Migration

Fourteenth Part and Second Approach Alert: The (other) Rule of the Excluded Third

The meeting was a year ago. One early morning in November. It was cold. Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés arrived at the Captain’s chambers (yes, you are not wrong, by that time SupGaleano had already died, only his death had not been made public). The meeting with the bosses had ended late, and SubMoy took time to stop by and ask me about how I had progressed in the analysis that had to be presented the next day at the assembly. The moon was moving lazily towards its first quarter and the world population reached 8 billion. Three notes appeared in my notebook:

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: https://schoolsforchiapas.org/become-a-human-rights-observer/

The Close Relationship between Drug-related Violence and Why People Migrate to The United States

”Policies and practices related to gun acquisition and ownership in the United States directly contribute to the violence and insecurity that forces many people to flee their homes in search of safety. This flow of illegal weapons into Latin America results in an escalation of violence and insecurity, forcing people to make the heartbreaking decision to undertake a dangerous journey north in search of refuge. This forced migration is, in part, a consequence of US gun policies.”

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