In addition, we have most recently been intertwined with and supporting the work of the queer and feminist resistance happening in Mexico City. Our most recent independent documentary, Dwelling/Purple shows a mix of feminist and queer/trans black block communities, victims of gender violence and relatives of the disappeared and femicide victims who tell a story of the takeover of the National Human Rights Building in downtown Mexico City that was turned into a community center and living space and still remains today.
Safely documenting powerful resistance against the Mexican state has been pertinent for sustaining survival mutual aid projects and fundraising money for migrating asylum seekers and their families. Unfortunately we have hit a wall with our ability to continue to make create these films and continue our projects until we can raise money for new equipment. Our gear is very old and has been damaged in the course of the years and throughout numerous protests. With constant production of footage, we need a new hard drive, data transfer cables, computer charger, NoBreak, memory cards, and more storage archives.
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