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Chile.pdf
This article depicts the efforts of the indigenous peoples as they protest the building of the Chilean Dam Project.

Vol.  2, no. 3 (11-12).pdf
Peggy Lowry, a member of the SAIIC Committee, recently returned from a trip to Chile, where she had the opportunity to visit several Mapuche communities and organizations. In the following comments she talks about what she learned.

Interview_With_SAIC_Margarita_Marta_Calfio_Montalva.pdf

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Margarita Marta Calfio Montalvo works closely with Mapuche youth in Temuco, Chile. She discusses urban cultures affects on Mapuche youth, her hopes for the future of the Mapuche youth, and challenges she faces as a women in the field of medicine.

Mapuche_at_Summit_of_the_Americas.pdf
After the announcement of Chile's entry into the North American Free Trade Agreement, indigenous groups speak out against the potential economic and territorial consequences of the agreement for indigenous communities.

Vol. 2, no. 4 (5).pdf
In June of 1986, three major Mapuche organizations, including Centros Culturales Mapuches, AD-Mapu, and Nehuen Mapu, gathered and compiled a list of goals.

Vol. 3, No. 3 (7-8).pdf
Two Mapuche communities occupied approximately 940 acres in Puren. This land was ancestral and the groups, the Loncoyan Grande and the Pichihueico, felt that they were entitled to the land. These groups were non-violently removed by the police at the…

Vol. 3, No. 3 (7).pdf
This article features a letter written by the Mapuche Indians to Pope John Paul II presenting their views.

Vol. 2, no. 4 (4).pdf
In June of 1985, the United States Secretary of Defense announced, in conjunction with the regime of Augusto Pinochet that they would be putting an aerospace station on Rapa Nui, also known as Easter Island. The people of Rapa Nui took to writing…

Snow_Prevents_Eviction_By_Lumber_Company.pdf
Snow prevents Indian land from being seized long enough for the land to become a national park.

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.

Urgent Action-Chilean Government Must Overturn The Convictions.pdf
SAIIC organizes a campiagn to demand the Chilean government to end its persecution of the Mapuche people.
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