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Colectivo Cinema Errante presents the film Fraude: México 2006 a documentary on the presidential elections in Mexico. Cinema Errante is dedicated to restore the importance of controversial Latino films. The doors will open at 7pm at the Eric Quezada Center. A discussion panel will begin at 7:30pm before the screening at 8:30pm.
Topics and Panelists:
Voting from abroad
Araceli Martínez, La Opinión correspondent in Sacramento
Indigenous people and customs and traditions vote
Ricardo Ibarra, journalist and coordinator of Tu Ritual Virtual at RadioIndigena.com
The role of main stream media to help consolidate the electoral fraud
Samuel Orozco, Radio Bilingüe’s news director and Noticiero Latino’s executive producer
The use of mathematics in the electoral fraud in 2006 and what can we expect in 2012
Jorge Alberto López, member of The Academy of Science in Mexico and author of “2012 ¿Fraude Electoral?”
Q and A
Moderator: Miguel Guerrero, KPFA Radio
Simultaneous translation: Lisa Milos, activist