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Pages from Abyayala_v10_n1_p16-17.pdf

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Indigenous organizations confront the new challenges in contemporary Brazil the and a brief frame of the actual economic realities by which they are affected are discussed


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An excerpt from a speech given by David Kopenawa Yanomami.

Organizing to Save the Amazon-An Interview with Valerio Grefa, new Coordinator of COICA.pdf
SAIIC interviews Valerio Grefa, who became the new Coordinator of the Coordinating Body of Indigenous Peoples' Organization of the Amazon Basin (COICA).


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The Surui ask for help with security.

Vol. 1, no. 3 (5-6).pdf
Ciseases and the demands of European-style economic enter- prises have reduced the indigenous population to a mere three or four per cent of its original total.

Vol. 1, no. 4 (15-16).pdf
Radio program. "There has been hope in Indian
communities that administrators sympathetic to Indian concerns would be appointed to FUNAI, the government department for Indian affairs."

Vol. 2, no. 1 (11-13).pdf
Sixty leaders of 32 Indian nations met under the auspices of the Union of Indigenous Nations in Goiania, capital of the central state of Goias.

Vol. 2, no. 2 (12-14).pdf
Filmmakers Monti Aguirre and
Glenn Switkes have returned from a
six-month research and filming trip in
Brazil. Their film, Amazonia will
analyze the occupation of the Amazon
Basin, including the fight by Indian
people to protect their lands.

Constitutional Revision Threatens Indigenous Rights.pdf
The 1993 Constitutional revision worries Indigenous groups in Brazil, in regards to demarcation of indigenous reserves and exploitation of natural resources on Indigenous lands.

The Brazilian government continues to ignore crimes against indigenous peoples.

Stopping The Clearing Of Timber From Indigenous Lands.pdf
The Nucleus for Indigenous Rights in Brazil filed a suit to halt logging activities on Indigenous reserves.

Violence Against Indian Peoples in Brazil in 1992.pdf

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An annual 1992 report in Brazil shows that violence and disease are the cause of many indigneous deaths.
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