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Mexican Farmers Protest the Entrance of GMO Corn

Monday, 25 February 2013 13:01 By Cristian Lusgado and Andalusia Knoll, The Real News Network | Video
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Andalusia Knoll is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Mexico City. In addition to Truthout, she is a frequent contributor to VICE News, AJ+, Democracy Now! and Upside Down World. In Mexico, she collaborates with various independent media and art collectives. Follow her on Twitter: @andalalucha.


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Mexican Farmers Protest the Entrance of GMO Corn

Monday, 25 February 2013 13:01 By Cristian Lusgado and Andalusia Knoll, The Real News Network | Video
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Andalusia Knoll

Andalusia Knoll is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Mexico City. In addition to Truthout, she is a frequent contributor to VICE News, AJ+, Democracy Now! and Upside Down World. In Mexico, she collaborates with various independent media and art collectives. Follow her on Twitter: @andalalucha.


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