With their 1994 battle cry, “Ya basta!” ("Enough already!") Mexico’s Zapatista uprising became the spearhead of two convergent movements: Mexico’s movement for indigenous rights and the international movement against corporate globalization.
More than 700 people demonstrated outside San Quentin on Feb. 20, stressing, “Unless all of us are free, we are all imprisoned.” Many protesters had been illegally arrested and imprisoned at Occupy Oakland.
"The government betrayed you, and we, without realising what you had shown us, fell back into the state's game of government corruption and the pretence of a democratic transition. As a result of that forgetfulness, the social fabric of the nation was torn even more," Sicilia told the Zapatistas in Oventic.