Comandante Ramona was an officer of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), a revolutionary indigenous autonomist organization based Chiapas, Mexico. She was perhaps the most famous female Zapatista figure for her role early in the uprising. She served as a symbol of equality and dignity for indigenous and impoverished women.

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An Anarchist Militia Women, Spanish Civil War 1936 - 1939 [323x480]

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"Ay Carmela" is a Republican song, whose lyrics date from the Spanish Civil War. The melody, however, is a folk tune of far greater antiquity, dating back to the early 19th century. "Viva la Quinta Brigada" is a rendition of the song by Chilean folk musician Rolando Alarcón.

Spain. Civil War in Madrid, 1937. Cuatro Caminos militia women

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En enero de 1994, el subcomandante Marcos lideró el levantamiento en Chiapas (México), donde los pueblos indios estaban fuera de la agenda política. El movimiento ha transitado hacia el heroísmo de la vida diaria

1994 Zapatista. great composition on this photo

The first teachers, the first leaders, the first guardians and the first revolutionaries.

WWII Italian anarchists armed and organized to resist Mussolini’s fascists and occupying Nazi forces. #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

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