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A Few First Questions for the Sciences and their ConSciences

December 26, 2016

Scientists [Científicas and Científicos]:

Compas of the Sixth:

Observers and Listeners who are present here and those who are at a distance: 3,663 more words

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CNI-EZLN: Who dares to say it's a bad fight?

By: Magdalena Gómez

With that question on the first of January, the Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés emphasized the support of the EZLN to the agreements reached in the second stage of the fifth National Indigenous Congress (CNI). 743 more words

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"The flower is to blame"

December 27, 2016

“Earlier this year, on February 30, 2016, the Swedish electronic science magazine, River’s Scientist Research Institute, published a study that may revolutionize science and its social applications. 5,755 more words

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Zapatismo's presidential candidacy

By: Raúl Zibechi

The decision of the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN) and the National Indigenous Congress (CNI) to submit the possibility of presenting an indigenous woman as a candidate for the presidency in the 2018 elections to its support bases and communities all over Mexico provoked the most diverse reactions but left no one indifferent. 1,140 more words

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A timeline of the CNI presidential bid

October 2016
October 14th:

“May the earth tremble at its core.” Full press release

On the final dates of the fifth Congreso Nacional Indígena, the EZLN, along with other indigenous groups, announced the beginning of a consultation process to launch an independent candidate for the 2018 presidential elections. 31 more words

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Words of the EZLN at the closing of the 5th CNI Congress

WORDS OF THE EZLN AT THE CLOSING OF THE SECOND STAGE OF THE FIFTH CNI CONGRESS

ZAPATISTA NATIONAL LIBERATION ARMY

MEXICO

JANUARY FIRST, 2017

Sisters and Brothers of the National Indigenous Congress: 1,449 more words

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The Power of Below

By: Raúl Zibechi

It’s unheard of in Latin America that dozens of indigenous peoples and nations decide to endow themselves with their own government. The recent decision of the 5th National Indigenous Congress (CNI), after consultation and approval by 43 peoples, to create the Indigenous Government Council that proposes “governing this country,” will have repercussions in the country and the world. 1,012 more words

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