Words of the relatives of the missing and murdered students from Ayotzinapa, during the inauguration of the final session of the 1st World Festival of Resistance and Rebellion against Capitalism “Where those from above destroy, us from below rebuild,” at Cideci/Universidad de la Tierra Chiapas, January 2, 2015.
Interviews conducted at Cideci/Universidad de la Tierra Chiapas, at the end of the World Festival of Resitance and Rebellion against Capitalism.
With spoke with Salvador Campanur Sánchez, Purépecha from Cherán, Michoacán, of the National Indigenous Congress, who explains the meaning of this great encounter:
Rosa Elba Jiménez Gutiérrez and one of the authorities of the Yaqui Tribe speak of the forms of struggle and resistance in the face of the disposession and violence in the country:
Evaristo Domínguez Ramos, from Santa María de Ostula, Michoacán, speaks about the community’s problems:
Silvia Marcos and Jean Robert make a balance of 2014, in terms of death and repression as well as resistance and construction:
We also asked several participants the same question: “After all that was shared in Xochicuautla, Amilcingo, and Campeche, after hearing all the different pains and rages lived by the peoples of Mexico and the world, and also the forms of struggle and resistance, what do you take from the Festival?”
José Luis Fernández – Comunidad de Xochicuautla:
Rosa Elba Jiménez Gutiérrez y autoridad de la Tribu Yaqui:
Representante del pueblo coca de Mezcala:
Juan Enrique Bobadilla, Unión de Pueblos y Comunidades Purépechas del DF:
Finalmente, these are the sounds of the Festival’s closure: