They took to the streets by the thousands, generating headlines and dramatically disrupting the day-to-day rhythms of the hemisphere’s largest city.
But do the Mexicans opposing the government’s proposed reforms have any real political stroke?
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Eva Hershaw lived in Austin for four years while earning masters degrees in journalism and Latin American studies from the University of Texas. She graduated at the end of 2012 and is now a freelance journalist in Mexico City.