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Collection: Vol. 11, No. 1 (1998) (Spanish)
Una Cultura Envenenada: El Caso de los Campesinos Indigenas Huichol
A case study of dangerous work conditions for Native Americans that focuses on Huichol farmers and the pesticides that they work with.
El Fantasma Del Proyecto Minero Cerro Colorado
Panamanian mining operations threaten to poison and destroy native land.
Berita KuwarU'wa has worked for much of his life fighting for the protection and rights of the U'wa people.
Debra Harry is a Northern Paiute who has spent the last twenty years working to protect the rights and resources of Native Americans.
La Sobrevivencia de los Urarina
The Urarina, an Amazonian group, have been threatened by an influx of diseases and an invasion of their land by oil companies aided by the SIL.
Racismo Ambiental: La Industria Nuclear de los Estados Unidos y El Pueblo Nativo Americano
Native American lands in the United States have been disproportionately used for uranium mining operations, nuclear weapons testing, and nuclear dumping, leaving many Native lands dangerously radioactive.
Entrevista con la Dra. Leticia Dianna Viteri Gualinga
Dr. Leticia Dianna Viteri Gualinga talks about the negative effects that resource exploitation has on indigenous communities.
Bolivia, pais Minero, Sede de la Conferencia Internacional de Mujeres Mineras del ano 2000
Bolivia will host the Women and Mining Conference, an international meeting that seeks to address the negative effects of mining on communities, in 2000.
Bolivia: Defendiendo el Bosque
Indigenous communities, non-governmental agencies, and native leaders unite to confront the Bolivian logging company Berna.
Entrevista con Melquiades Rosas Blanco: Secretario General, Centro por los Estudios de Derechos Indigenas
Melquiades Rosas Blanco talks about working for indigenous rights.
O Xavante da Serra do Roncador
The Xavantes have had a long history of isolation and have preserved a unique identity and way of life regardless of their recent and continually intensifying contact with the globalizing world.
Entrevista con Alberto Andrango: La Educacion Intercultural Bilingue en el Ecuador
Alberto Andrango talks about establishing bilingual studies focusing on indigenous groups in Ecuador.