Since before the election, a wide variety of analyses focused on showing that Trump was the product of the frustrations of white working class americans, who did not have much formal education and had been impoverished by economic crisis and unemployment. The problem is that these theories fall short, and the reality is much worse.
Thousands of men and women, from a multitude of peoples and communities, are struggling daily to build a different path, just and dignified.
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.”
For years we have been denouncing and exposing the campaign of vilification and harassment unleashed globally against the anarchist movement and Okupa Che.
In April, the Purépecha municipality of Cherán K’eri, Michoacán is celebrating four years of its uprising to end organized crime in its territory.
For autonomous, horizontal and anarchist struggle.
US mapping expeditions in indigenous lands in Mexico conceal strategic US military economic and geopolitical goals ... of particular interest for the United States.
An autonomous Zapatista school and clinic was destroyed, 15 people were ambushed and injured, and a teacher at the Zapatista Little School was murdered.
On the Ground Analysis and Reflections from the Comunitario Movement in Michoacán, Mexico.