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Vol. 1, no. 3 (7).pdf
The violence in Peru continues to escalate, and Indian people, along with many others, suffer...

Vol. 1, no. 4 (7-8).pdf
Peruvian Indians are in the midst of a major crisis that is reason for renewed solidarity with their struggle against ethnocidal forces.

Vol. 2, no. 2 (10).pdf
Voz Indigena is published by AIDESEP and emphasizes current information regarding the jungle regions of Peru. The most recent issue includes articles on the following topics:

Vol. 2, no. 1 (10).pdf
Peru, Bolivia, and a Quote from "From Conquest to Counterinsurgency"

Peruvian_indian_communities_file_suit.pdf
Peruvian indigenous communities file suit against Texaco, claiming that Texaco's operations caused severe environmental damage in their region.

Radio_Waves_For_Women.pdf
"Mujeres Aymaras y Comunicacion" organized a meeting of women in Peru and Bolivia who produce radio programs for women about issues that women and especially indigenous women face.

Vol.  2, no. 3 (10).pdf
CISA, the South American Indian Council whose office is in Lima, has sent SAIIC news of allegations of a massacre involving an Indian community of 3,000 people in a remote area of northern Ayacucho province.

The_Ashaninka_Massacre.pdf
A Peruvian Ashaninka village, Mazamari, was attacked on August 18-19, 1993 by 150 Sendero guerrillas. 87 villagers were murdered.

The_New_Peruvian_Constitution_And_Indigenous_Communities.pdf
Peru's old 1933 constitution protected indigenous lands rights and the new constitution threatens to indigenous rights by opening up territories to confiscation by other parties, agricultural development, and possible ecological damage
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