Luis Hernández Navarro traces the playbook of anti-zapatista rhetoric to its partisan architects during the early days of the movement. It carries on much the same — utterly unfounded, and lacking in imagination.
Blogging for Chiapas gives voice to participants and supporters of Schools for Chiapas working to describe for you the smells and sights and sounds and feels of Zapatista education. Here we share the sounds of Zapatista schools where education promoters reject the name of “teacher” and students teach as they grow strong. We will continue sing unexpected songs from schooling on rocky, hand cultivated corn fields and we will try to capture the feel of scientific studies carried out in tiny rural health clinics.
1. Map of Zapatista Caracols 2. Map of Areas of Conflict in 1994 3. Map of Zapatista Municipalities, circa 1998. Rebel Zapatista, autonomous and pluri-ethnic municipalities and territories (As mapped band CIEPAC) 1.- “Libertad de los Pueblos Maandas”; Headquarters: Santa Rosa El Copán; in Ocosingo 2.- “San Pedro Michoacán”; Headquarters: in La Realidad; in […]