By Espoir Chiapas Translated by El Enemigo Común Cruztón, Chiapas, June 1, 2017 To the Good Government Council of Oventic To the National Indigenous Congress To the Indigenous Government Council To the National and International Sixth To the news media Compañeros, compañeras, our pain, rage, death and dignity now urge us to make our word known. The Adherents to the Sixth in the community of Cruzton,…
Attack by Paramilitary Group in Cacahuatepec, Guerrero, Mexico Leaves 6 Dead and Three Minors Injured
Guerrero is mourning once again. How far will this barbaric war against the people go?
So then, we do not seek to administer power; we want to dismantle it from within the cracks from which we know we are able.
Fernando must pay a 35,500 peso (1,950 USD) fine by Friday, June 9 or have his imprisonment extended for 550 days.
As ITS says, “We’ve been warning you since the beginning.” And now they are claiming to have killed three humans simply because they were human.
We at El Enemigo Común are pleased to share the Spanish-language book Agosto Negro: Presas y presos políticos en lucha (Black August: Political Prisoners in Struggle), written by a member of our collective, Carolina Saldaña and published by SubVersiones at the end of December, 2016, in Mexico City.
With U.S. Military support, the Mexican and Guatemalan armed forces created a Task Force to carry out operations on the Mexico and Guatemala border.
The book will feature insight into the strategies corporations use to impose projects, as well as the strategies communities use to defend their land.
Here, in the State of Mexico, all the factors that define the periphery come together. Our gender, our empty pockets, our scorched skin color are denied, spit upon and vilified.