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Chiapas communities denounce abandonment after earthquake

AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE, THEY DENOUNCE ABANDONMENT OF THE COMMUNITIES OF ARRIAGA, TONALÁ and PIJIJIAPAN By: Isaín Mandujano A dozen social and civilian organizations denounced today that hundreds of vulnerable families continue being completely abandoned in the municipalities of Arriaga, Tonalá…

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Raúl Zibechi: What I learned from the Mexican people

By: Raúl Zibechi I had the immense good fortune of having been in Mexico City on September 19. At 1:15 pm we were with compañero and friend Luis Hernández Navarro near colonia Juárez. In the following days I was with…

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Donate to Express Solidarity with Mexico Earthquake Victims

It began on September 7 off the Pacific coast of Chiapas with an 8.2-magnitude earthquake, the strongest ever recorded in Mexico. Both Chiapas and Oaxaca suffered extensive property damage and a loss of life. Homes, businesses, churches and highways are…

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Message from the National Indigenous Congress (CNI) and the Indigenous Governing Council (CIG)

September 20, 2017 To the people of Mexico: To the people of the world: To the national and international Sixth: The Coordination and Follow-up Commission of the Indigenous Governing Council has received, via the EZLN’s Sixth Commission, our first monetary…

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A call to support the earthquake victims of Chiapas with tenderness

A note from the Chiapas Support Committee: We are asking you to make a donation to help the people who endured an 8.2-magnitude earthquake in Chiapas. The earthquake destroyed communities and created thousands of people who are now homeless. “Solidarity…

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CNI comunicado on the earthquake in Chiapas and Oaxaca

CNI Comunicado for solidarity with the peoples affected by the earthquake and denouncing the continuity of capitalist dispossession To the National and International Sixth To the free communications media To the people of Mexico The indigenous peoples, nations, tribes and…

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