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Why_We_Abandoned_Our_Guns.pdf
10 reasons why the Armed Movement "Manuel Quintin Lame" abandoned its guns.

abya yala p36.pdf
Indigenous leaders in Colombia have been under attack and subject to disappearances, torture, arbitrary detention, and even murder due to their struggle for rights granted to them in the Constitution.

Volume 3 No. 3.pdf
This issue of the SAIIC Newsletter covers a broad range of topics surrounding the main theme of evangelical proselytizing (conversion) in South and Central America, along with the effects on Indian communities.

Vol. 1, no. 2 (4).pdf
The Venezuelan government continues to deny the right of self-liberation, self-determination, and self-management to the indigenous peoples of Venezuela.

Three_Indian_People_Elected_To_National_Constitutional_Assembly.pdf
Three indians elected the the ANC help give a voice to the 600,000 Indians of Colombia.

abyayala_v10_n1_p10-12.pdf
Eulalia Yagarf Gonzalez. a Chami woman activist in Colombia. was elected as a member of the
regional parliament of Antioquia on March 8. 1992. In this interview she discussesf her life and hardships as an Indian woman activist.

Vol.  2, no. 3 (8).pdf
At present in Colombia there is a climate of war between the government and guerrilla forces. The army has occupied the Cauca region and the air force is continuously bombing.

Vol. 2, no. 1 (8).pdf
Alvaro Vasquez, representative of the Assembly of Zapotec and Chinantec Peoples of the Oaxaca Sierra was in the San Francisco Bay Area to organize an exposition of Zapotec-Chinantec lithographs and to show videos about his people.

Vol. 4, No. 1 (11-12).pdf
Sixty delegates from Indian organizations originating in seven Amazonian countries, met in May of 1988 to hold the third meeting of La Coordinadora to discuss massacres and other political problems plaguing their tribes.
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