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“Unsilenced” tells the story of Atilano Román Tirado, who led a resistance movement of hundreds of families displaced by the construction of the massive Picachos dam in northwestern Mexico. He was eventually assassinated, on-air, while hosting ‘Así es mi tierra,’ his radio show for fellow displaced residents.
“I remember the first time we spoke,” Garcia says. “His eyes radiated strength and courage. He told us that the show was his mission, that someone had to be at the front of the movement.”
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