Strategies for resistance under neoliberalism: lessons from the Zapatistas and the Landless Workers' Movement
This essay examines the Zapatista Army of National Liberation and the Landless Workers' Movement and the ways that these movements have been able to persist for decades and surpass frequent limitations of revolutionary action under neoliberalism. These lessons are essential for efforts to build counter-power.
Washington Post article from 5th February 1979 on the Imperial Valley Lettuce Strike
Article published in the New York Times with the headlineLettuce Strike Crippling 40% of California Output
An account by a farm worker on industrial background to the Imperial Valley California lettuce workers strike of 1979. Written for the National Ministry of Farm Workers.
Why we liberate Mother Earth through direct action in Cauca?: a resistance message from Colombia to the world
From "The Guanabano" in Corinto, Cauca, one of the millenary liberators of Uma Kiwe (Mother Earth) explains what the dreams of the Nasa people in the ancestral lands, that are realised through direct action are: food sovereignty and self-management, self-organization of their economic activities, respect for indigenous governances and expansion of education under the worldviews of ethnic groups and peoples of Colombia, are some of the goals.