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In order to stand in solidarity with the families of the dead and disappeared women in Chihuahua Mexico, several actions are taking place the weekend of the celebrations of the day of the dead.

Sponsored by:

Women in Black, New York
La Peña del Bronx
El Grupo de Trabajadores por la Paz
La Red de Solidaridad con Venezuela

A Solemn Vigil
Saturday, November 1st
Starting at 11am
In front of the Mexican Consulate
27 East 39th Street
proceeding to the United Nations
at 46th street and First Avenue

November the 1st at 11:00 AM several groups will congregate outside the Mexican Consulate in New York as part of a greater national and international effort to ask the resolution of the hundreds of cases of dead and disappeared women in the border cities of Juarez and Chihuahua.
United and Silent we will walk towards the UN where we will continue the
Vigil until 12:30 PM.

contact: Brenda Campos


Special Remembrance
of the disappeared Mexican women
Sunday, November 2, 2003
6:00 p.m.
Vesper Service
Cathedral of St. John the Divine


110 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10025

Altars, Procession and Ancestral Dances
Date: Sunday, November the 2nd
1:00 PM Workshops

6:00 PM Procession in honor of the dead women in Juarez
&:30 PM Altars exhibition and ancestral dances
Place: AICH
404 Lafayette Street


Sunday Nov 2nd (day of the dead)

American Indian Community House and NYSCA invites us to a day of remembrance of our dead ones and the dead women in Juarez.
From 1:00pm to 4:00 pm workshops will be held.

6:00 pm to 7:00 pm A procession performance will take place in solidarity with the cases in Ciudad Juarez from 404 Lafayette street to Union Square. Several organizations and groups performing ancestral dances will be walking in the procession.

7:00 pm
404 Lafayete Street
8th Floor.
Everyone is invited to the altar exhibition and watch ancestral dances and music while drinking traditional hot chocolate, Mexican day of the dead bread, traditional food and candies.

For any question or suggestion you can write to:
Or call Nieves at: (718) 292 61 37 or Brenda (646) 710 09 86

Some of the organizations that are participating and supporting this vigil:
Justicia para Nuestras Hijas
Women in Black
Grupo de Trabajadoras por la Paz
Vamos a la Peña del Bronx
Red de Solidaridad con Venezuela
Mujeres Radicales
Action Center
Coatlicue Theatre Company
New York Zapatistas
Centro de Desarrollo de la Mujer Dominicana
Centro Guatemalteco Tecun Uman
Iglesia San Romero de las Americas
As well as independent artists, activists and concerned individuals.