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    Marissa Alexander made a decision for herself and her family to accelerate the (un-free) freedom that all who live black in the United States have when we aren't formally caged.

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    Let's highlight the importance of framing and narratives, and the power of including the Global South, in a global day of boycott against multinational corporations.

Roberto Cintli Rodriguez

Roberto Cintli Rodriguez

Roberto Rodriguez, an assistant professor in Mexican-American studies at the University of Arizona, can be reached at xcolumn@gmail.com.

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Roberto Cintli Rodriguez

Roberto Cintli Rodriguez

Roberto Rodriguez, an assistant professor in Mexican-American studies at the University of Arizona, can be reached at xcolumn@gmail.com.

Other articles by this author

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By Roberto Cintli Rodriguez, Truthout | Opinion

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By Roberto Cintli Rodriguez, SpeakOut | Op-Ed

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By Roberto Cintli Rodriguez, SpeakOut | News Analysis

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