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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…

Vol.  2, no. 3 (3-4).pdf
Journey to the South, a publication featured in SAIIC Newsletter.

abyayala_v06n01_02_p017.pdf
Conoco Oil withdraws from Huarorani territory, in part from a letter explaining why oil exploitation must be prevented.

A_Neoliberal_State_of_Siege.pdf
On April 18, 1995, a series of strikes organized by indigenous peasants and urban teachers forced the central government of Bolivia to declare a state of siege that has lasted three months. Sociologist Silva Rivera Cusicanqui interprets the reasons…

A_Nineteenth-Century_War_in_the_Amazon.pdf
Conflict between the Ecuadorian and Peruvian border forced indigenous peoples within the disputed territory to fight for opposing sides.

A_Poisoned_Culture_the_Case_of_the_Indigenous_Huichol_Farm_Workers.pdf
Exposure to pesticides is dangerous and potentially deadly to Indigenous migrant workers. The Huichole people, being forced to leave their communities during dry seasons to find employment, suffer from farming practices and toxins.

A_Silent_Strategy_The_Clothes_That_We_Wear.pdf
The Importance of Native Clothing and Patterns

abyayala_v06n01_02_p016.pdf
President Fujimori denies oil tycoon request for land.
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