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Something has been happening in the indigenous communities of Chiapas. From the remote jungles of the Lacandona Forest, word has been issued that reiterates Zapatista solidarity with indigenous struggles. This essay reports on the goings‐on leading up to the Red Alert by the Zapatistas in the...
There is an environmental crisis now facing the inhabitants of the Río Grande—Río Bravo Basin which lies along the border between the south of New Mexico and the west of Texas in the U.S., and Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas in northern Mexico. This essay examines social, cultural...
This article describes the work of activist anthropologist Christine Eber whose participatory action research in Chiapas, Mexico led to the development of a cross‐border solidarity project. Eber established the Las Cruces–Chiapas Connection, an advocacy organization that assists women of Chiapas...
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