Ruptura Colectiva (RC)

Paramilitaries kill six, and leave three children wounded, to steal territories in Guerrero, Mexico

The armed assault resulted in the death of three women, one man, a 17-year-old youth, and a baby of just four months.

2 mois après le massacre à Arantepakua, la Ronde Communautaire "Kuaricha" et la sécurité se renforcent

À toutes les actions -des riches- correspondent une réaction -du peuple-.

Message from Subcomandante Moisés and EZLN after the creation of Indigenous Council of Government

Message from Subcomandante Moisés and the EZLN on the historic formation of the Indigenous Council of Government of the CNI that has made official the ‘candidacy’ of the compañera María de Jesús Patricio Martínez “Marichuy”, a Nahua indigenous woman from Tuxpan, Jalisco, who will represent the voice of the original people from the IGC in the electoral process of 2018 in México, not to dispute power, but to make visible the RESISTANCE by all possible means..

Hueyapan unanimously decides to make itself an Indigenous Municipality; "We are closer to autonomy"

On Sunday, May 28, the Nahua community of Hueyapan in Morelos, unanimously decided to establish itself as an Autonomous Indigenous Municipality, thus achieving its separation from the head of Tetela del Volcán, a municipality to which they have belonged since its foundation in 1937.

Narco-State's reign of horror: a bloody week for México

Murdered Workers from Salvador Escalante

The Mexican state of Michoacán is again in the national headlines. Not for the achievements or merits of its population, but for the morbid and tragic “red note” (nota roja), a wave of massacres plaguing the country.

Community Radio Hueyapan 105.5 is born; “another step toward our self-government”

In a small town in the east of Morelos, on a small console bought with the donations of hundreds of people, there are four RCA cables connected that give life to the recently created Community Radio Hueyapan 105.5. The radio embodies the maxim of Neil Armstrong, a small step forward for creating community, and a giant leap toward self-government in Hueyapan.

The community of Suc-Tuc form self-government against corruption and repression in Campeche

“Impossible just takes a little bit longer”: Demián Revart reports on the decision of the indigenous Suc-Tuc community in the Hopelchén municipality of Campeche, Mexico, to declare autonomous self-government, following their struggles against biotech multinational Monsanto as well as the Mexican state.

"It is possible to change the world": interview-exchange with the community of Cherán K’eri

Interview with members of the indigenous Cherán K’eri community in Mexico, whose struggle against central government and illegal logging has seen the development of libertarian organising, with direct democracy, equal participation of women, and autonomous patrols of both the community and neighbouring forests, all striking fear into the heart of the Mexican government.

#Hueyapan: Manifesto for Autonomy

The indigenous Community Council for Hueyapan Autonomy is struggling for self-government, a collective economy, direct democracy and the strengthening of its community guards against state police and clandestine destruction of the forests.

Colombia: international solidarity with Mateo Gutiérrez; critical thought is not terrorism!

Mateo Gutiérrez León is a committed and critical student of the 5th semester of sociology at the National University of Colombia, Bogota, an excellent companion, son, friend and possesses an active mind and solidarity with various national issues that he considers unfair and the product of that social manipulation. Today he is the victim of a false judicial verdict.