Street vendors have clashed with riot police in Mexico's colonial city of Oaxaca after they were prevented from entering Oaxaca's main Zocalo square by the local government.
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OAX stands for Oaxaca
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In 2006 Kuper took his family on sabbatical to the sixteenth-century town of Oaxaca in southern Mexico to take a break from the sort of omnipresent Bush-era Americanism that was dominating his home country at the time.
More than a year after police evicted protesters who held the city for months, visitors to Oaxaca will find a less crowded city with more local flavor than it had before the 2006 political uprising.
And unlike Mexico's Caribbean coast, the villages and capital city - also called Oaxaca - are not clones of North American resorts.
Teachers from the state of Oaxaca went on strike last May, taking over Oaxaca's capital in a demand for better school conditions.