This photo was taken in Morelia, a Zapatista caracol (which I always liken to a county seat). We're standing in front of the Office for Good Government. The Zapatista leaders were inside discussing how they would answer the questions we brought - all young, mostly women, many of whom speak only their indigenous languages (there were language groups present - so the meeting was quarto-lingual (is that a word?!), with Spanish sometimes serving as the common language). When we met with them after a long wait, we were quite impressed with the way leadership was shared among the group, especially the way women and those with no facility in Spanish were encouraged to take a substantial role in the conversation. There they were, putting their slogan into action right before our delighted eyes: creating a world were all worlds fit. In the UCC we talk (and sometimes even practice!) a good game of multi-culturalism. We could take lessons from the Zapatistas in this!