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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL - 1994-2014, twenty years of Zapatista resistance from 11 to 24 February in Marseille (fr, pt) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 16 Feb 2014 12:49:32 +0200


Libertarian Alternative participates in events organized around the 20th anniversary of the Zapatista uprising. Come and discover numerous to discuss, reminisce and dream "un mundo donde quepan muchos mundos" ---- What is already the Zapatistas? ---- On 1 January 1994, the EZLN (Zapatista National Liberation Army) took by force several towns in Chiapas in southern Mexico, declared war on "bad government" and proclaimed "ya basta! "," Enough! "Injustice, holdings of discrimination, poverty. ---- Applicant arms a few weeks after the Zapatistas chose to continue the struggle peacefully and with Mexican and international civil society to demand the autonomy of indigenous peoples of Chiapas and respect for their rights and claims: Labour, Land, Housing, Food , Health, Education, Independence, Freedom, Democracy, Justice, Peace.

The San Andres, Signs in 1996 between the EZLN and the government negotiators, met the requirements of the Zapatistas. But they never were applied by successive governments.

Instead, the Zapatistas suffer from constant repression (military incursions into their territories, imprisonment, etc.)., Like most social movements and indigenous Mexico.

Despite the political and military harassment, the Zapatistas have recovered the control over a part of the ancestral lands of their peoples. They collectivises land illegally monopolized by large land owners, and have set up their own systems of government, health, education and justice.

The egalitarian operation, democratic, free and united that governs all initiatives and activities Zapatistas make their movement a unique example in the world society free of all forms of domination.

Always willing to share their experiences and their struggle, the Zapatistas drives and participated in many international dynamics.

The last date in the "small school" (small school), a kind of popular university held in Zapatista communities, or people around the world are alles discover the political, social and economic organization established by the Zapatistas.

Come learn, exchange, support, criticize or praise the movement in different activities organized in February.

PROGRAM

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

19h to The Fair Café, 54 cours Julien, 13006

Photo Exhibition from 10th to 24th février 1994-2014 Twenty years of resistance Zapatista photo exhibitions "The autonomous education" & "The escualita Zapatistas' Manu

19h Inauguration of the exhibition

discussion on the 20th anniversary of Zapatismo history, values and current movement with Manu and activists in solidarity with the Zapatistas
Zapatistas readings by Anne Deval
21h: Concert Duo Caminantes
Saturday, February 22, 2014

15h Dar Lamifa, 127 rue d'Aubagne, 13006

o 15h-17h: Workshop "Come draw your poster in solidarity with the Zapatistas' creation of solidarity posters, open to large and small workshop, designers confirm or beginners

o 19h: political cabaret Meeting with Georges Lapierre "in school Zapatistas' discussions around a traditional Mexican meal: chicken mole (traditional Oaxaca to 40 fruits sweet and sour sauce, nuts, spices, chilli .. . and cocoa!)

o 22h: digestion swaying to the rhythms of cumbia DJ Terror (Think a book your Mexican meal)

http://www.millebabords.org/spip.ph ...

These activities are organized by the collective Mut Vitz Marseille and a group of people in solidarity with the Zapatistas.
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