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Autonomous indigenous community in #Mexico make 6 demands in their 11th anniversary

Mexico. Michoacan. Statement from the indigenous community of Santa Maria Ostula eleven years after recovering its communal lands.

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Report and Brief Reflection on Anti-Police Rioting in #Mexico on June 8

Mexico. A few days after the acts of vandalism that occurred in Guadalajara, San Luis Potosí, Mexico City and Xalapa on the occasion of police brutality and the murder of Giovanni López, the mobilizations are again replicating in Mexico City, Guadalajara and Xalapa.

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#Mexico: Armed Group Massacre 15 Ikoots Indigenous Men And Women In #Oaxaca

Mexico. An armed group torture and burn alive 15 Ikoots, including 2 women, in San Mateo del Mar, Istmo de Tehuantepec, Oaxaca.

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Fires and disruption in various cities across #Mexico – Against police repression

Mexico. What follows is a report about protests and clashes in various ciries across Mexico, after cops killed Giovanni Lopez in Guadalajara and George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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“It’s Better To Be A Rebel Than To Die In Silence,” Indigenous Prisoners On Hunger Strike in Chiapas

This Communiqué comes from a phone call informing us that Adrián Gómez Jiménez, Germán López Montejo and Abraham López Montejo have been locked up in their space of resistance at night and no longer have access to the bathroom. At the same time the prosecutor’s office are unjustly holding prisoners who have decided to start a strike after threats of a transfer.

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Letter Of Resistance- The Magónista Women’s Commission / Popular Indigenous Council Of #Oaxaca – A Report From Magónistas On The Impact Of #COVID19 In #Mexico

We must bear in mind that no government,
honest as it is, can decree the abolition of misery.
It is the people themselves, the hungry,
the disinherited, who have to abolish misery.

Ricardo Flores Magón (Regeneration, Nov. 19, 1910)
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Communique from Indigenous Organizations in state of #Guerrero, #Mexico

Communique from indigenous organizations In the Mexican state of Guerrero, against the recent decision by the Mexican government to permit the use of the military in matters related to public security.

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Subcomandante Marcos: Our Word Is Our Weapon

THIS BOOK could not have been were it not for the generosity of spirit, talent, and daring of many people, more than could possibly be named in this short page or retained in this faulty memory of mine. To the dedicated people who translate the Zapatista communiqués so that they may circulate the world through the Internet, we owe a great debt for keeping the issues in Chiapas ever-present and for helping breach the Mexican government’s cordon of silence and denial.

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Women and Adherents of the Sexta Say “NO TO THE MAYA TRAIN!”

The Mexican government wants to create a railway loop to link Mayan archaeological sites and seaside resorts in eastern Mexico.

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