Tag Archives: indigenous

  1. Campesinos Refusing To Disappear: Guatemala’s Polochic Valley One Year After the Evictions

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    March 26, 2012 by tristan savage

    by Tristan Call. Posted Simultaneously at Upside Down World Juan lived in the village of Paraná until August, when for …
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  2. Free Q’eqchi’ Leader and Political Prisoner Ramiro Choc!

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    February 7, 2011 by tristan savage

    Friends- Our compañero Ramiro Choc will have been in prison in Guatemala for 3 years on Valentines Day. Please take …
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  3. US-funded Biodiesel Colonialism

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    January 10, 2011 by Kate Savage

    “As corrupt corporations and politicians shift wealthy nations to greater ethanol and biodiesel use, the US government believes that harvests …
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  4. Accompanying the Peasant Movement Part 1: Growing Trees in a Cage

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    June 23, 2010 by tristan savage

    Ramiro Choc is in prison in Guatemala City for his work in the peasant movement fighting imperialism and environmental destruction.  …
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  5. Repression stepping up for Olympic Resistance

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    February 13, 2010 by tristan savage

    I was sent this press release a couple of days ago by Wes, a friend of ours in Salt Lake …
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