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By Ruby Love, Sarah Bradley, & Jasmine Kozak Gilroy WEDNESDAY 4/20 MEXICO: Government Repression Grows Against Indigenous Self-Defense Forces Evergreen Library. 6:30 pm. On Wednesday, a panel of speakers will meet in the Library to “explore the politicized incarceration of Nestora Salgado, neoliberalism, and the Drug War in Mexico as well as touch on indigenous, feminist, and ecological justice movements in Mexico.” The event features five different speakers, each planning to focus on a specific topic related to the event’s overall theme. According to the event’s Facebook page, the speakers include: Nestora Salgado, “Indigenous leader, a naturalized U.S. citizen, and ex-political prisoner in Mexico.” She was detained by Mexican federal soldiers in 2013 as a result of her activism. She was held in a maximum security prison and denied contact with her attorney and her family. Dr. Filiberto Barajas-Lopez, U.W. College of Educ...

 
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By Sara Fabian, Photos by Blaine Ewig Who knew that Evergreen’s very own CAB building could be transformed into a grand bazaar. On Dec. 4, local and student venders encircled the rooms on the second and third floor. Through the successful crowds of merchants and buyers, I was able to ask some of the venders a few questions in between sales. Rainy Smalls Etsy Store: Purple Hooks 1. Why scarves? About five years ago, Rainey saw her aunt making crocheted blankets, was immediately entranced and took up crochet 2. Favorite Accessory? The infinity scarf because you can wrap it around your neck or over your head Olivia Martinez Etsy Shop: East O The Sun 1. How she got started? In her free time, Olivia picked up the hobby of making necklaces. At Evergreen, Olivia took a class on soldering which inspired her line of jewelry. 2. Must-have accessory? Earrings; they’re both pretty and don’t get in the way of daily activ...