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EZLN: Open letter on the San Cristóbal attacks

OPEN LETTER ON THE AGGRESSIONS AGAINST THE PEOPLE’S MOVEMENT IN SAN CRISTÓBAL DE LAS CASAS, CHIAPAS

ZAPATISTA NATIONAL LIBERATION ARMY, MEXICO

July 21, 2016

To the current governor and the other overseers of the southeastern Mexican state of Chiapas: 2.221 palabras más

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Lawlessness in Mexico

The recent murder of a local mayor is latest episode of politically motivated violence in Mexico.

The mayor of San Juan Chamula, a small albeit famous indigenous village in the Mexican state of Chiapas has been fatally shot. 747 palabras más

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Chiapas: Believing Peoples Hold Pilgrimage in Tuxtla in Support of Teachers

Believing Peoples pilgrimage in Tuxtla Gutiérrez

On July 18, about 30 thousand members of Believing Peoples representing 52 parishes throughout the state as well as thousands of teachers, members of the CNTE, held a pilgrimage together on Monday in Tuxtla Gutierrez demanding that the government of Enrique Peña Nieto, discuss in “public dialogue” not only education reform, but also the so-called structural reforms that the government has been promoting. 271 palabras más

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In Chiapas, thousands march in support of the CNTE

THOUSANDS of INDIGENOUS CATHOLICS MARCH IN SUPPORT of the CNTE IN CHIAPAS 

By: Isaín Mandujano

TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ, Chiapas

Thousands of Indigenous faithful from almost 50 parishes of the San Cristóbal de las Casas Diocese marched today (Monday) in the Chiapas capital in support of the teachers’ movement. 618 palabras más

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EZLN: The geography? Oventik; the calendar? July 29, 2016

ZAPATISTA NATIONAL LIBERATION ARMY

MEXICO

July 17, 2016

To the Artist participants in the CompArte:

To the National and International Sixth:

Sisters and brothers: 1.003 palabras más

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For la Maestra, with affection

To the maestras of the teachers in resistance:

To the national and international Sixth:

To the attendees and participants of the CompArte all over the world: 1.559 palabras más

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Mega-march fills Tuxtla Gutiérrez

The participation of urban and rural civil society is giving the teachers’ protest broader content. It’s no longer about actions against the education reform, as the contingents that follow the teachers proclaim; it’s about a “resistance to all the structural reforms that harm the peoples without their consent,” according to what a handwritten banner reads in a contingent from the Tojolabal zone. 751 palabras más

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