Javier Sicilia Leads a Protest Against Mexico’s Drug War

Poet and activist Javier Sicilia lost his son to the drug violence that has plagued Mexico. In June, he led a caravan 1,500 miles across Mexico, stopping in some of the most ravaged cities to hold rallies for the grief-stricken communities. Read the full story, “Can a Grieving Poet’s Movement for Peace Save Mexico?” by Melissa del Bosque.

Jen Reel was an Observer intern before joining the staff in July 2010, first as Web Content Manager, and most recently as Multimedia Editor.

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