June 29, 2010 by Kate Savage
Saquimo Setaña is a community in northern Guatemala facing eviction by a local plantation owner. Three community members—Jesus Yat, Oscar … Continue reading
Category: economics, libertarian socialism, torture, Violence
| Tags: campesinos, carbon market, environmental justice, evictions, export agriculture, government repression, Guatemala, Guatemalan Civil War, Human Rights, indigenous resistance, militarization, peasant movement, political prisoners, Saquimo, solidarity action, subsistence agriculture
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