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Joint Statement Against the Aggressions Against the Communities of Caracol 10 of E.Z.L.N.

July 28, 2022 To the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional) To the National Indigenous Congress To the National and International Sexta To the Networks of Resistance and Rebellion To those who sign the Declaration for Life To the people who sow Dignity and Organization Organizations, collectives and networks adhering to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle denounce the persistence of aggressions, harassment and forced displacements with the complicity and impunity of all three levels of government towards the autonomous communities of; El Esfuerzo, Rebel Zapatista Autonomous Municipality Comandanta Ramona; Nuevo San Gregorio, Moisés y …

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The Wanderings of Orcao

by Raúl Romero For more than 20 years, the Regional Organization of Coffee Growers of Ocosingo (Orcao) has constantly attacked the EZLN  bases of support communities. In the past three years, the attacks have intensified. The aggressions have been varied: insults, amenazas, beatings, kidnappings, theft, shootings, fires, torture, dispossession of lands, forced displacement… The denunciations by collectives in solidarity with the Zapatista communities are numerous. Human rights organizations have documented the incidents. Journalists and the communication media have covered the facts. Individuals in the academic and artistic worlds have signed letters and appeals for the situation to to be addressed. …

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Gustavo Esteva and the Horizon of Intelligibility

At the foot of the majestic ceiba tree, in the humid sunny mornings and dusk of La Realidad, in the Lacandon jungle, where advisors and guests of the EZLN waited to meet with the commanders, Gustavo Esteva would talk for hours with other advisors.

On the Death of Jtatik Samuel Ruiz García

We post this historical communique for the 11th anniversary of jTatik Samuel Ruiz. “Don Samuel is gone, but many remain, many others who, within and because of the Catholic Christian faith, struggle for an earthly world that is more just, a freer, and a more democratic, that is, a better world.”

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