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Sublevarte Colectivo -- Asesino -- Vota A Peña Nieto -- Asesino
Sublevarte Colectivo -- Asesino -- Vota A Peña Nieto -- Asesino
Digital CollectionStreet Art Graphics
TitleSublevarte Colectivo -- Asesino -- Vota A Peña Nieto -- Asesino
ContributorSublevarte Colectivo
Time Span2012
Geographic LocationBoston, Massachusetts, United States
Classgraphic arts
Description"Vota a" means "vote for." Enrique Peña Nieto ran successfully for President of Mexico in 2012. Here he is labeled as a murderer. He has been criticized for turning a blind eye to high rates of femicide in the state of Mexico while he was governor and for allegedly xx, yy, and zzz (?). Red, green, and white are Mexico's national colors. Sublevarte Colectivo is "a group born of the student strikes in Mexico City in 1999. They believe that graphic art should be a vehicle of expression and communication in society, and that these days the power of the visual image is stronger than words. They have brought this vision to their work with the Zapatistas, the flower sellers of Atenco, the striking teachers of Oaxaca, and dozens of other social struggles in Mexico." In 2012, the group presented an exhibition of their work at the Interference Archive in Brooklyn, NY. See
NotesCollected at the 2012 Boston Anarchist Bookfair. "The Boston Anarchist Bookfair hopes to bring together people struggling to destroy capitalism, imperialism, patriarchy, heterosexism, racism, colonialism, statism and all other forms of oppression. The Boston Anarchist Bookfair explores the ideas of a system that avoids the use of coercion, violence, force and authority, while still producing a productive and desirable society. The Boston Anarchist Bookfair advocates stateless societies based on non-hierarchical voluntary associations." -- Boston Anarchist Bookfair website:
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