• Collection: Vol. 11, No. 1 (1998) (Spanish)

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Tourism is negatively affecting indigenous communities in Argentina. Venezuela has yet to ratify Convention 169.

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Logging has stopped on Nicaragua's Atlantic Coast

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Radio and video programs and public service announcement.

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Berita KuwarU'wa has worked for much of his life fighting for the protection and rights of the U'wa people.

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Bolivia will host the Women and Mining Conference, an international meeting that seeks to address the negative effects of mining on communities, in 2000.

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Indigenous communities, non-governmental agencies, and native leaders unite to confront the Bolivian logging company Berna.

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A reflection on the movement in Chiapas and what it meant to indigenous groups across the world.

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The contents of the issue.

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Debra Harry is a Northern Paiute who has spent the last twenty years working to protect the rights and resources of Native Americans.

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A message from the editor describing the dangers of over-exploiting resources and not taking measures to protect the earth.

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Panamanian mining operations threaten to poison and destroy native land.

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How the theme of colonial greed for gold has led to the massacre, terrorization, and oppression of Native Americans and the destruction of their land from first contact to today.
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