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CNI-CIG-EZLN Statement: SAMIR LIVES, THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES!

STATEMENT OF THE THIRD NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF THE NATIONAL INDIGENOUS CONGRESS, THE INDIGENOUS GOVERNMENT COUNCIL AND THE EZLN To the peoples of the world To the organizations and collectives in resistance and rebellion To the networks of resistance and rebellion…

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Puerto Madero, Chiapas, disappears due to climate change

By: Andrés Domínguez Chiapas would be one of the states most affected due to the increase of the average sea level. As a consequence, the beaches close to Puerto Madero would disappear due to the increase of the average sea…

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The National Indigenous Congress: balances and challenges

By: Magdalena Gómez Last weekend the third assembly of the National Indigenous Congress and the Indigenous Government Council (CNI-CIG) was held in Mexico City with 288 participants, among delegates, councilors and invitees, to carry out an evaluation of the peoples…

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Chiapas teachers declare they are “in resistance and rebellion”

By: Elio Henríquez San Cristóbal De Las Casas, Chiapas Teachers from Local 7 of the National Education Workers Union (SNTE), adhered to the National Coordinator of Education Workers (CNTE), in Chiapas, declared themselves: “in rebellion and disobedience” as long as…

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Film successes and contemporaneous Mexican racism

By: Mariana Mora* The figure of Yalitza Aparicio opened a debate about racism in Mexico, but Yalitza is not the answer to combatting racism in the country. Although many will say the opposite, Roma does not unmask the underlying racism…

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Raúl Zibechi: “What the progressive governments have done is deepen capitalism” part 2

–What does the arrival of López Obrador represent for the American continent? -I would like to say that it represents something for the region, but I don’t think that it represents anything, because from the point of view of Latin…

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Raúl Zibechi: “What the progressive governments have done is deepen capitalism”

[Part 1 of a two-part interview] By: Gloria Muñoz Ramírez “The result of the progressive governments in Latin America is negative,” Zibechi concludes in an interview with Desinformémonos, after participating in a series of meetings with social and indigenous movements…

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Statement of the CNI-CIG-EZLN on the murder of compañero Samir Flores Soberanes

To the people of Mexico and the people of the world To the networks in support of the CIG To the networks of resistance and rebellion To the National and International Sixth To the communications media We denounce with pain…

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Constructing the Maya Train “is going to be a disaster,” Francisco Toledo warns

The painter asks the President “to assert the right that the region’s indigenous communities have to grant or refuse their consent” to that infrastructure project Photo by Jorge A. Pérez Alfonso: Francisco Toledo, who participated in inauguration day of the…

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The business of border security

By: Víctor Ronquillo * To the north of the city of Tijuana, far away and for the purpose of making a social phenomenon invisible, is the El Barretal migrant shelter. The displaced, the arrivals with the caravans coming from the…

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