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Indigenous women, in San Andrés, Chiapas, in 1995. The sign says “Women are not animals; we also have rights and dignities to defend”–demonstrating support for the peace accord between the Mexican government and the Zapatista movement, in which the state for the first time acknowledged the "autonomy" of indigenous peoples and their "right to self-determination." Photograph © Thomas Hoepker and Magnum Photos.
Photograph of indigenous women in Chiapas marching in support for the peace accord between Mexican government and the Zapatista movement
Image:
Indigenous women, in San Andrés, Chiapas, in 1995. The sign says “Women are not animals; we also have rights and dignities to defend”–demonstrating support for the peace accord between the Mexican government and the Zapatista movement, in which the state for the first time acknowledged the "autonomy" of indigenous peoples and their "right to self-determination." Photograph © Thomas Hoepker and Magnum Photos.