Compa Eras

Author: Hilary Klein
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
ISBN: 1609805887
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Compañeras is the untold story of women's involvement in the Zapatista movement, the indigenous rebellion that has inspired grassroots activists around the world for over two decades.

K Pekler Bale Yapmaz

Author: Anna Kemp
ISBN: 9786054248704
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When the prima ballerina trips and falls during a performance of the Royal Ballet, Biff the dog finally gets his chance to prove that he is a ballet dancer.

Our Word Is Our Weapon

Author: Subcomandante Marcos
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
ISBN: 1609800443
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AUGUST 1999 To the Zapatista companeras and companeros of the community
of Amador To the Zapatista companeras and companeros of the region
supporting the dignified resistance of the Zapatistas of Amador To the women
and men of civil society accompanying the indigenous of the Amador Valley as
peace observers Brothers and sisters: In The Name Of All The companeros and
companeras of the Clandestine Revolutionary Indigenous Committee, I send you
our greetings ...

Women Of Maize

Author: Guiomar Rovira
ISBN: 9781899365302
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Our political understanding showed us that not only men are exploited, but also
women. So if women are exploited they have the right and the duty to struggle for
a more just society. That's what we understood, what I understood: we have to
fight here, side by side with the compaheros, with weapons, supporting them
somehow. Maribel returns to the story of how the Zapatista women entered the
villages to bring more women to the cause: - We gathered the companeras in
groups and ...

Women Of Chiapas

Author: Christine Eber
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135394156
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This book presents the concerns, visions and struggles of women in Chiapas, Mexico in the context of the uprising of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN).

Understanding Community Media

Author: Kevin Howley
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1483342859
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The Law tells a powerful story about the internal, intensive communication
processes that produced the conditions for the extension of the movement from
the intimate to the global levels. The formation of the Women's Law is an
instructive example of how the Zapatistas' dialogic decision-making process has
been crucial in more ways than one. Not only is it critical to women attaining
formal equality, it also opened new spaces of empowerment through a
community-level insurgency of ...

Developing Zapatista Autonomy

Author: Niels Barmeyer
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It is even worse for a woman when she is a migrant because of the constant
threat of rape and violence. In the guerrilla organization her position is much
stronger. Here she is treated as an equal.” While Las Cañadas was under EZLN
control in the year after the uprising many insurgents were stationed in Zapatista
villages. That their presence had a direct influence on the position of women is
illustrated by the experiences of two women's collectives in La Gardenia. Until
February 1995 ...

Conversations With Durito

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Stories of the Zapatistas and Neoliberalism ... Soon after, Lucia arrived, the
insurgenta author of the words to the Zapatista Hymn (and of many of the songs
that are heard today at night in the mountains of the Mexican southeast).3 And
even before, there were Murcia (the first woman in the Zapatista guerrilla to fall in
combat in 1974), Deni Prieto S. (fallen in combat in 1974), Soledad ...
Insurgentesl" I turned around to look at the companeras, and I added, "And
Insurgentasl Fall out! Now ...