Mexicans protest against genetically modified corn

A theatrical protest in Mexico City against genetically modified corn. Scores of people took to the streets of the capital Saturday – including this man, dressed as an arch-capitalist. They are denouncing a government decision allowing multi-national companies to grow genetically altered maize. Protesters say this will drive the country’s small corn producers into bankruptcy and imperil Mexico’s native varities of corn.

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