Voces de liderazgos indígenas en México
Ciudad de México: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2021. First Edition. Paperback. 382p., indices, wrps. New. Item #81681
Eighteen life stories, some told with their hearts in their hands, others with pride, others with simplicity, all with honesty. Testimonies of protagonists of national, state or regional indigenous struggles who have dedicated their lives to fighting for the rights of their peoples from various trenches. In this book you will find detailed topics as diverse as child labor, the Chiapas indigenous movements prior to the EZLN, the daily fight against discrimination, the organization of indigenous companies, advocacy in international forums, the battles to preserve the territory, the emergence of the indigenous women's movement, the search for justice for the displaced, the vindication of culture, threats and imprisonment, moments of difficulties or achievements and a number of anecdotes. It is a document made with personal stories that together reflect and express the reality of the indigenous peoples of Mexico and their resistance.