lamarichola: How to Be a Chingona in 10 Easy Steps Live for your own approval. Center yourself. Be alone. Create your own space. Discover your own powers. What floods you with joy? Find true humility and practice it. Keep your palabra, your word. What are you using to cover or mask your pain? Address it. Your only true possessions are your actions. Seek forgiveness. Live in the present...
Zapatistan Women's Revolutionary Law
recitation: Women, regardless of their race, creed, color or political affiliation, have the right to participate in the revolutionary struggle in any way that their desire and capacity determine. Women have the right to work and receive a fair salary. Women have the right to decide the number of children they have and care for. Women have the right to participate in the matters of the...
NAFTA AND THE ZAPATISTA UPRISING [the early and... →
kropotkinskayastation: “The end of the cold war—the collapse of the Soviet Union—was a watershed for capitalism. But it was also a turning point for militants, labor unions, liberation movements and social-justice and environmental activists, some of the groups from which the global justice movement has drawn.”