Tag Archives: mexico
John Holloway has been a keen observer of the zapatista movement since its beginning, and we share two reflections by him, as a closing contribution on the mexican revolution, or revolutions, both past and present.
In continuity with our recent post on the mexican revolution, we share a rich article on the present day zapatista movement of Chiapas by Tikva Honig-Parnass, posted on Roarmag. Our concern here is not to politically evaluate the movement (we … Continue reading
Rise, all of you, as one man! In the hands of all are tranquility [sic], well-being, liberty, the satisfaction of all healthy appetites. But we must not leave ourselves to the guidance of directors. Let each be master of himself. … Continue reading
Our May 68 takes us to Mexico …
The actual physical borderland that I’m dealing with … is the Texas-U.S Southwest/Mexican border. The psychological borderlands, the sexual borderlands and the spiritual borderlands are not particular to the Southwest. In fact, the Borderlands are physically present wherever two or … Continue reading
From Roarmag, we share below a report on the militant teachers strike in Oaxaca, mexico, which the State authorities seem determined to crush by whatever means necessary. With the toll of detained, wounded and killed rising, what seems to be … Continue reading
Interview with Enrique Polanca of #YoSoy132, by Lorena Aguilar for Kaos en la Red (Domingo, 22 de Julio de 2012 02:10) …