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READ ó Zapatista Encuentro: Documents from the 1996 Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism (Open Media Series) Why is everyone so uiet Is this the democracy you wanted So ask the Zapatistas the group of indigenous Mexicans who on January 1 1994 mounted a rebellion against the implementation of NAFTA political corruption and the slow unreported genocide of indigenous people worldwide As the group expressed their demands and revealed their tactics it uickly became obvious that they were less an armed guerilla force seeking to seize state power and mucha social movement seeking to catalyze civil societys full democratic power For this reason Mexican political analyst Gustava Esteva has called the Zapatista rebellion the first revolution of the 21st century He explains that whereas the revolutions of the 20th century were tests for state power the Zapatista struggle was for greater local autonomy economic justice and political rights within the borders of their own communitiesZapatista Encuentro contains documents and communius from Subcomandante Marcos the leader of the Zapatistas from the 1996 Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism This remarkable event brought together 5000 activists from all over the world to discuss how globalization neoliberalism affects us politically culturally economically and socially

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READ ó Zapatista Encuentro: Documents from the 1996 Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism (Open Media Series) Why is everyone so uiet Is this the democracy you wanted So ask the Zapatistas the group of indigenous Mexicans who on January 1 1994 mounted a rebellion against the implementation of NAFTA political corruption and the slow unreported genocide of indigenous people worldwide As the group expressed their demands and revealed their tactics it uickly became obvious that they were less an armed guerilla force seeking to seize state power and mucha social movement seeking to catalyze civil societys full democratic power For this reason Mexican political analyst Gustava Esteva has called the Zapatista rebellion the first revolution of the 21st century He explains that whereas the revolutions of the 20th century were tests for state power the Zapatista struggle was for greater local autonomy economic justice and political rights within the borders of their own communitiesZapatista Encuentro contains documents and communius from Subcomandante Marcos the leader of the Zapatistas from the 1996 Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism This remarkable event brought together 5000 activists from all over the world to discuss how globalization neoliberalism affects us politically culturally economically and socially

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READ ó Zapatista Encuentro: Documents from the 1996 Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism (Open Media Series) Why is everyone so uiet Is this the democracy you wanted So ask the Zapatistas the group of indigenous Mexicans who on January 1 1994 mounted a rebellion against the implementation of NAFTA political corruption and the slow unreported genocide of indigenous people worldwide As the group expressed their demands and revealed their tactics it uickly became obvious that they were less an armed guerilla force seeking to seize state power and mucha social movement seeking to catalyze civil societys full democratic power For this reason Mexican political analyst Gustava Esteva has called the Zapatista rebellion the first revolution of the 21st century He explains that whereas the revolutions of the 20th century were tests for state power the Zapatista struggle was for greater local autonomy economic justice and political rights within the borders of their own communitiesZapatista Encuentro contains documents and communius from Subcomandante Marcos the leader of the Zapatistas from the 1996 Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism This remarkable event brought together 5000 activists from all over the world to discuss how globalization neoliberalism affects us politically culturally economically and socially