The People The Land The Struggle
An inside look at the people, politics, land and
culture of Chiapas, Mexico
By Scott Sady
Most of these images were made while working as a photographer for
the Associated Press in Mexico between 1994-1998. At the present day,
they serve more as a historical reminder of the way things were and
could be again. There have been great changes in the Mexican political
landscape since these images were made, but great injustice remains. A
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URGENT-Mexican government aggression expands against foreigners, pressThe Mexican government's aggressive and vague campaign to remove all foreign human rights and health workers as well as journalists, in short anyone who may be able to bear witness to and draw attention to the next Mexican army offensive, has expanded to include representatives of the worlds largest media organizations. Here Mexican police beat up Associated Press photographer Pasqual Gorriz, who had gone to the airport in Tuxtla Gutierrez to photograph the illegal forced deportation of 12 foreigners, including three American's. Click to see more...
Mexico vs. The World
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last updated July 16, 1998