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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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#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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“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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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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#Chiapas: #Prisoners Call for the Release of Fidencio Aldama!

Indigenous prisoners in Chiapas of the organization Vineketik in Resistance call for the release of Fidencio Aldama of the Yaqui Tribe in Sonora, Mexico.

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#Chiapas: Indigenous Prisoner Calls For Solidarity in Midst of #Covid-19 Crisis

Chiapas. Mexico. Communiqué from the organization Vineketik in Resistance, words from our comrades in struggle in the midst of the  Covid-19 Crisis.

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#Mexico: “We Don’t Give Up and Don’t Give In” CNI-CIG Call for Collective Action on March 8

Mexico. “We don’t give up and don’t give in,” National Indigenous Congress_Indigenous Governing Council (CNI_CIG) call for March 8.

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So-called #Mexico: Indigenous Communities Win First Battle Against #AMLO’s Mayan Train

As Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and his “Fourth Transformation for Mexico” continue to push for megaprojects and to align himself with members of Mexico’s powerful economic elite, indigenous communities continue to resist by all means necessary.

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Indigenous Prisoner in Struggle, Juan de la Cruz Ruiz, Released After Spending Over 12 Years in Prison

Below we publish two statements, translated from Spanish, following the release of Indigenous prisoner in struggle, Juan de la Cruz Ruiz. One comes from Juan himself, and another from the imprisoned Indigenous organizing groups, La Voz de Indígenas en Resistencia and La Voz Verdadera del Amate.

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#Chiapas: Prisoners in Struggle Demand the Freedom of Juan de la Cruz Ruiz

San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas . Words from prisoners in struggle demanding the freedom of Juan de la Cruz Ruiz.

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