Tag Archives: Participatory Democracy

Luis Villoro and the Voice of the Caracol

“The next century will belong to indigenous people”, proclaimed Jesuit priest Ricardo Robles, under the shade of the enormous ceiba tree of La Realidad (five years before that Caracol was created). “Their worldview and their values will open the way … Continue reading

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Zapatismo: 30 Years of the Most Sensible Delusions

Zapatismo is a school of thought unlike any other, and after thirty years it is a strong, living example for all people fighting against colonialism and exploitation. In November of 1983, the Lacandona Jungle in Chiapas saw the arrival of … Continue reading

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