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  • Ejercito Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional: ?Ya Basta!
    Unofficial site working to provide reliable information on the Zapatista uprising.
  • Wikipedia: Zapatista Army of National Liberation
    Overview of the history, communications, political initiatives, ideology, and news about the revolutionary group who consider themselves part of the wider anti-economic globalization movement.
  • Zapatistas Discussion Group
    Clearinghouse of Zapatista information and support worldwide.
  • Chiapas and the Zapatista Rebellion
    Features background information on Mexican history and politics, a chronology of the Zapatista rising from 1994 to the present, and more.
  • Zapatista Index
    Information concerning the historical and current condition of Chiapas, issues and campaigns of its indigenous peoples, the EZLN and FZLN, and counter-insurgency efforts.
  • Zapatistas in Cyberspace
    Guide to online analysis and resources by Harry M. Cleaver.
  • Zapatista Revolution
    Book by Blake Bailey about the Zapatista Revolution and the Zapatista movement. Also includes a brief history of Mexico and Zapata, links, and more.
  • Subcomandante Marcos (8)
  • Women and the EZLN
    Directory of texts on the struggle and role of women in the Chiapas rebellion.
  • Zapatista Net of Autonomy and Liberation
    Dedicated to presenting information and discourse related to the Zapatista struggle for democracy in Mexico.
  • Web Directory: Zapatista Solidarity Sites
    Links to solidarity groups and pro-Zapatista sites, related struggles, and human rights centers.
  • Mujeres Zapatistas, Zapatista Women
    Arena of discussion and education in honor of the women who have offered their lives to the Zapatista movement.
  • Peace Action Delegation to Chiapas, 1999
    Report by Tamar Gabelnick of a trip to look into the impact of U.S. arms, military aid, and training on the region of the 1994 Zapatista uprising.

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