based in Puebla, Mexico
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Ale Rajal is a documentary photographer born and based in Mexico. Her vision focus mainly on creating awareness to different realities through photographs, believing this would bring social...
After the rise of gasoline in Mexico, many Mexicans have gathered together to raise their voices against the federal government.
A lot of the media had spread fear among citizens talking about assaults happening around the cities, even though it holds some truth there is also bigger side of the picture hidden from the people.
Today January 7th 2017, Mexicans around the country gathered in their cities to protest in a pacific manner. A day before a voice message in Puebla was shared from Whatsapp, asking citizens to remain at their houses since the police was going to take active action against people no matter who they were (children, women, etc.) These tactics of fear are very common in Mexico but luckily some people ignored them and went outside to march, there was no use of force or clashing groups.
It is important to remain vocal when our rights are taken away from us.