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Chiapas: Roberto Paciencia Cruz - three years in prison in State Center for Social Reinsertion (CERSS) Number 5

Photo: @noestamostodxs

Three years after his arbitrary arrest, Roberto Paciencia Cruz, Tzotzil indigenous, “unjustly imprisoned” in the CERSS Number 5 of San Cristobal de Las Casas and adherent to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle, is still awaiting sentencing. 434 more words

Human Rights

Britain First go back to Luton

Here’s a bit of a heads up. We heard a whisper that the Biffers may well be going back to Bury Park in Luton tomorrow. Having ‘played a blinder’, by pleading guilty to wearing political uniform on Friday, Golding feels much more confident about arranging for more harassment of Luton’s Muslims. 165 more words

Britain First

Chiapas: Violent Eviction of the Sit-in of Teachers from San Cristobal

Eviction of the teachers’ sit-in (Photo@ChiapasDenuncia Pública)

On the morning of July 20, the sit-in protest in rejection of education reform that the National Coordinator of Education Workers (CNTE) has maintained on the toll road to Tuxtla Gutierrez, was destroyed… 502 more words

Human Rights

Cartel Land: A documentary about the drug flow across the U.S.-Mexico border

This is not a Mexican movie, however, it is also important to throw into the mix of Mexican cinema, a documentary which opens the analysis to what has been and currently is a very mainstream topic within the film industry: drugs and everything it encompasses! 651 more words

Scouting’s for boys – not for Biffers

Baden Powell was a true patriot. He was an accomplished soldier and founder of the Boy Scout movement. The Boy scout idea sprang from observing the boys of the Mafeking Cadet Force, children too young to fight who supported military operations as part of their own, separate organisation. 734 more words

Propaganda

Oaxaca: Two Members from the "Hermanos en el Camino" Shelter Team Attacked

Scene of the incident: entrance of the Chahuites Humanitarian Aid Center, during its opening in November, 2014. Photo: @ Diana Manzo

On May 23 Alberto Donis Rodríguez, coordinator of the migrant shelter “Hermanos en el Camino” in Ixtepec, Oaxaca, and Leyssa Palomino Arjona, a volunteer there, were attacked when they visited the Chahuites Humanitarian Aid Center. 386 more words

Human Rights

Chiapas: Primero de Agosto Displaced Families Report Enclosure of their Lands

Displacement camp at Primero de Agosto, Photo @ Radio Zapatista

On April 14, the displaced of Primero de Agosto in the municipality of Las Margaritas made a public statement denouncing the barbed wiring of part of the land of Primero de Agosto where they lived and from where they were displaced on February 23, 2015. 272 more words

Indigenous People