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State_Frontiers_and_Indian_Nations.pdf
Indigenous peoples consider the colonial and state borders as artificial barriers to their indigenous nations. The best way to maintain unity to fight state oppression is reinforce the right of consent by indigenous peoples.

La_Pachamama-Artful_Resistance.pdf
An appeal for support from local Indians and their art as a way to preserve a dying culture.

Wichi_Hunger_Strike_For_Land_Rights.pdf
On September 16, 1993, the Wichi Ka Puce Hi Cooperative of Argentina initiated a week long hunger strike in protest of the government's Land Commission until President Carlos Menem agreed to meet.

Wichi.pdf
The Wichi people of Argentina are under constant threat of land takeover, thus instituting cultural upheaval. This article depicts the organizing of the Wichi, in their attempt to secure their land and culture.

El_Paso_Issues_Plea_For_Assistance.pdf
The small village of El Paso of the Calchaqui community suffers from water shortage.

Calchaqui-Indians_Unite_Amidst_Struggle_And_Confrontation.pdf
The Calchaqui Indians are threatened because their land is being taken by corporations and the Argentinian government.

International Congress on Indigenous Languages.pdf
This article announces the V International Academic Congress on Indigenous Languages to take place September 1993 in Jujuy-Argentina. The Institute's purpose is to make indigenous peoples aware of their cultural roots and take pride in their…

Pachamama Day and the Kolla People of Argentina.pdf
The Cultural Center "1st of August" serves as the spiritual and social backbone of the Kolla people of Argentina. The Center was born to honor the Pachamama (Mother Earth).

abyayala_v10_n1_p33.pdf
Armed men from the Body of Park Wardens of the
Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of the Government of Misiones entered the Mby'a Guarani
community of Namandu-Arroyo Azul and destroyed its dwellings and nearb fields with no known motive.

Vol. 1, no. 2 (7).pdf
Although the economic crisis continues, a rebirth of Indian organizations and the struggle for the rights of the more than one million Indians who now live in Argentina
has begun.

Vol. 1, no. 3 (1-3).pdf
Nilo Cayuqueo, Coordinator of SAIIC, has just returned from a trip to. South America, where he intended to visit Indian communities in Argentina and Chile. Due to an unexpected wait in Argentina to renew his passport, the latter part of the trip had…

Vol. 2, no. 2 (15).pdf
Indian people in Argentina have faced a government campaign of annihilation and the destruction of their culture.
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