Zapatista Art Gallery

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Zapatista Art

“I dedicate this page to my good friend and artist, Latuff.”
(Go here for more work by this gifted artist.)

Zapatista Screen Saver
(Made from these images)

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Zapata Vive en Chiapas!

Photo Gallery

Chiapas Menu

La Otra Cultura

Join the Colorado Sisters in their send
off message to the people of Chiapas
in their street corner music and dance presentation
featuring the Mexica Danzantes of NYC.

Zapatistamay

 

 


An Interview with Marcos

Latuff
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Massacre at Acteal
MASSACRE AT ACTEAL: The Other Side of NAFTA
filmed by Kerry Appel.

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Marcos' Book Of Mirrors

Don Durito de la Lacondona

“Somos Todos Marcos!”
(Zapata Vive en Chiapas!)

 

“Who Is This Masked Man?”


“Storm from the Mountain”
is a beautiful and empowering video documenting the historic three weeks in Mexico from Feb 24 to March 11, 2001.
Originally satellite cast nationally on Free Speech TV March 14, the video follows the Zapatista caravan as it journeyed through 12 Mexican states visiting indigenous communities, eventually arriving in Mexico City to be greeted by over 300,000 people.

“My sweet beloved homeland,
your voice and my song
joined today in exile
wound me
like a dagger in my soul.”

Zapatista Web Sites

Accion Zapatista Report

Zapata and the Mexican Revolution


Zapatista’s Art Gallery by Latuff
“Patria, mi dulce amada,
tu voz y mi canto
unidos hoy en el exilio
me duelen
como punal en al alma.”
Frontera de la Palabra
Palabra Conjurada
(First Mayan Book on the Internet)
Virtual Art Gallery of Chiapas


Mex News List Sites

Zapatista banner

Chiapas95 (Accion Zapatista de Austin)
Comitato Chiapas Torino
Coordinamento Zapatista per l’Italia
C. s. o. a. La Strada
Diez de Abril in Chiapas
EZLN (ĄYa Basta!)
E.Z.L.N. a la Ciudad de México
FZLN Page
Indigenous women of Chiapas in the Consulta
Information on the Zapatista (EZLN) rebellion in Chiapas
Irish Mexico Group
Irish Mexico Group PDF files

Mexico News Archive
National Commission for Democracy in Mexico (NCDM)
Política y Gobierno : Chiapas
Rage Against the Machine
Red de Solidaridad con Mexico (RSM)
San Cristobal – Heart of Chiapas
San Cristobal Photo Gallery
SIPAZ, International Service for Peace
Wikipedia (EZLN)
Worldwide Zapatista Network
Yahoo / Dogpile Search
Zapatista Books
Zapatista Net of Autonomy & Liberation (ZapNet)

Schools for Chiapas
Zapatista Solidarity Collective – Melbourne
Zapatista Women

Current Chiapas Updates

External Chiapas Home Pages

Articles/Books Related to Chiapas

Local Pages

Chiapas has seen it’s share of the
“GOOD”, the “BAD”, and the “UGLY”:

Bartolomo de las Casas — Hernan Cortes


“Basta de gritar contra el viento.
Toda palabra es ruido si no esta acompanada de accion.”

Gloria Anzaldua

Che Guevara

“Let me say at the risk of seeming ridiculous
that a true revolutionary is guided by great feelings of love.”

International Drawings

by: Latuff

sitbull7

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I would like to dedicate this page to:

Carlos Latuff, a Brazilian political cartoonist

Mideast

He draws about current news and
events in Palestine and Iraq.
He has, during the years, recieved a lot of
criticism but even more compliments.
He sometimes mixes comic irony in his artwork
to get people to understand the situation.
Carlos Latuff has not only inspired me to
be more active but around the world
there are people who are positively affected by his artwork.

I wish him the best of luck in the future.

Gulf War

Human Rights

More drawings

Other Pictures

Picture Gallery

 

Middle East

by: Latuff

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Iraqi Slideshow
Mideast Montage – by Latuff
Palestine Slideshow
Palestine in Black & White

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