Indigenous prisoners in Chiapas of the organization Vineketik in Resistance call for the release of Fidencio Aldama of the Yaqui Tribe in Sonora, Mexico.Continue reading #Chiapas: #Prisoners Call for the Release of Fidencio Aldama!
Chiapas. Mexico. Communiqué from the organization Vineketik in Resistance, words from our comrades in struggle in the midst of the Covid-19 Crisis.Continue reading #Chiapas: Indigenous Prisoner Calls For Solidarity in Midst of #Covid-19 Crisis
San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas . Words from prisoners in struggle demanding the freedom of Juan de la Cruz Ruiz.Continue reading #Chiapas: Prisoners in Struggle Demand the Freedom of Juan de la Cruz Ruiz
Chiapas. Communique from the imprisoned Indigenous organizing group, Viniketic en Resistencia, who continue to face harassment and aggressions from prison authorities.Continue reading Harassment and Aggressions Against Indigenous Prisoners in Struggle in #Chiapas
This letter comes from Germán López Montejo and Abraham López Montejo who, after more than four months on a hunger strike, had their sentences lengthened from 25 to 50 years. The time added to their sentences was a clear act of retaliation from the state, seeking to set an example of what happens to those who struggle for justice and freedom.Continue reading Two Indigenous Prisoners in Struggle in #Chiapas Sentenced to 50 Years
Hunger striking Indigenous prisoners in Chiapas have begun a new stage of struggle, transitioning to daily fasts in order to continue their struggle in the face of extreme health deterioration due to the strike.Continue reading #Chiapas, #Mexico: Hunger Striking Indigenous Prisoners Begin a New Stage of Struggle
Mexican territory: This piece comes from the Working Group No Estamos Todxs, giving an update on the dire situation of the prisoners in struggle on hunger strike in Chiapas. After more than eighty days of struggle and hunger strike, the imprisoned compañeros have committed to justice and freedom, or their death.Continue reading #Chiapas, #Mexico: What is the Cost of Justice? Update on the Prisoners in Struggle