Help Jose Adrian fight for justice

14-year-old Jose Adrian was walking home from school when police in Mexico attacked him. They stood on his neck, hit his chest and strung him by handcuffs.

His parents were forced to pay a fine and pay for the damage to the police car just to get him out of jail.

Many indigenous people like Jose Adrian face violent discrimination. Two years on, Jose Adrian still feels unsafe walking down the road whilst his attackers walk freely.

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