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After Oaxaca's Popular Rebellion: Against The Current vol. 149
“Think about it,” a popular bumper sticker read, “6 more years would be 86.” On July 4, 2010, the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca held statewide elections. Despite open vote-buying and other fraud pe...
The Battle of Oaxaca
This is not just another of the many Oaxacan wars. It is part of a much more profound and extensive war that is by no means contained within the national territory itself. But the battle being waged i...
Broken Barricades: The Oaxaca Rebellion in Victory, Defeat, and Beyond
An analysis of the 2006 Oaxaca rebellion and its contradictions. Its diversity encompassed workers, indigenous groups, Stalinists, anarchists and others. Its weapons and tactics included general assem...
Oaxaca: Autonomy Under Seige: Against The Current vol. 148
On April 27, 2010, the Mexican state of Oaxaca again garnered international attention as a humanitarian aid and solidarity caravan comprised of national and international activists heading to the Auto...
Oaxaca protests 2006: Connexipedia Article
The Mexican state of Oaxaca was embroiled in a conflict that lasted more than seven months and resulted in at least seventeen deaths and the occupation of the capital city of Oaxaca by the Popular Ass...
Two Years Later in Oaxaca: Commentary from Oaxaca
A sketch of what has changed since the brutal repression of the 2006 social movement’s five month control of the city of Oaxaca.
We Are the Face of Oaxaca: Testimony and Social Movements
Stephen emphasizes the crucial role of testimony in human rights work, indigenous cultural history, community and indigenous radio, and women's articulation of their rights to speak and be heard. She ...
We Stand with the Teachers of Oaxaca
The values and aspirations of teachers and families everywhere are the same: to see the healthy, secure, peaceful development of their students and children to the fullest of their abilities in an env...
What Would it Mean to Win?
Where is the movement today? Where is it going? Are we winning? The authors of the essays in this volume pose these and other momentous questions.
An Experiment in Democracy - Book Review
La Botz, Dan
Organizing Dissent: Unions, the State, and the Democratic Teachers' Movement in Mexico by Maria Lorena Cook. (University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1996). Photographs, ap...