The reasons why the Mexican government wants to impose the Educational Reform are rooted in objectives guided by international financial organizations.
There are reports of between six and eight demonstrators killed Sunday morning at the teachers-peoples highway blockade in Nochixtlán.
At the time of publication, 3:30am in Oaxaca, Radio Plantón is reporting that military planes are now arriving in Oaxaca.
Two years earlier, a slogan had spread like a dust cloud: fair wages. There was already talk of a "crazy idea": they had to rise up.
While the state has the guns, the teachers have the numbers, and they’ve been using them.
"Autonomy is a lifelong process. The struggle never ends. And it’s only recently that we have begun walking towards it."
For obeying my people, for rebelling against the authorities and for being commander of the community police the government considered me a threat.
OkupaChe defines itself as an autonomous space for self-organized work, a space for the people, one that is made up of different collectives and individuals.
In spite of all the attacks, they remain firm. “Cherán is not going to give up the fight. We won’t hand over our form of government or self-determination.”