This communiqué comes from the Mapuche political prisoners in the Temuco prison in Chile. It convokes a Mapuche ceremony to be carried out in front of the prison on January 9th in response to the Chilean Gendarmerie and Ministry of Justice denying the right of the Mapuche prisoners to freely exercise their spirituality from inside prison.Continue reading #Temuco, #Chile: Statement From #Mapuche Political Prisoners
This communiqué comes from the Mapuche community of Lof Likankurra in Mulchén, Chile, marking the mobilizations called for across Mapuche territory on December 27th and 28th of 2018. The communiqué addresses recent advancements made by the Mapuche community in its territorial recuperation, and calls for justice for the Mapuche people killed by the Chilean state.Continue reading #Mulchén, #Chile: Communiqué from the Mapuche Community of Lof Likankurra
This communiqué comes from the autonomous Mapuche communities of Purén and expresses their solidarity and dedication to the ongoing Mapuche struggle after the death of Camilo Catrillanca.Continue reading #Chile: Communiqué From the Autonomous #Mapuche Communities of #Purén Indómito
As 2018 has been dubbed the “year of feminism” in Chile, organizers are now calling for a “General Feminist Strike” on March 8th, 2019.Continue reading The General Feminist Strike of #Chile: March 8th, 2019
Translation of the text on the solidarity poster for anarchist prisoner Joaquín García.
The following is an analysis from a Chilean comrade (Warning Facebook Link). While we don’t agree with the final statements, we feel the analysis in this is rather illuminating for this moment.
The first of a two part series on looking at anti-capitalism feminism in South America and with a wealth of concepts and analysis that we can draw from in the US. Part two will include the article in pamphlet form for download and distribution. See below for a glossary of terms.
The concept for the film was born with the death of a former military dictator, Augusto Pinochet. His regime murdered thousands and tortured tens of thousands after the military coup on September 11, 1973.
Special Police Forces continue brutalization of Mapuche resistance in outrageous criminalizing spectacle during the ongoing Mapuche Hunger Strike.
The Lonko Alfredo Tralcal Coche and the siblings Benito, Ariel and Pablo Trangol Galindo, have been on a hunger strike for 107 days after starting their protest against irregular detention and after completing more than a year in remand prison without conclusive evidence against them, under the so-called “Anti-Terror Law”, which includes the use of faceless witnesses. They are accused of an incendiary attack against an evangelical temple in the town of Padre Las Casas, of which they declare themselves innocent. It should be noted that one of them, Ariel Trangol, professes the evangelical religion.