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Good evening brothers and sisters. After hearing from our sisters and brothers from the Indigenous Governing Council and the fathers and mothers of Ayotzinapa, we can see that what they are describing is the reality here in Mexico and in our communities. They are describing the work of big capitalism, which seeks to dispossess us, to get us out of the way. As we have heard through the pain experienced across Mexico, those above want us to be isolated, they want us to abandon our precious lands and to giveRead More

Posted On May 30, 2017By El KilomboIn Uncategorized

CNI | EZLN: The Time Has Come

To To the People of Mexico, To the Peoples of the World, To the Media, To the National and International Sixth, We send our urgent word to the world from the Constitutive Assembly for the Indigenous Governing Council, where we met as peoples, communities, nations, and tribes of the National Indigenous Congress: Apache, Amuzgo, Chatino, Chichimeca, Chinanteco, Chol, Chontal of Oaxaca, Chontal of Tabasco, Coca, Cuicateco, Mestizo, Hñähñü, Ñathö, Ñuhhü, Ikoots, Kumiai, Lakota, Mam, Matlazinca, Maya, Mayo, Mazahua, Mazateco, Me`phaa, Mixe, Mixe-Popoluca, Mixteco, Mochó, Nahua or Mexicano, Nayeri, Popoluca, Purépecha,Read More

Posted On February 18, 2017By El KilomboIn Uncategorized

Dia Sin Inmigrantes / Day Without Immigrants

Imagen de l@s Kilomber@s juntándose para la marcha de 16 de febrero. Ni muros, ni miedo!!!!!!! Vamos con todo!!!!! Kilomber@s at the Day Without Immigrants rally in Durham, NC on Feb 16, 2017. No walls. No fear. We want everything and we will struggle together!  Read More
Interview with Alvaro Reyes (the Workshop for Intercommunal Study) By Tassos Tsakiroglou (Εfimerida ton Syntakton) [Original in Greek Here] What are the lessons from the contradictory relationship between social movements in Latin America and the “progressive governments” that these movements helped bring to power? I believe that the Latin American movements of the last three decades, particularly those of indigenous peoples, were far more cohesive and radical than anything we have yet to see elsewhere. All the more reason why it is important to understand that the relation of theseRead More
The EZLN's words on the gathering storm.Read More
SCI Marcos. A DEATH…OR A LIFE (FOURTH LETTER TO Don Luis Villoro in the exchange on Ethics and Politics) A DEATH… OR A LIFE October-November of 2011. “He who names, calls. And someone responds, without prior notice, without explanation, to the place where their name, spoken or thought, is calling them, When this happens one has the right to believe that nobody leaves for good as long as the word that calls, flaming, brings them.” Eduardo Galeano. “Ventana sobre la Memoria”, in Las Palabras Andantes. Ed. Siglo XXI. For: LuisRead More
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Posted On December 7, 2010By El KilomboIn Uncategorized

Thank You for Becoming an El Kilombo "Sustainer"

Thank you for making a committment to support El Kilombo’s community-based efforts.  We appreciate your support!Read More

Posted On November 11, 2010By El KilomboIn Uncategorized

Making a Donation

Thank you for your interest in making a contribution to El Kilombo!  If you are having trouble making an online donation, please do not hesitate to email us at info@elkilombo.org with any questions or concerns and we will make sure to respond as soon as possible.Read More
MAYBE… (Third Letter to Don Luis Villoro in the Interchange on Ethics and Politics) ZAPATISTA ARMY FOR NATIONAL LIBERATION MEXICO. July-August, 2011. To: Don Luis Villoro. From: SupMarcos Don Luis: Please accept greetings from all of us and a strong embrace from me. We hope that your health has improved and that the pause in our exchange has helped to generate new ideas and reflections. Although the current reality appears to rush forward dizzily, a serious theoretical reflection should be capable of “freezing” a moment in order to discover, byRead More