indigenous rights

Territories of Resistance and Healing

Women’s Movement in Defense of Mother Earth and Territory seeks a way to join efforts with other movements in the country and the world in defense of nature, the environment, peasants, indigenous peoples, and women who are the most affected by the violence of the capitalist system. The movement, driven by the strength and determination of indigenous and peasant women, has sought, since its inception, to transcend individual and local processes, heading towards the regional construction of the Movement to fight against all forms of violence against women and their families generated by the neo-liberal, patriarchal and neo-extractivist capitalist system — from the increase in poverty, migration and drug trafficking, to the dispossession of land by other groups, organized crime, or even sometimes by their own family members.

The Rise and Continuity of Indigenous Struggles

Magdalena Gomez marks the anniversary of the signing of the Accords of San Andrés, commemorating the continuity of the indigenous struggles in their challenge to the idea of what is possible.

“…they take up the Zapatista thought of achieving the impossible, because too much has already been said about the possible.”

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