Chiapas Support Committee

Category: Ayotzinapa


Letter: A visit to Chiapas

By Carolina Dutton I finally returned to Chiapas after two and half years because of the pandemic. This has been the longest time I have spent away from this beloved land of the Mayan peoples in resistance in two decades…

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Ayotzinapa, on the edge of the abyss

By: Luis Hernández Navarro Three events overlap in the Ayotzinapa Massacre. The central one is the savage aggression against students from the Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers College by organized crime, the military and police. The second one consists of…

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The Army’s Complicity and the Dangers of Militarization

By: R. Aída Hernández Castillo* In recent weeks, collectives of relatives of the disappeared from all over the country have been discussing the report presented last March 28 by the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI) for the Ayotzinapa case…

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Police repress parents and students in Chiapas; 4 are hospitalized

By: Isaín Mandujano TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ, Chis. (Proceso Digital) State Police repressed students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers College and parents that search for their 43 disappeared sons with tear gas when they were attempting to carry out a roadblock jointly…

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Ayotzinapa: possible clarification

A LA JORNADA EDITORIAL Yesterday, the first collegiate tribunal of the 19th Circuit in Tamaulipas, ordered the replacing of the procedure followed to date by the Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) around the atrocities perpetrated the night of September…

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Transnationals and indigenous peoples in struggle

By: Magdalena Gómez Citizens in our country are living in campaign season, even without being members of any political party. The campaign that I refer to is not that of messages or promises that are expressed in speeches with few…

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CNI & CIG Declaration 3 years after Ayotzinapa

Declaration from the National Indigenous Congress and the Indigenous Governing Council Three Years after the Disappearance of 43 Students from the Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers College of Ayotzinapa To the fathers and mothers of the 43 student compañeros of Ayotzinapa…

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Until dignity becomes the custom

By: Francisco López Bárcenas [1] Everything was going according to what was programmed until Estela Hernández, the daughter of Jacinta Francisco Marcial, [2] took the microphone and spoke her word. It was straight to the point from the beginning. She…

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Ayotzinapa and the inescapable remedy

LA JORNADA EDITORIAL Official documents of which La Jornada has a copy prove that the Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) withheld information related to organized crime’s use of passenger buses for drug trafficking, a key piece in the Ayotzinapa…

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Talking to each other

By: Gustavo Esteva  In the midst of war, as part of the general campaign of dispossession, they have also taken the word away from us, words. And that’s how they want to bury Tlataya or Ayotzinapa or make the No…

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