“For large companies we have never ceased to be a banana republic.” As megaprojects and governmental programs make their way into the Chiapas countryside, international companies take advantage of increased displacement.
With elegant acuity, Raúl Romero describles the neoliberal war on indigenous life and territory. We highly recommend listening/watching the conversation with Raúl hosted by Sexta Grietas del Norte, linked below.
By Silvia Ribeiro Like in many other progressive governments (yes, like that without quotations, because precisely a central problem is the industrial-capitalist concept of progress) the government of Lopez Obrador in México has focused primarily on favoring industrial development, including industrial agriculture, and infrastructure projects that favor exports, like the Mayan Train and the Trans-isthmic […]
“Trifecta designed for the dispossession and subjugation of territory”: CECCAM By the editorial office at La Coperacha The program Sembrando Vida or “Sowing Life,” together with the TransIsthmus Corredor and the Mayan Train, “can be considered a trifecta designed for the plunder and subjugation of territory”, an investigation about the impacts of said programs and […]