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Mexico: Indigenous Candidate, Marichuy, Injured in Traffic Accident

Highway accident of Marichuy and her team in BCS; 1 dead and at least 8 injured

Antonio Heras and Raymundo León

One of the three vehicles on the caravan of… 636 more words

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Mexico: The Word of Marichuy

Luis Hernández Navarro

We didn’t bring you caps, T-shirts, umbrellas, sandwiches or food supplies, María de Jesús Patricio says in some of the meetings on the tour she leads. 1,068 more words

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NAFTA Renegotiations Are Threatening Indigenous Mexicans, but Few Care

By Hollis Reddington

“I will renegotiate NAFTA. If I can’t make a great deal, we’re going to tear it up. We’re going to get this economy running again. 1,084 more words

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EZLN: 24 years of dignity and ethical congruence

By: Gilberto López y Rivas

Last January 1 one more anniversary was completed of the uprising of the Zapatista Mayas by which the existence of an insurgent group in the majority composed of Indigenous was made public, and which based on Article 39 of the Constitution declared war on the “bad government” of the usurper Carlos Salinas de Gortari. 989 more words

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EZLN: 24 Years of Dignity and Ethical Congruence

Gilberto López y Rivas

Last January 1 one more anniversary was completed of the uprising of the Zapatista Mayas by which the existence of an insurgent group in the majority composed of Indigenous was made public, and which based on Article 39 of the Constitution declared war on the “bad government” of the usurper Carlos Salinas de Gortari. 978 more words

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Viaje al 1er Encuentro Internacional de Mujeres (Convoca EZLN).

Ciudad Monstruo, febrero 01, 2018
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EZLN Words on 24th Anniversary

WORDS FROM THE INDIGENOUS REVOLUTIONARY CLANDESTINE COMMITTEE-GENERAL COMMAND of the ZAPATISTA NATIONAL LIBERATION ARMY, JANUARY 1, 2018

24th Anniversary of the start of the war against oblivion… 4,328 more words

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