“Memory is never complete. There are always parts of it that time has amputated. Writing is a way of retrieving them, of bringing the missing parts back to it, of making it more holistic.”
• Ask me anything manifestaciones extrañas
30 years ago, on November 17, 1983, three members of the National Liberation Forces’ (FLN) leadership, Germán, Rodrigo and Elisa and three insurgent indigenous speakers of Chol, Javier, George and Frank, founded in the Lacandon Jungle the second core guerrilla unit that would become the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN).
After the police and military attacks of 1974 (Monterrey, Nepantla and The Chilar-Ocosingo), the FLN spent the next nine years rebuilding and establishing its second core guerrilla unit in the Lacandon Jungle, origin and base of the political and military organizational process of the EZLN in Chiapas. They had survived the “dirty war” and “openness” policy of President Luis Echeverria (1970-1976) and they passed on the “political reform” and amnesty for “socially motivated offenders” of President José López Portillo (1976 - 1982).
Partial translation. Read the full text at La Floja.
she ain’t like negroids but she gon need one to glue some shit onto that scalp doe
white people really do be like this, lmaooo
accurate as fuck.
I like that The Craft didn’t just throw her in there as the token. It acknowledged that she was black and experienced shit differently, especially being that she was in a white ass environment. And I love that line where she was like "but I told her, you’re white, honey, get over it."
“Son 101 siluetas de mujeres ataviadas con el desgarro humano que les produce transitar fronteras, el cemento y varillas. Muestra la frialdad de la indiferencia ante el tan cruel fenómeno de la migración”