Benefit Voku for Movimiento de Mujeres y Diversidades Indígenas por el buen vivir (Indigenous Women’s Movement for Good Living)

Monday 9 January 2023, Benefit Voku for Movimiento de Mujeres y Diversidades Indígenas por el buen vivir (Indigenous Women’s Movement for Good Living). The anti-authoritarian collective Ajo Negro is cooking, food served from 7pm, no reservation.

Active social movement anti-patriarchal, extra-parliamentary, anti-capitalist and anti-colonial, fighting against racism and murder of the earth (terricide) the Indigenous Women’s Movement has been pushing to develop a visible online presence with active social media campaigns addressing the various needs of communities across the country, and also undertaking direct actions, like squatting the Banco Central (National Bank) in Argentina demanding freedom of Mapuche political prisoners, stop evictions of their territories, acknowledgment of the plural nationality neglected by the official history of the colonial states.
Come to eat delicious vegan food!

MAPUCHE POLITICAL PRISONERS FREE NOW
STOP TERRICIDE

more info: https://movimientodemujeresindigenasporelbuenvivir.org/
https://www.esperanzaproject.com/2022/latin-america/argentina/indigenous-women-build-movement-to-tackle-terricide-in-argentina/
more support: https://www.teaming.net/mmi

Volkseten Vegazulu is a people’s kitchens existing since the very beginning of Joe’s Garage, June 2005. Your donations are welcome. Food is vegan, no reservation. All benefits go to social & political struggles. Joe’s Garage is a space run by volunteers. Without a collective effort, without your active participation, we’re remaining closed. Get in touch in you feel like giving a hand. We’re always looking for cooks. Any help is welcome in the kitchen. Experience not required. If you want to know which days are still available, mail us.

Mapuche Benefit

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Monday November 4th 2013, Mapuche Benefit, Volkseten Vegazulu, 7pm

News about the latest raids, lawsuits and the current hunger strike by two Mapuche Political Prisoners. Maricheweu International (“10 times we shall overcome”) unites people whose main goal it is to support the human rights of the Mapuche (people of the earth). The Mapuche are an indigenous people of South America. Their ancestral lands are occupied by Chile and Argentina. Currently there live more than 1,5 million Mapuche in Chile and about 50,000 in Argentina. […Lees verder]

Benefit Mapuche communities and their fight for Autonomy

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Thursday June 20th 2013, Benefit Mapuche communities and their fight for Autonomy, 7pm.

Proceeds will go to support the Mapuche community Wente Winkul Mapu. Maricheweu International (“10 times we shall overcome”) unites people whose main goal it is to support the human rights of the Mapuche (people of the earth). The Mapuche are an indigenous people of South America. Their ancestral lands are occupied by Chile and Argentina. Currently there live more than 1,5 million Mapuche in Chile and about 50,000 in Argentina.
The ongoing systematic destruction of indigenous peoples in South America is an indisputable fact, and apparently an international political strategy. In Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Chile and elsewhere the human rights of indigenous peoples are flouted over and over again. While there is progress on legal issues, as there are made judgements, decrees, laws and international treaties for the protection, conservation and respect for Indigenous Peoples, all this does not seem to suffice. […Lees verder]

Benefit Mapuche Indian communities from Chile

Th./Do. 6th december 2012: Volkseten Vegazulu, Benefit Mapuche Indian communities from Chile, 19:00 pm.

In Maricheweu International (“10 times we shall overcome”) some people have come together whose main goal it is to support the human rights of the Mapuche (People of the Earth). The Mapuche are an indigenous people of South America. Their ancestral lands are located in Chile and Argentina. Currently there live more than 1 million Mapuche in Chile and about 50,000 in Argentina. The ongoing systematic destruction of indigenous peoples in South America is an indisputable fact, and apparently an international political strategy. In Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Chile and elsewhere the human rights of indigenous peoples flouted over and over again. While there is progress on legal issues, as there are made judgements, decrees, laws and international treaties for the protection, conservation and respect for Indigenous People, all this does not seem to suffice. The treatment of the Mapuche people provides an example for this. […Lees verder]