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Benito Juarez, Chiapas, 2012

Benito Juarez is a small settlement in the Zapatista Autonomous region of Chiapas.  It's pretty remote--it was a four hour ride in a pickup truck and a four hour muddy walk from Las Margaritas.  There's no electricity and people are all subsistence farmers.  The only cash crops are coffee and cacao and those generate only about $500 to $600/year for a family. 



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