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Thousands of Zapatistas March in Mexico to Mark the One Year Anniversary of the Ayotzinapa 43“We do

Thousands of Zapatistas March in Mexico to Mark the One Year Anniversary of the Ayotzinapa 43

“We do not scream out of grief. We do not cry out of sorrow. We do not murmur in resignation.

Our voice is so That Those Who are absent find the path of return.

So That They Know That Even Though They are here They are absent.

So That They Do not Forget That They are not forgotten.

Because of this: from pain, from rage, for truth, for justice, for Ayotzinapa and for all of the Ayotzinapas That wound the calendars and geographies from below.

This is why we resist.

This is why we rebel.

Because the time will come When Those Who will owe us everything Have to pay.”

Read the EZLN’s full communiqué: From Pain, from Rage, for Truth, for Justice.


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Guerrero persiguiendo a Rayo McQueen!… o su destino, algo así, no me acuerdo. / Warrior chasi

Guerrero persiguiendo a Rayo McQueen!… o su destino, algo así, no me acuerdo.
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Warrior chasing Lightning McQueen… or his destiny, whatever.. #barbarian #barbaro #warrior #guerrero #sword #espada #muscles #musculos #run #correr #mane #melena


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Si ves algo bello en alguien. Díselo. Esa persona puede estar en una guerra que le impide ver su belleza y tu puedes salvarla.

Asesino de demonios Legend of the cryptids

Las tortas de la Guerrero.. . . . . . . . . . . #Fotografías #seguimosenpandemia #MéxicoSexy #CDMX

Las tortas de la Guerrero.
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#Fotografías #seguimosenpandemia #MéxicoSexy #CDMX #yanosalgas #Coronavirus #imstillStanding #Pandemia #tortas #ProyectodeFoto #Stayathome #México #Covid19 #Diciembre2020 #depie #Quince #luz #MéxicoSexy #guerrero #LaGuerrero
https://www.instagram.com/p/CI1i9K_DMwr/?igshid=y78ktv6ultyv


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julio ortega para vogue hommes: portraits around the world: acapulco, mexico (1999)

julio ortega para vogue hommes: portraits around the world: acapulco, mexico (1999)


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padres de los 43 normalistas bloqueando casetas en chilpancingo (guerrero, 2017)

padres de los 43 normalistas bloqueando casetas en chilpancingo (guerrero, 2017)


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restaurante donde fue asesinada antonia jaimes, precandidata a diputada local en chilapa y propietar

restaurante donde fue asesinada antonia jaimes, precandidata a diputada local en chilapa y propietaria del establecimiento (guerrero, 2018)


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bob schalkwijk: pie de la cuesta (guerrero, 1971)

bob schalkwijk: pie de la cuesta (guerrero, 1971)


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 “The Two of Wands and The Winter Whisper”-Medium: Acrylics, watercolors, color pencils,

“The Two of Wands and The Winter Whisper”

-Medium: Acrylics, watercolors, color pencils, ball pens and coffee on Opalina Paper.
-Size: 34.3,x 28cm / 13.4'x 10.9’ inches


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Niño Danzante Chilpancingo, Guerrero Foto: Jessica Torres

Niño Danzante

Chilpancingo, Guerrero
Foto:Jessica Torres


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hoodoogardens:Photography by Mara Sanchez ReneroFrom the series “The Cimmarón and the Fandango.”

hoodoogardens:

Photography by Mara Sanchez Renero

From the series “The Cimmarón and the Fandango.”  “The title refers to the escaped slaves and a dance –the series is Ms. Sanchez Renero’s interpretation of her conversations and encounters with the Afro-Mexicans in various communities in the Costa Chica region of Guerrero and Oaxaca, Mexico.”-David Gonzales of the New York Times

“As you go on the roads you see women doing something we had identified with Africa, and I wanted to make that link. The woman surrounded by fire, the symbolism, it has elements of spirituality. I also blindfolded her eyes, because women are the great carriers of culture and educate their children. But there is also a lack of interest in maintaining it.” -Renero

Afro-Mexicans date back to the colonial era when the Spanish brought over enslaved workers from Portugal, a trade that continued until the mid-18th century. A step toward lifting that invisibility came in 2015 when the government recognized Afro-Mexican as a census category, estimating that a little under 1.4 million people identified themselves as such.


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Taxco de Alarcón, Guerrero. MéxicoCiudad de hermosa Arquitectura y Artesanos Joyeros

Taxco de Alarcón, Guerrero. México

Ciudad de hermosa Arquitectura y Artesanos Joyeros


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Taxco, Guerrero. México

Taxco, Guerrero. México


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mostlysignssomeportents:

Telecomunicaciones Indígenas Comunitarias A.C. – a nonprofit telcoms company operated by and for indigenous groups in Chiapas, Guerrero, Oaxaca, Puebla, and Veracruz – has received a license to operate cellular services in at least 356 municipalities. It’s the first time the Mexican telcoms regulator has given a operations license to an indigenous social group.

TIC is the sequel to a network created by Rhizomatica, who installed internet-based telephony in remote communities serviced only by expensive payphones, lowering the cost of calls by as much as 98%. TIC is a co-op venture with Rhizomatica, and the communities it will serve with high-speed wireless telephony and internet connectivity are both underserved and overbilled by Mexico’s for-profit telcoms companies.

https://boingboing.net/2016/07/26/mexican-indigenous-groups-form.html

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