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Ya Basta: How Zapatismo Has Influenced the US

Saturday, 16 August 2014 13:10 By Making Contact, National Radio Project | Radio Report

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The Zapatistas are a group in the southern state of Chiapas, Mexico working to bring democracy to their country and their local communities. 20 years after their founding, the group's influences has spread far beyond Mexico's border through music and art. On this edition of Making Contact producer Alejandro Rosas explores how Zapatismo has influenced those in the U.S. –including himself.

Featuring:

  • Hector Flores, Las Cafeteras member
  • Margaret Chowning, University of California at Berkeley professor of Mexican history
  • Emory Douglas, former Black Panther Party Minister of Culture
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Ya Basta: How Zapatismo Has Influenced the US

Saturday, 16 August 2014 13:10 By Making Contact, National Radio Project | Radio Report

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The Zapatistas are a group in the southern state of Chiapas, Mexico working to bring democracy to their country and their local communities. 20 years after their founding, the group's influences has spread far beyond Mexico's border through music and art. On this edition of Making Contact producer Alejandro Rosas explores how Zapatismo has influenced those in the U.S. –including himself.

Featuring:

  • Hector Flores, Las Cafeteras member
  • Margaret Chowning, University of California at Berkeley professor of Mexican history
  • Emory Douglas, former Black Panther Party Minister of Culture
This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.

Making Contact

Making Contact is a program on the National Radio Project. 


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