Chiapas Support Committee

Category: Anti-systemic Movements


The historical meanings of the Kurdish revolution

By: Gilberto López Y Rivas The revolutionary experience of the Kurdish people, who have implemented, particularly in Rojava (northern Syria), what is called Democratic Confederalism, together with the autonomic governments of the Zapatista Mayas of the EZLN in Chiapas, constitute…

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A qualitative leap in the storms

By: Raúl Zibechi. “We are entering a new normal. Things are not like they were 10 years ago.” Phrases don’t belong to any intellectual, but rather to someone really important: the chief of a California county’s firefighters. They integrate the…

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EZLN, CNI-CIG Communiqué to the Mapuche people

Communiqué: To the Mapuche people To the Chilean people To the original peoples of America To the International Sixth Brothers and sisters of the dignified Mapuche people, The pueblos, nations, tribes and neighborhoods that make up the National Indigenous Congress…

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Invitation to the celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Zapatista Uprising and to a Gathering of Networks

ZAPATISTA NATIONAL LIBERATION ARMY
 MEXICO November 17, 2018 To the individuals, groups, collectives and organizations of the CIG Support Networks: To the Networks of Resistance and Rebellion or whatever they’re called: To the National and International Sixth: Considering that: It’s…

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Autonomy, insubordination and the radical Mapuche movement in Chile

By: Gilberto López y Rivas César Enrique Pineda’s book, The Wallmapu [1] burns: autonomy, insubordination and the radical Mapuche movement in Chile, UNAM-CIALC-Bajo Tierra editions (2018), [2] is singularly relevant within the ambit of research about social movements, original peoples…

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Red ‘n’ Blues Benefit Concert

The Chiapas Support is endorsing this concert and we’ll be there to support our brothers and sisters of AIM-West.

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Zapatistas render homage to Gael García Bernal in the Caracol of Our Lives Film Festival

 By the Editors On the second day of the Puy ta Cuxlejaltic (Caracol of Our Lives) Film Festival in the Caracol of Oventic, rendered homage to Gael García Bernal, Pamela Yates, Ilsa Salas, Marta Ferrer, Rocío Martínez Ts’ujul, Concepción Suárez and Inti Cordera,…

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EZLN: “At least 4,000 masked people” at the initiation of the “Caracol of our Life” Film Festival

Chiapas, Mexico, November 1, 2018 Today begins the film festival: “Puy Ta Cuxlejaltic” (Caracol of our Lives), whose first edition will be held in the Zapatista Caracol of Oventik, in the mountains of the Mexican Southeast (with alternate projections in…

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Zapatistas and Indigenous peoples mark distance from López Obrador

By: Isaín Mandujano SAN CRISTÓBAL DE LAS CASAS (apro) The Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN), the National Indigenous Congress (CNI) and the Indigenous Government Council (CIG) agreed this weekend to realize a consultation with each and every one of the…

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“A revolution that lasted forever was born with the student movement”

By: Armando G. Tejeda Madrid, Spain Pablo González Casanova, an intellectual and former rector of the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM), pointed out that: “50 years after the student movement of 1968 and after the Tlatelolco massacre, we see…

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