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Cafe Zapatista By Enrico Massetti
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Coffee is, after petroleum, the second product on the world market for exports, the volume of its market of about $ 10 billion. In its cultivation, processing and sale are occupied about 25 million... More > people in the southern hemisphere. They base their survival on this activity, and depend on the price determined on daily basis by the New York Stock Exchange. Mexico produces some of the best coffee in the world, grown mainly in the mountains. The first product that Mexico exports is coffee, it is in fact the world's fourth largest producer and the world's leading one of organic coffee.< Less
Ci Prendiamo un Buon Cafè (Zapatista)? By Enrico Massetti
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Il North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), firmato il 1 gennaio 1994, è stato presentato come l’ascesa del Messico in un moderno stato del primo mondo. Ma, nello stato meridionale... More > del Chiapas in quel Capodanno, una "rivolta armata dei popoli indigeni ha rubato i riflettori dei media, esponendo le enormi disuguaglianze sociali del Messico e l'esclusione della popolazione indigena del paese dal suo sviluppo economico", (latino-american Press, gennaio 20,1994). Questi ribelli che si fanno chiamare Esercito Zapatista di Liberazione Nazionale (EZLN) hanno sostenuto che stavano combattendo per i diritti dei messicani indigeni quando hanno catturato quattro città in Chiapas (dove si concentrano i discendenti dei Maya).< Less
Chiapas: Memories and Histories By DeMark Schulze
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"Chiapas: Memories and Histories" is a short collection of poetry modeled after the styles of Latin American poets. The poetry focuses on the State of Chiapas, Mexico and pays tribute to... More > both the beauty of life there, as well as its struggle. To give context to the poems, short histories accompany relevant sections.< Less
Welcome to my kneepit By Pablo
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Pablo was born in a small kneepit deep in the jungles of Chiapas. When his Mamma disappears one day and his Papa steals his legs and kills his dog, he finds he must become strong like the... More > jaguar... Join Pablo on his happy sad adventures.< Less
Speak On It By Knowledge
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Speaking on various atrocities and injustices in the world using poetry and rhyme.
Speak On It By Knowledge
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Speaking on various atrocities and injustices in the world using poetry and rhyme.
Pancho Villa's Revenge By John Cowart
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On a hot day in July, 1923, armed men lie in ambush as a 1923 Dodge rumbles along the streets of Parral, Chihuahua. Gun fire fills the air, riddling the car. The passengers lie bleeding on the street... More > and Pancho Villa, hero of the Mexican Revolution, is dead. President Plutarco Calles rewards those who have removed his most vocal critic with positions of power, but peace eludes him. The Zapatistas continue to fight. Midst the violence, Captain Rafael Garcia struggles to balance his ideals of duty to country and the peasants' fight for liberty, his loyalty to the army and his love for Julia, a university student who supports the Zapatistas. Ambition turns the president's friends into enemies, and catches Rafael in a web of intrigue, a plot to assassinate the president. He must choose to sacrifice his life or lose every thing he holds dear. Some of the passages describe explicit sexual behavior.< Less
Pancho Villa's Revenge By John Cowart
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On a hot day in July, 1923, armed men lie in ambush as a 1923 Dodge rumbles along the streets of Parral, Chihuahua. Gun fire fills the air, riddling the car. The passengers lie bleeding on the street... More > and Pancho Villa, hero of the Mexican Revolution, is dead. President Plutarco Calles rewards those who have removed his most vocal critic with positions of power, but peace eludes him. The Zapatistas continue to fight. Midst the violence, Captain Rafael Garcia struggles to balance his ideals of duty to country and the peasants' fight for liberty, his loyalty to the army and his love for Julia, a university student who supports the Zapatistas. Ambition turns the president's friends into enemies, and catches Rafael in a web of intrigue, a plot to assassinate the president. He must choose to sacrifice his life or lose every thing he holds dear. Some of the passages describe explicit sexual behavior.< Less
Chiapas Is... By 2006 WFP Delegation Reflection
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A Witness For Peace Delegation Reflection "Roots of Migration and Marginalization" More than a dozen years after the passage of NAFTA what are the impacts of a free trade agreement... More > between a developing country and the world’s largest economy? This was ten-day delegation, where we experienced, first hand how U.S. economic policies impact Mexicans and “push” them to cross the border illegally. We, now, better understand the role of corporate globalization has on the indigenous community. We will be in Mexico during a pivotal time. The Zapatista-initiated “Other Campaign” just ended and the Presidential elections happened. This delegation was exciting, educational, and most of all, transformational.< Less
Pasar bien por la tierra By Christine Eber
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"Antonia" nació en 1962 en San Pedro Chenalhó, un municipio tzotzil-maya en los Altos de Chiapas. Su historia empieza con recuerdos de la niñez y progresa hacia la edad... More > adulta, cuando Antonia comenzó a trabajar con las mujeres de su comunidad para formar cooperativas de tejido mientras también se unía a la Palabra de Dios, el movimiento católico progresista conocido en otros lugares como Teología de la Liberación. En 1994, como esposa y madre de seis hijos, entró a una base de apoyo para el Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional. Al contar de sus experiencias en estos tres movimientos entrelazados, Antonia ofrece un cuadro vivo y lleno de matices sobre trabajar por la justicia social mientras trata de permanecer fiel a las tradiciones de su pueblo. La antropóloga Christine Eber ha conocido a Antonia desde 1986. En este libro, recuentan la historia de la vida de Antonia y reflexionan sobre los desafíos y recompensas que han experimentado al trabajar juntas y ser comadres.< Less