Chiapas Support Committee

Category: National Indigenous Congress


Break the Siege, Fight for Life

For a new internationalism of the oppressed. By Arturo Anguiano, published by Camino al andar The rebels of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) have once again broken through the siege, by setting off on a trip around the…

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CNI members in Chilón, Chiapas are intimidated with rifles

By: Chiapas Paralelo *Chilón is an indigenous municipality with a Tseltal population, where civilian armed groups operate. The Indigenous Government Council (CIG, its initials in Spanish) in Chiapas repudiated the acts of violence and repression of the government and its paramilitary…

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AGAINST THE REPRESSION OF THE BAD GOVERNMENTS, 
SUPPORT TO MACTUMACTZÁ RURAL TEACHERS SCHOOL IN
 CHIAPAS AND TO THE TEPEHUANO AND WIXÁRIKA PEOPLES IN JALISCO

CNI-CIG and EZLN May 2021 To the Mactumactzá Rural Teachers School, Chiapas: To the Tepehuano and Wixárika peoples of San Lorenzo de Azqueltán, Jalisco: To the human rights organizations and collectives: To the National and International Sixth: To the communications…

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Stop Paramilitary Violence in San Antonio Bulujib, Chilon, Chiapas

MARCH 15, 2021 TO THE PEOPLE OF MEXICO TO THE NETWORKS OF RESISTANCE AND REBELLION TO THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SIXTH TO THE MEDIA. TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS. TO THE ORGANIZATIONS IN DEFENSE OF THE TERRITORY AND MOTHER EARTH….

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The occupation of the INPI building was the site of the 3rd meeting of CNI women

By: Sara Frabes Last March 6 and 7, 2021 diverse indigenous women coming from different Native peoples of Mexico met in the building that previously served as the National Institute of Indigenous Pueblos (INPI), to hold the 3rd National Meeting…

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“San Andrés strengthened the processes of autonomy, with or without recognition from the State”

By Daliri Oropeza Twenty-five years have passed since the San Andrés Accords were signed. The agrarian lawyer Carlos González, founding member of the National Indigenous Congress, believes that the reality of Indigenous peoples changed following the signing of the document,…

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