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   * **[[:chronology:xxi:2009:america|2009]]** CMP launches Fair Food Across Borders, a bi-national advocacy project using video to campaign against human rights abuses faced by migrant farm workers, often from Chiapas and Guerrero, who harvest many of the fruits and vegetables grown in Mexico by transnational corporations and consumed in the United States and Canada((source: http://www.nativenetworks.si.edu/eng/rose/halkin_a.html)).    * **[[:chronology:xxi:2009:america|2009]]** CMP launches Fair Food Across Borders, a bi-national advocacy project using video to campaign against human rights abuses faced by migrant farm workers, often from Chiapas and Guerrero, who harvest many of the fruits and vegetables grown in Mexico by transnational corporations and consumed in the United States and Canada((source: http://www.nativenetworks.si.edu/eng/rose/halkin_a.html)). 
   * **[[:chronology:xxi:2006|May 25th-June 29th, 2006]]** : tour in France to present 5 short movies   * **[[:chronology:xxi:2006|May 25th-June 29th, 2006]]** : tour in France to present 5 short movies
- +  * **[[:chronology:xxi:2002:america|2002]]**: CMP/Promedios produces //Reclaiming Justice//, which tells the story of the Indigenous Community Police (ICP) of Guerrero and was made to counter the state and federal misinformation campaigns against the ICP and to tell their incredible success story in significantly cutting down crime in their regions. 
 +  * **[[:chronology:xxi:2001:america|2001]]**: in summer, the CMP/ Promedios begins video workshops in the Montaña region where most of Guerrero’s indigenous communities are located. These workshops are organized through the Tlachinollan Human Rights Center of the Montaña, in Tlapa, Guerrero. CMP/Promedios then begins working with the Indigenous Community Police (ICP) based in the montaña and costa-chica regions. 
 +  * **[[:chronology:xxi:2001:america|february, 2001]]**: Crisanto Manzano Avella, an indigenous video producer, and his family.with an important international influence in indigenous video, suffers threats and aggressions by the caciques of his village, Tanetze de Zaragoza, Oaxaca, Mexico ((Salzman, George, University of Massachusetts at Boston,  Abril 2007 “El Proyecto de Medios de Comunicacion en Chiapas y Crisanto”)). 
 +  * **[[:chronology:xxi:2000:america|April 14, 2000]]** : the Chiapas Media Project wins the "Eagle Award" from TAOS Talking Pictures, "an organization dedicated to encouraging the thoughtful production and informed consumption of mass media [...] The Eagle Award recognizes the achievement of an individual of organization in creating a healthier, more vibrant media environment" 
 +  * **[[:chronology:xxi:2000:america|2000]]**: The CMP/Promedios began working in Guerrero with the Organization of Campesino Environmentalists (Asociación  de Campesinos Medioambientalistas de la Sierra de Petatlán) 
 +  * **[[:chronology:xx:1998:america|1998]]** : the Chiapas Media Project launched with its first workshops : 40 video cameras are distributed to 37 communities. The zapatist communities based in the State of Chiapas suffer repression by para-military groups, like during the massacre of Acteal in December, 1997. In february 1998, Tom Hanse, co-founder of the CMP/Promedios is arrested and expulsed by the Mexican authorities, while providing video equipment to Ejido Morelia, with the pretext of intrusion into the internal political affairs ((HALKIN, 2006)) 
 +  * **1997** Several leaders from the indigenous communities in Chiapas are consulted about the accuracy of the project according to their needs 
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 +=====Links with other alternative media===== 
 +  * In Chiapas, the CMP is working with **[[:map:americas:mexico:indymedia_chiapas|Indymedia Chiapas]]** 
 +  * In Mexico, the CMP is a partner of **[[:map:americas:mexico:laneta|LaNeta]]** 
 +  * In Latin America, the CMP is a partner of the **[[:map:americas:american_continent:ilce|Latinoamerican Institute of Educative Communication (Instituto Latinoamericano de Comunicación Educativa - ILCE)]]** 
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 +=====Bibliography===== 
 +  * ANDING, Kristina, "Chiapas Media Project puts video cameras—and power—into the hands of Mexico's indigenous people", Jul. 1, 2003, //Digital Content Producer//, **[[http://digitalcontentproducer.com/mag/video_videos_resistance|Available online]]** 
 +  * GUMUCIO-DAGRON, Alfonso (2001), "Projet de moyens de communication du Chiapas", in //[[:bibliography:ams_alphabetic_order:g|Ondes de choc. Histoires de communication participative pour le changement social]]//, The Rockefeller Foundation, pp. 299-304.  
 +  * HALKIN, Alexandra (2009), "Outside the Indigenous Lens: Zapatistas and Autonomous Video-Making", //ICT for Development//, June 15, **[[http://www.comminit.com/en/node/296049/307|Available online]]** 
 +  * New Critical Theory: Essays on Liberation By William S. Wilkerson, Jeffrey Paris Published 2001 Rowman & Littlefield ISBN 0742512789 
 +  * Basta!: land and the Zapatista rebellion in Chiapas By George Allen Collier, Elizabeth Lowery Quaratiello. Published 2005 Food First Books ISBN 0935028978 
 +  * Women of Chiapas: Making History in Times of Struggle and Hope by Christine Eber (Editor), Christine Kovic (Editor) Routledge; 1 edition (August 22, 2003) ISBN-10: 0415945577 ISBN-13: 978-0415945578 
 +  * Las Abejas: Pacifist Resistance and Syncretic Identities in a Globalizing Chiapas (Outstanding Dissertations on Religion in History, Society, and Culture, 1) by Marco Tavanti Routledge; 1 edition (December 20, 2002) ISBN-10: 0415942152 ISBN-13: 978-0415942157 
 +  * Video for Change: A Guide for Advocacy and Activism by Sam Gregory, Gillian Caldwell, Ronit Avni, and Thomas Harding, Pluto Press (September 26, 2005) ISBN-10: 0745324126 ISBN-13: 978-0745324128 
 +  * Biz-War and the Out-of-Power Elite: The Progressive-Left Attack on the Corporation by Jarol B. Manheim, Lawrence Erlbaum; 1 edition (March 25, 2004) ISBN-10: 0805850686 ISBN-13: 978-0805850680 
 +  * Ethnomusicology: A Contemporary Reader by Jennifer C. Post Routledge; 1 edition (November 8, 2005) ISBN-10: 0415972035 ISBN-13: 978-0415972031 
 +  * Unexpected Harvest: A Faith Journey in Four Seasons by Margery Leach Trafford Publishing; 170 edition (July 6, 2006) ISBN-10: 1553690915 ISBN-13: 978-1553690917 
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