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Sorry, this entry is only available in Mexican Spanish. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language.

Espacio de Noticias de la Ké Huelga Radio, en donde encontrarás, entre otros temas:

  • Avance contra el fuero militar
  • Y mientras, los militares piden impunidad
  • Sigue el terror
  • Chiapas: Sigue la ofensiva contra las comunidades en resistencia grabada
  • En defensa de Mexicana
  • Tlaxcala: Sandak se da a la huida
  • Manzanillo: huelga de hambre contra maltrato laboral
  • Cuando el destino nos alcanzó: hambruna en el Cuerno de África
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Radio Zapatista

Interview to the Digna Ochoa Human Rights Center – Coast Zone of Chiapas

Yasmín Guadalupe Hernández Núñez, legal counselor of the Digna Ochoa Human Rights Center in Tonalá, Costal Zone of Chiapas, speaks of the government’s harrassment against the center’s director Nataniel Hernández and his family, the criminalization of human rights activists in the country, and the National and Internacional Campaign agaisnt Judicial Harrassment and Criminalization of Human Rights Defenders and Social Activists in México.

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Radio Teocelo

Interview to the Autonomous Regional Council of the Coastal Zone on the criminalization of human rights defenders in Chiapas

Interview to members of the Autonomous Regional Council of the Coastal Zone of Chiapas, adherents to the Other Campaign, who explain the criminalization and persecution by the Mexican state to the Digna Ochoa Human Rights Center, in particular its director Nataniel Hernández Núñez. The interview is part of the weekly radio column in Radio Teocelo (Veracruz) via internet from Barcelona, Spain. This time, the interview was a connection between Barcelona, Chiapas, and Radio Teocelo, Veracruz.

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Noticias de la Otra

Repression and arbitrariness at the “first sustainable rural city of the world” Nuevo Juan de Grijalva

Nuevo Juan de Grijalva is the dearest project of the Chiapas Government and promoted as the first sustainable rural city of the world and the solution to poverty. However, since it was inaugurated its residents have denounced that there are no jobs, the “sustainable” projects don’t work, electricity rates are exorbitant, the clinic doesn’t work, and, in general, they live a desperate situation. The city was built after a supposedly natural accident that destroyed homes and lands when the Grijalva river burst its bank. The Chiapas government committed to compensate the people for the damages to their lands and homes, but it never did. Now a large work is underway by the Federal Electric Commission, which will affect large extensions of land. Once again, the government committed to idemnify the residents for the destruction of their lands, but it never did. Without other alternatives, the residents of Nuevo Juan de Grijalva organized a demonstration. Instead of complying with its promises, the government’s answer was the illegal detention of of the demonstrators, with an outburst of arbitrariness and injustice typical of the authoritarian and arrogant ways of the governor Juan Sabines Guerrero. After a long struggle and the intervention of human rights organizations and even the United Nations, the prisoners were freed. In a visit with the Free Media Network of Chiapas, we spoke with some of them, who shared with us their experience.

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Frayba

Incriminating leaders of the Popular Front Organization Lucio Cabañas del Municipio de Las Margaritas

People outside the Popular Front Organization Lucio Cabañas take land on behalf of that organization and the State Government incriminating their leaders without these facts are true.

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Noticias de la Otra

Rural City of Jaltenango, “A refugee camp”: Interview with Dawn Paley

Jaltenango is the fourth “sustainable rural city” of Chiapas, currently under construction, in the coffee-growing region of La Frailesca. The Canadian journalist Dawn Paley visited the site of the future rural city, where ejidatarios from Nueva Colombia, affected by the rains in September 2010, have been living for the past 10 months in a sports complex in very precarious conditions of overpopulation and lack of basic hygiene conditions. The state government promised them homes in the new rural city, but up to now the only thing that’s been built is an impressive entrance; at the same time, they are not allowed to go back to live on their lands. In an interview with Radio Zapatista, Dawn Paley describes de situation.

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Radio Zapatista

Bajo la sombra del guamúchil: Presentación del libro y video

Presentation of the book
Bajo la sombra del guamúchil:
Historias de vida de mujeres indígenas y campesinas en prisión

Cideci-Unitierra, San Cristóbal de Las Casas, 7 July 2011.

The book tells the stories of indigenous and mestizo women (almosta all of them of rural origin) prisoners at Cereso Morelos, where 206 women and 15 children have been isolated from society by a legal system that views punishment and imprisonment as a solution in the face of the failure of a social model, which through exclusion and poverty has contributed to produce criminality. These publications (book and video) attempt to aproximate us to such experiences of inequity through the voices and writings of nine prisoners, within the context of the “Life Stories” workshop.

Introduction – Rosalva Aída Hernández (co-author):(Descarga aquí)  

Commentaries – Gabriela Patishtán (Voces Inocentes), Mercedes Oliveira, Xóchtil Leyva:(Descarga aquí)  

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Radio Zapatista

La Onda Bajita: July Program

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Relatos Zapatistas

Relatos Zapatistas in July: Interviews on Austerity and the “Drug War”

On this month’s show we bring you three in-depth interviews: 1) Oakland librarian “Agnes” on public libraries in a time of austerity, when 14 of 18 libraries were threatened with closure; 2) reporter and author John Gibler on his new book, To Die in Mexico, which analyzes the so-called “drug war” in Mexico; and 3) two compañerxs from UA in the Bay announce the Anarchist General Assembly that will take place on July 16, along with an update on the continuing occupation of Glen Cove. (2 hrs, mp3)

Four audio files are available here: 1) the full show; 2) interview on libraries and austerity (28 min); 3) interview with John Gibler (42 min); 4) interview on Anarchist General Assembly (14 min).

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Frayba

Internal complaints Catazajá beaches and family abuse and mistreatment by state officials

Now Catazajá internal beaches in northern Chiapas report abuse and violence against him and his family by jail officials. Similar situations have occurred since the end of 2010 to date in various jails in Chiapas.

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