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Vol.  2, no. 3 (6-7).pdf
Angela Russell (Crow from Billings, Montana)
traveled to Central America with a group
of North American Indians in the spring of
1985 on a trip sponsored by the American
Friends Service Committee. Following are some
of her thoughts on her…

Vol. 2, no. 1 (17-18).pdf
A group of people working in film, video, and photography has meeting monthly in the San Francisco Bay Area. Indigenous concerns are a major focus of the group.

Vol. 1, no. 4 (2-4).pdf
Representatives of the Nicaraguan government and of the Miskitu Misurasata organization met to find peaceful resolutions to the conflict between them.

Vol. 1, no. 3 (8).pdf
Indian organizations in South America mourn the death of Zenobia Ayala, who was a founding member and active participant in MITKA-1.

Vol. 1, no. 2 (3).pdf
The following interview was taped by Nilo Cayuqueo at the WCIP Conference. It represents one of the many indigenous women's voices treard to speak out regarding the continuing repression and genocide in Guatemala.

Vol. 1, no. 2 (3-4).pdf
Representatives of the Miskito organization, MISATAN, founded in July, 1984, were in attendance at the WCIP conference. The representatives invited the conference parti- cipants to visit Nicaragua, Honduras, and Costa Rica in order to gain a clear…

Nicaragua_recontras_massacre_miskitus.pdf
At least 20 Miskitu Indians were killed in Nicaragua by a group of recontras most likely looking for boots and food

-abyayala_v10_n1_p37.pdf
Dr. Mlrna Cunningham, director of the new university URACCAN, began her address inaugurating a degree course in Indigenous rights. The new post-secondary educational institution in Nicaragua is dedicated to take the forefront of the struggle to…

abyayala_v06n01_02_p027.pdf
In an shady deal, a timber company is sold to Taiwan.

abyayala_v06n01_02_p028.pdf

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Letter from Sumo leaders to Conservation International.

Nicaragua's_Atlantic_Coast_Update-_Logging_Stopped (1).pdf
Logging which has been damaging to Indigenous communities of the North Atlantic Atonomous Zone has ceased, leading to greater control of there constitutional right to their lands.
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