cloud forests are known to have high species-diversity but are fragmented into small patches that increase their vulnerability (Cayuela et al.
They describe him as a figure who lived for 501 years as "a timid fire" in the death of the Indians, whose "step was and was not of [the Chiapan
] lands," who is and is not "seed of [the Chiapan
] soils," who "speaking, [silences] his words" in the mouths of the Indians, and manifests himself in all those involved with the Chiapan
Indians, including the former revolutionary leader Emiliano Zapata.
The name Chiapas comes from Chiapan
, which meals "waters below the mountain.
Zapatista economic and social programs include land redistribution, sharing the export-derived income from Chiapan
resources, the right for peasants to market their products without middlemen, increased rural and urban salaries, accessible health care provision, education, and adequate infrastructure (water, electricity, roads, sewer systems, and communications).
Onesimo Hidalgo of the Chiapan
organization CIEPAC (Center for Ecoonomic and Political Research), reports on these consequences of NAFTA there: "Chiapas once held second place in the production of corn on the national level; today it is sixth.
While ignored in Mexico City, Chiapan
plantation owners frequently make news in Guatemala City for their despotic treatment of workers.
citizens, all of San Francisco, watched a raid by 750 military troops, for example, in the small Chiapan
town of Taniperlas on April 11.
54 percent of the Chiapan
population suffers from malnutrition .
In 1558, Spaniard Pedro Ramirez de Quinones led troops against Chiapan
Indians in what has come to be called the War of the Cakchiqueles.
Therefore, after a brief discussion of the Chiapan
folk son in its regional, national, and middle-American contexts, he passes to the less controversial areas of classical transcriptions and original classical works by Mexican composers.
co-op scheduled an organic inspection for January, and looked forward to its first year as a certified organic producer.
Three-year-old plantations of Caribbean and Chiapan
pines have grown five to 10 feet a year in their new homes.