Infonight Zapatista indigenous communities in Chiapas

Sunday November 25th 2012, Infonight Zapatista indigenous communities in Chiapas. Opening time: 19:00 with food. Infonight & film: 20:00, no reservation

After the fraudulent national elections of July 2012 and the reestablishment of PRI in the governance of Mexico, dignity and autonomy have been severely struck. Among the sufferers, many Zapatista communities in Chiapas and their supporters, the majority of which are indigenous people, have being experiencing threats, assaults, displacements, and any form of violence from the federal Mexican state’s authorities, mostly under the guise of various paramilitary groups. […Lees verder]

Benefit Zapatista Autonomous Community

Ma./Mo. 29 october 2012, 19:00pm, Volkseten Vegazulu, Benefit Zapatista Autonomous Community, Kitchen Punks meet Esqueletos y Cucharas, 19PM.
After the fraud and take over of the mexican new government PRI (the party that was for 71 year a dictatorship of party) the autonomous communities Zapatistas and their supporters are once more under attack. This communities have requested the help of other autonomous movements around the world. Come and learn about today’s reality of the Zapatistas and their international campaign: The Other Campaign!

Volkseten Vegazulu is every monday and thursday, 19:00pm, vegan food for 4€ or donation. All benefits go for social & political struggles. No reservation

Benefit Voku for Compitch

Do. 23 juni 2011: Benefit Voku for Compitch 19uur, vegan food, no reservations, donations welcome.
Compitch is a traditional womens’ health organization that unites women in the different communities of Chiapas. These communities or currently under a high threat of eviction. Last April they decided to stay and resist and called out for solidarity. Solidarity with the Zapatistas.. more than drinking coffee alone!

Revolting Minds: Infonight on current situation Zapatista in Chiapas

Zo. 15 Mei 2011, 21uur, Revolting Minds: Infonight on current situation with film fragments. Land evictions in relation to REDD.