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August 29, 2008



The FAO, which now has a sister organization, FAO-Montreal, is undertaking a popular education campaign to raise awareness of the situation in Cerro de San Pedro and of the role of Canadian mining companies in Mexico. The history of Mexico is one of colonizing forces seeking to extract mineral riches from under Indigenous and Mexican soil. Anti-mining activists argue that this latest wave of extraction, carried out by Canadian mining companies, continues the same colonial pattern.

by Tatiana Gomez

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