The Argentinian neighbourhood association, Tupac Amaru, whose founder, Milagro Sala, is in jail on trumped-up political charges, launched a new non-violent campaign last weekend to protest against her unjust detention.

The campaign uses a classical measure in Argentinian social life and politics: the mural.

Over the weekend, as called for by the campaign, 100 protest murals were painted in many places where Tupac Amaru has offices: a joyous and participatory way to protest against unjust and violent repression.

Below some of the popular murals published by the Association’s Press Office on twitter (@PrensaTupac)