• Collection: Vol. 7, Nos. 3&4 (Spanish)
Browse articles (37 total)

Vol. 7, nos. 3&4 (2).pdf
Table of Contents

Vol. 7, nos. 3&4 (3).pdf
An editorial highlighting developments in the indigenous community during the year of 1993.

Vol. 7, nos. 3&4 (4).pdf
For the first time in history, indigenous peoples form part of the United Nations.

Vol. 7, nos. 3&4 (4).pdf
In 1991, 144 Mapuches were taken to court for occupying land that the Chilean government claims they have no right to own. While this case is in progess, Mapuche leader Aucan Huilcaman is denied eligibility to run for congress.

Vol. 7, nos. 3&4 (5).pdf
Victor Hugo Cardenas election as vice-president of Bolivia on June 7, 1993 inspires hope in the indigenous populations.

Vol. 7, nos. 3&4 (5).pdf
Paranapanema Mining Co. has buried five thousand tons of radioactive waste in the Pitinga River Amazon area without consequences from the state governments or FUNAI.

Vol. 7, nos. 3&4 (6).pdf
Brazil has prohibited logging activities in Arawete, Apyterewa, Trinchera Bacaja lands in the Brazilian Amazon.

Vol. 7, nos. 3&4 (6).pdf
Mapuche communities appeal for Argentina to return cultural and human remains discovered in archaeological remains to the Mapuche communties.

Vol. 7, nos. 3&4 (7).pdf
Indigenous communities face violence at the hands of mining companies. Murders under investigation by the Indigenous Advisory Mission.

Vol. 7, nos. 3&4 (7).pdf
On September 16, 1993, the Wichi Ka Puce Hi Cooperative of Argentina initiated a week long hunger strike in protest of the government's Land Commission until President Carlos Menem agreed to meet
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