Zapatista womens stories by hilary klein compaeras is the untold story of womens involvement in the zapatista movement the indigenous rebellion that has inspired grassroots activists around the world for over two decades. Hilary klein 2015 compaeras zapatista womens stories new york seven stories press when poor indigenous people and peasants took over land and municipal governments in chiapas mexico on janu ary 1 1994 just as the north american free trade agreement went into effect the uprising shook the world. This year she published her first book compaeras zapatista womens stories which she compiled during her years living in zapatista communities in chiapas mexico compaeras is the untold story of womens involvement in the zapatista movement that has inspired grassroots activists around the world for over two decades it is the . Compaeras zapatista womens stories which came out on seven stories press in february is the result klein took some time between book launch events to answer a few questions about the zapatistas womens organizing and what we in the global north can learn from their example. Hilary klein spent six years in chiapas mexico working with womens projects in zapatista communities after she compiled a book of zapatista womens testimony to be circulated in their own villages women in the zapatista leadership suggested that hilary compile a similar book for an outside audience
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