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Radio Zapatista

(Español) AUDIOS: “A 10 años del 2001: ¿Qué opinan ahora las organizaciones sociales que salieron a la luz en medio de la crisis?” (Argentina)

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Radio Zapatista

Greeting by Radio Zapatista in solidarity with the Chilean people in resistance

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Relatos Zapatistas

South Central Farmers remember the aggressive eviction that took place 5 years prior

On June 11th, 2011, the South Central Farmers remember the aggressive eviction that took place 5 years prior. After having cultivated what was thought to be the largest urban farm in the United States, the Los Angeles Sheriffs Department carried out an eviction imposed by owner and developer of the plot, Ralph Horowitz. For nearly 14 years, the South Central Farmers worked the 14-acre plot that was located in the heart of the Alameda Corridor by the community of South Central Los Angeles, feeding hundreds of families in the community and providing a model for autonomous greenspace in urban areas. This is a brief update discussing where the South Central Farmers are currently in there struggle to get back their land.

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Medios Libres Chiapas

Student demonstrations continue en Chile, repression increases

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The student movement in Chile: Report from the mega-march in Santiago on July 14, 2011

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.

En este reportaje, salimos a la mega-marcha de estudiantes y trabajadores en Santiago de Chile el 14 de julio 2011, para escuchar las voces de los manifestantes en su lucha contra el neoliberalismo y por la democracia y la educación pública. También hablamos con un activista de Santiago sobre la historia de la privatización de la educación para entender mejor el cómo y porqué de la lucha actual en Chile.

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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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Radio Zapatista

The Afrobolivian Struggle: a conversation with activists from the movement

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Relatos Zapatistas

Autonomía y Austeridad / Relatos Zapatistas en junio

This month’s program, broadcast on June 5, tries to think through the relationship between two concepts: autonomy and austerity. Here we’ve uploaded two interviews as separate segments/files that can be easily downloaded and listened to. The first (both in Spanish and translated into English) deals with the so-called “Spanish Revolution,” the massive popular mobilizations against the electoral system that have been taking place in Spain since May. The second focuses on a series of actions organized against austerity politics and their local manifestations. The two interviews also reflect on the question of how best to articulate an anti-austerity politics that’s at the same time anti-state.

The audios are also available on the Indybay website: 15-M Español, 15-M English, and austerity.

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Radio Zapatista

Report on the community of Cruztón

El 23 de mayo la comunidad de Cruztón, adherente a la otra campaña, en el municipio de Venustiano Carranza, Chiapas, denunció que se está formando un grupo para volver despojarlos de sus tierras, en probable complicidad con la Procuraduría Agraria del estado. Entrevistamos a uno de los miembros de la comunidad, quien nos cuenta la historia de Cruztón, la lucha por la tierra, las nuevas amenazas y los intereses de la minería en la región.

Escucha/lee la denuncia completa.

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Radio Zapatista

Agroecological Revolution

Presentación del libro Revolución agroecológica: El Movimiento de Campesino a Campesino de la ANAP en Cuba, organizado por el Seminario Permanente Internacional sobre Medio Ambiente, Agricultura, Género y Movimientos Sociales de CIESAS-Sureste y el Centro Cultural TierrAdentro Café, en San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, 30 de mayo de 2011.

Presentación de María Elena Martínez Torres, CIESAS-Sureste(Descarga aquí)  

Peter Rosset, La Vía Campesina (co-autor del libro)(Descarga aquí)  
Jorge Santiago Santiago, DESMI(Descarga aquí)  
Xochitl Leyva Solano, CIESAS-Sureste(Descarga aquí)  
Helda Morales, ECOSUR(Descarga aquí)  
Preguntas del público(Descarga aquí)  
Respuestas de los ponentes(Descarga aquí)  
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