Call For Solidarity After Paramilitaries Burn Zapatista Coffee Harvest In Chiapas

Two weeks ago in Zapatista territory, paramilitaries linked to the ruling party in Mexico looted and burned two Zapatista warehouses which stored this year’s coffee harvest. This is the latest in an accelerating series of attacks on the Zapatista project since the current administration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) took office. Many of you will remember that in 2017 as Trump took office, the Zapatistas sent four tons of their coffee [...]

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Poetry Corner: Black and Brown Fight Tonight

"Black and Brown Fight Tonight" By David A. Romero [Excerpt]   Black African-American By way of West Africa Transatlantic slave trade From American plantations To the first private prison From the prisons to the fields Fields to the factories Factories to unemployment Unemployment to poverty The inner city Smoldering Almost no way out But Sports Conditioning Fists Flying. "Black and Brown Fight Tonight" is included in My Name Is Romero, a book [...]

The Oxnard Civil “Gang” Injunction is Officially Dead

The Oxnard Civil “Gang” Injunction is Officially Dead A Victory for the People and the Constitution By Armando Vazquez In a news release on Tuesday, July 21, 2021 it was reported that the “Oxnard Police Department Will Work With District Attorney’s Office to Vacate Civil Gang Injunctions” Since 2004, Chiques Organizing for Rights and Equality (CORE), has been organizing and fighting in the community and the courts for the total rescission of [...]

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