Chiapas Support Committee

Category: Solidarity

The Government of Mexico foments counterinsurgency against EZLN territories

Sent by ajmaq on May 5, 2022Jovel, Chiapas, México
May 5, 2022 To the National Indigenous CongressTo the national and international SixthTo the Networks of Resistances and RebellionsTo the signers of the Declaration for LifeTo people who sow Dignity and Organization…

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Why we oppose the Maya Train

By: Gilberto López y Rivas On April 19, a letter titled “Why we oppose the Maya Train” was delivered to the President of the Republic, signed by more than 300 researchers of diverse disciplines, who self-define as follows: “We are…

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Mexico: Cartography of hope and resistances

Marichuy in the Caracol of La Garrucha By: Raúl Romero / II In Mexico: Cartography of War (, we mapped out some urgent problems in our country. There were two points of departure: 1) The energy, extractive and infrastructure megaprojects…

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Communiqué of the Indigenous Revolutionary Clandestine Committee-General Command of the Zapatista National Liberation Army

[Admin: Bishop Samuel Ruiz García died 10 years ago, on January 24, 2011. Below, we re-publish the EZLN’s communiqué issued upon his death with English interpretation.] January 2011 To the people of Mexico: The Indigenous Revolutionary Clandestine Committee-General Command of…

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They document attacks on a Zapatista community in the Lacandón Jungle

Zapatistas of Nuevo San Gregorio By: Isaín Mandujano Today, a network of organizations, collectives and networks, adherents to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandón Jungle, denounced the constant aggressions that an indigenous Zapatista community settled in the Chiapas jungle has…

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The Europe of Below and Aldama, Chiapas

In the streets of Vienna, a protest to demand the return of two kidnapped Zapatistas. By: Carlos Soledad* The state of Chiapas has become powder keg. On September 11, [2021] for example, members of the paramilitary organization ORCAO kidnapped the…

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