Autonomous Mayan communities building "a world where many worlds fit." All comunicados are translated into English. Also see Schools for Chiapas (supports community-controlled schools) and Promedios (provides video and other media equipment and training).
An Indigenous Centre for Integral Learning in Chiapas, Mexico, promoting the autonomy of local Indigenous communities by training youth in trade skills and preparing them to return to their communities rather than enter the market. Read an English translation of an interview with general coordinator Dr. Raymundo Sanchez Barraza.
An autonomous alternative university/learning center that that originated from the understanding that the school has been the main instrument of the state to destroy Indigenous populations and cultures. Instead, Unitierra understands learning as an aspect of daily life that can be cultivated and studying as the joyful and autonomous exercise of the free people, with the convivial way of living and the teachings of original cultures as a central subject.
A feminist, anti-colonial lab specializing in monitoring plastic pollution. Check out their lab book for concrete ways to do science differently.
Practices "ethical farming" in collaboration with Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians to balance the needs of humans, animals, plants and nature in a way that honors each part of this interconnected system.
O’odham people whose traditional lands stretch from southern Arizona to northern Mexico who are taking action to resist border militarization and development of the border wall in their sacred lands.
An Indigenous-established, community based and volunteer-run collective dedicated to creatively confronting and overcoming social and environmental injustices by offering access to independent media, the arts, skill building, and alternative education in the occupied territories of Flagstaff and surrounding areas.
A Diné feminist collective with anarchist and communist tendencies in Tséghahoodzaní, Dinétah. Check out their zines on treaty violence and settler sexuality.
A network of radical feminists of color organizing to end state violence and violence in our homes and communities. Check out their resources for organizing, including a community accountability toolkit and analysis of the nonprofit industrial complex.
A national grassroots organization working to abolish the prison industrial complex.
A resource to build from and to incorporate abolitionist demands (and resist harmful reformism) into local organizing efforts around municipal, state, and federal policies. Watch an online teach-in with the authors hosted by Haymarket Books.
A radical volunteer crew of anti-colonial & anti-capitalist Indigenous media makers & agitators that work together on a project by project basis for liberation for Mother Earth and all her beings, providing strategic communications and direct action support for Indigenous communities' sacred lands defense. Read their zine Accomplices not Allies: Abolishing the Ally Industrial Complex and listen to their podcast.
A Detroit-based artist collective supporting the transformation of communities by exploring the connections of complex science and social justice movements through multimedia interactive performance work.
A professor and environmental activist whose work focuses on the problems and possibilities Indigenous peoples face regarding climate change, environmental justice, and food sovereignty.