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  • Collection: Vol. 2, No. 3 (Spring 1986)

Vol.  2, no. 3 (2).pdf
This issue of the SAIIC Newsletter is dedicated to Juana Aliaga (cover) and her Sisters of this hemisphere.

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

Vol.  2, no. 3 (4-5).pdf
An articular on the Inauguration day in Guatemala.

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. 3 (7-8).pdf
Inspired by Manuel Quintin Lame, an
Indian leader who was killed at the turn of the
century for defending Indian land, CRIC
began to take back land and stop paying rent.

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. 3 (9).pdf
SAIIC recently received the following press releases from the Confederation of Indian Nations in the Ecuadorian Amazon.

Vol.  2, no. 3 (10).pdf
According to a bulletin called Veneno para el desayuno (Poison for Breakfast) from the coordinator of community health teams and Abya-yala Editions of Quito, Ecuador uses 23 pesticides, including ten that are banned in most of the world.

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.

Vol.  2, no. 3 (11).pdf
The following comments by Luciano Tapia, 62, a founder of the Tupak Katari Indian Movement (MITKA) and a member of the Bolivian parliament from 1982 to 1985, appeared in the February issue of Boletln Chitakolla
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