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Massive Protections Being Prepared To Avoid Detention and Deportation of Migrants

“Migrants have no jobs, no money to eat, and no roof over their heads. Rents are very expensive, there are entire families sleeping in parks, health services are saturated, this is chaos.”

Schools for Chiapas is seeking volunteers to work at a migrant center here in Chiapas. For more information, please visit our website:

The Turns of the Caracol

In a period of anniversaries and transition, Uruguayan environmentalist Silvia Ribeiro takes a look at the past, present and future of the Zapatista movement.

Visit from US Youth Group to Sendas

On Tuesday, Schools for Chiapas had the pleasure of welcoming a youth group from various parts of the United States at Sendas, in San Cristóbal de Las Casas. They came as part of the Where There Be Dragons program, which aims to give young people an opportunity to live and learn in local communities as part of their gap year. This particular group was visiting Guatemala and Chiapas. For over thirty years, Where There Be Dragons has been offering responsible travel opportunities and immersive, hands-on experiences to young people with the aim of creating genuine connections with local cultures through …

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