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Vol. 5, nos. 2&3 (6-7).pdf
2 & 3
A Quichua man, Juan Sanchez Pena, gives an interview where he discloses that before oil excavation in their land, animals were abundant, food was easily accessible, rivers weren't polluted. But now, the CGG oil company of France is driving away all…

A_Cultural_Exchange_Quichua_Potters_From_Ecuador_Visit.pdf
Quichua female elders visit several cities in the United States with the help of the Quichua Potter's Cultural Exchange tour organized by OPIP (Organization of Indigenous Peoples of Pastaza). This is part of an effort to expand alternate trade…

abyayala_v10_n1_p22-24.pdf
Jose Marfa Cabascango is a Quichua activist of the Pijal Community. Jose Marfa Cabascango, an activist since the 70's, reached a position of prominence in CONAIE (Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador). In this interview. he reflects…

Vol. 2, no. 1 (8-9).pdf
Ecuador, along with Bolivia and Peru, is one of the countries in South America with the highest Indian population.

Vol. 6, No. 3 (4-7).pdf
Members of the Quichua, Shiwiar, Zaparo, and Achuar Tribes of Ecuador marched in April of 1992 to demand control of the largest remaining Amazon rainforest lands.
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