Shortly after public unrest and protest violently exploded in the Mexican city of Oaxaca in 2006, journalist and economist Louis E.V. Nevaer and the late photographer Elaine Sendyk began to document the ensuing social protest graffiti movement there for a new book called “Protest Graffiti Mexico: Oaxaca,” from Mark Batty Publisher. In the book, the story of the clash between teachers, unions, government officials and citizens is told through the reporting and historical perspectives of Nevaer, alongside some amazing graffiti works that are both political and thought provoking. You can purchase the book from here at Mark Batty Publishers.