“My pride is to fight for my people, which is above everything.”
- Marcos Alvino Ortíz
Escalated violence in the southern state of Oaxaca has driven the indigenous Triqui people out of their homes and into the streets of Mexico City. Between twenty and thirty men, women and children take residence in a large white tent outside in the Zócalo, a central plaza. There they are living, working and fighting for their rights.