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Collection: Vol. 11, No. 1 (1998) (Spanish)
Vol. 11, no. 1 (1998) "Ecojusticia y Salud: Pueblos Indigenas Defeniendo Muestra Madre Tierra"
Stories focusing on Native Americans defending their homes in the hope of preserving ecojustice and health.
The front page of the issue.
The contents of the issue.
A message from the editor describing the dangers of over-exploiting resources and not taking measures to protect the earth.
Alto a Las Concesiones Madereras en la Costa Atlantica de Nicaragua
Logging has stopped on Nicaragua's Atlantic Coast
La Convencione 169 de la OIT
The Ecuadorian government ratified the 169 Convention on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples. Honduran natives protest violations of the convention.
Los Territorios de los U'wa Siguen Amenazados
U'wa territory is threatened.
Masacres Paramilitares en Pueblos Indigenas Colombianos
Colombian natives are killed by paramilitary forces.
Mapuche communities move to regain land lost to logging companies.
Lideres Indigenas Asesinados
Native leaders across South America have been assassinated.
A reflection on the movement in Chiapas and what it meant to indigenous groups across the world.
El Oro, la Avaricia y el Genocidio en las Americas: Desde California hasta La Amazonia
How the theme of colonial greed for gold has led to the massacre, terrorization, and oppression of Native Americans and the destruction of their land from first contact to today.