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CASA offers training on social justice issues in Oaxaca and Chiapas.

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We share lessons we learn from the resistance movements in Mexico with our home communities. We publish news and analysis in our newsletter, host workshops, short-term solidarity delegations, and speaking events.

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Zapatistas

Reflections on Gender Constructions in Oaxaca and Chiapas

By Marc For many leftist academics and solidarity activists, the 1994 Zapatista uprising was seen as opening important political spaces for Indigenous

II. Encounter of the Zapatista Peoples with the Peoples of the World

Translation: El Kilombo Intergaláctico Communiqué of the Indigenous Revolutionary Clandestine Committee—General Command of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation June of 2007

Community Visit Reflection from Las Tacitas

Having been in Mexico for only a week, I viewed staying in a community to be an excellent way to acclimatize myself to both the concepts of solidarity work and the various currents running through soc

COMUNICADO DEL COMITÉ CLANDESTINO REVOLUCIONARIO INDÍGENA-COMANDANCIA GENERAL DEL EJÉRCITO ZAPATISTA DE LIBERACIÓN NACIONAL.

8 DE ABRIL DEL 2007.

EL EZLN, A TRAVÉS DE SU COMISIÓN SEXTA, SE DIRIGE RESPETUOSAMENTE A TOD@S L@S COMPAÑER@S ADHERENTES A LA SEXTA DECLARACIÓN DE LA SELVA LACANDONA, Y A SIMPATIZANTES DE LA OTRA CAMPAÑA, PARA COMUNICARLES LO SIGUIENTE:

Communiqué from the Good Government Council “Heart of the Rainbow of Hope”

Caracol IV “Whirlwind of Our Words”
February 11, 2007.

To the national and international public opinion
To the national and international media
To the nongovernmental human rights organizations
To the compañer@s of the Sexta and the Other Campaign

Compañeros of Huitepec Continue to be Harassed and Threatened by Government Authorities

TO PUBLIC OPINION
TO THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PRESS
TO NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CIVIL SOCIETIES