Mexicans who are peacefully resisting the violence of the drug war. Read Gould’s WNV story “Looking for Gandhis in Mexico” published earlier this month, and then hear more about his work at the 21:40 mark in the above audio player.

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