Zapatistas: In their own words
26 pages – English
First published circa 1995
A brief collection of initial interviews and statements from the early days of the EZLN movement and a extract from the original ‘Manifesto to Mexicans’ by Emiliano Zapata from 1914.
Print copy 150dpi first-last landscape layout, 14.6MB.
Reading copy 72dpi, sequential portrait layout, 14.3MB.
Broadening the struggle & winning the media war: ‘Marcos Mystique’, ‘Guerrilla chic’ and Zapatista PR by Nicholas Henck
Published by Kersplebedeb
54 pages – English
First published in 2002.
This in-depth collection looks into the way the Zapatista movement dealt with the media and public relations in Mexico and abroad and made its agenda publicly accessible and popular.
Print copy 150dpi first-last landscape layout, 26.4MB.
Reading copy 72dpi, sequential portrait layout, 6.4MB.
They Shine: On being gay in Mazatepec, Mexico by Producciones Gringoyo and the Autonomous University of the State of Morelos
13 minutes – English and Spanish versions.
Originally released in 2002.
Four gay men with disposable cameras and a tape recorder document what it means to them to be gay in a small town in rural Mexico, including frank comments from locals and family.
English – 13min (164MB avi)
Espanol – 13min (165MB avi)
Women in the Zapatistas
Published by Red & Black
24 pages – English
Original publication Date 1998
Five brief pieces on the role of women in the Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional from the 1990s, including statements on International Women’s Day, interviews with women Zapatistas and essays on conditions for women in rural Mexico.
Print copy 150dpi first-last landscape layout, 13.4MB.
Reading copy 150dpi, sequential portrait layout, 13.7MB.