• Collection: Vol. 8, Nos. 1&2 (Julio-Septiembre 1994) (Spanish)

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (14).pdf
Answering the call for nation-wide mobilization in Mexico following the Zapatista uprising, the State Indigenous and Campesino Council of Chiapas (CEOIC) marched to and occupied the public plaza in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas demanding territory,…

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (14-15).pdf
SAIIC spoke with founding member of the State Indigenous and Campesino Council of Chiapas about the government's reaction, including detainment and torture, to the organization's peace and rights demands. He also speaks of the state of indigenous…

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (16-17).pdf
The EZLN list of demands for Political Change, Regional Demands, Women's Projects, and an end to discrimination and repression

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (18-21).pdf
The messenger of the Consejo de Todas las Tierras (All Lands Council) praises the Zapatistas while pointing out there is more to be done. In the interview, Huilcaman discusses autonomy, territory, indigenous rights, leadership, agrarian reform, and…

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (22).pdf
Indigenous leaders from Nicaragua, Panama, and Canada give their thoughts on the Zapatista uprising and how it plays into a larger indigenous movement across the continent.

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (23-25).pdf
The second meeting of CONIC, a pan-Indigenous organization, laid a declaration that detailed the goals of the organization.

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (26-29).pdf
The recent collection of indigenous DNA through the Human Genome Project has left indigenous communities susceptible to being used as a commercial tool with the rise of increasing biotechnology.

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (30-31).pdf
The Colombian constitution granted all indigenous territories legal status as “Territorial
Entities" within the republic. The Indigenous movement's triumph during the constitutional
convention is particularly important since it makes Colombia the…

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (32-34).pdf
Indigenous people of Mato Grosso do Sul face expulsion from their lands as ranchers supported by the government claim the land. Though the territories have been demarcated for the indigenous groups, they are still at risk of being taken away due to…

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (35-36).pdf
A proposed Pan-American Highway from Colombia to Panama would destroy important ecosystems and cut through lands of up to five indigenous communities as well as non-native communities. The Indigenous Pan-American Commission speaks up against the…

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (36).pdf
Indigenous groups speak up about the building of the Pan-American Highway and released a declaration laying out their demands.

Vol. 8, nos. 1&2 (37).pdf
Concessions to oil companies threaten the health of the Amazon.
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