ePhoto: September 2021

Photos from our visit to Radio Hyualacocotla

While walking the streets of Huayacocotla in Veracruz, Mexico, you will find men, women, and children carrying small radios with them around town or in fields where they work – and they are all listening to the same community radio station: Radio Huayacocotla: La Voz Campesina.

After Population Media Center’s successful broadcast of Toma Mi Mano (“Take My Hand”) in Guatemala, the team at Radio Huayacocotla requested the rights to broadcast the popular show to their 600,000-person audience across seven Mexican states. Prior to the broadcast, PMC-Mexico Country Director Cecilia Orvañanos visited Huayacocotla and sent in amazing photos to share with you, our loyal ePhoto followers. Use the link below to see photos of our partner radio station and the people and places of Huayacocotla.

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A wall on the side of the road covered in a mural painting. The mural features a woman with light skin and dark hair, a globe, and flowers.

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