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Let us fight the perverse, wicked Carranza, who is a tormentor of us all. We beg that to whose hand this manifesto approaches that they will pass it to all the men of these towns. In this manner we will be one, pressed closely against one flag. To the chiefs, officers, and soldiers of the Arenas Division.

This page was last edited on 9 Julyat Tlaltizapan, Morelos, April 27, The Commander-in-Chief of the Liberation Army, Emiliano Zapata The other manifesto, dated the same day, was addressed to the people in general who lived in the region “where chief Arenas had fought.


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Here is the people who keep strong and confront the great possessors of lands -Christians [i. It is now more than ever necessary that we all, with our heart and courage, achieve this great work, following those who began the uprising, who preserve in their souls the true aims and have faith in a pure life. Collection delivery service resumes on Wednesday 2 January After several years of fighting, and already suffering from a decimated army, Zapata tried to regain his forces by issuing two manifestos in Nahuatl on April 27, Now, that which had to happen today or tomorrow: All those who will follow it, who will fight at our side, will enjoy a righteous and good life.

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The first manifesto reads as follows: Let us perform our work of revolutionaries and know our duties toward our revered mother the [ancestral] land.

Our great war will not come to an end, will not conclude until that obscure tyrant, envious, who mocks the people, makes their faces turn around, is defeated. Find More Posts by Cynical. This article about a translator from Mexico is a stub. In the s she served as a linguistic informant to linguists working to document the Nahuatl language. These manifestos are the last extant examples of public documents in Nahuatl in which, once again, the images of the vanquished and of those who abuse power are vividly depicted.

Our work of determined revolutionary, and we know our duties toward our revered mother the land to invite you to this army’s command.

Find More Posts by tecpaocelotl. However, the mere idea of an Indian uprising caused such alarm among the elite that a prominent conservative congressman, Jose Maria Lozano, warned his fellow partisans of Zapata’s successes and threat in these terms: They wanted to hurt you, they will not you, they want to get rid of you. Those who make fun of us and all those that put in mourning and engendered the Carrancismo; we with all our heart, know how to forget the old envy.

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That is why I express this word. If we work for our unity, we will fulfill the great mandate, the principles of land, liberty, justice; that we comply. When he and his men entered Milpa Alta we could understand what they said. He is not alone We will contact you if necessary. What we all suspected, has already occurred. From within you can help those without. In her old age she told her life’s story to anthropologist Fernando Horcasitas who published it with the title “Life and Death in Milpa Alta”.

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She also worked as a model for artist Diego Rivera and her portrait can be seen in at least three of his murals, one of them the famous Tlatelolco market scene. Thus our unified hearts will excel. As a young woman she witnessed the Mexican Revolutionand was present when Emiliano Zapata and his revolutionary army entered Milpa Alta in Further information on the Library’s opening hours is available at: Countless people follow him To turn the face against the not good ruler, honors you, erases the memory of your past deception.

In this manner we will unite as one, pressed closely against one flag. In the other he repeated the call to the people living in the nearby villages. The time now is What we all suspected has already occurred.

Los manifiestos en náhuatl de Emiliano Zapata

Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. Let us fight the perverse, the evil man Carranza, who is a tormentor of us all.

They wanted to hurt you, dishonor you, get rid of you. Vision de los vencidos: We will not rest until we come to possess our lands, those that belonged nahustl our grandfathers, and which the greedy-handed thieves took from us He was the first great man who spoke to us in Nahuatl Details Collect From