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Vol. 6, No. 3.pdf
This issue of volume 6 covers a broad set of topics from health concerns, land disputes, and meetings between indigenous groups, just to name a few. It discusses these issues in the context of several Central/South American regions.

Vol. 5, Nos. 3 _ 4 (4).pdf
On August 15th, 1990, hundreds of Indian people left the Bolivian Amazon and marched to the Bolivian capital of La Paz. Picking up more participants along the way, they reached almost a quarter of a million people by the time they arrived. Theseā€¦

Vol. 5, Nos. 3 _ 4 (5).pdf
The contributors of the SAIIC Newsletter use their platform to call readers and supporters to action for the Siriono People in Trinidad who were fighting a group of cattle ranchers for their land.

Vol. 4, No. 1 (11-12).pdf
Sixty delegates from Indian organizations originating in seven Amazonian countries, met in May of 1988 to hold the third meeting of La Coordinadora to discuss massacres and other political problems plaguing their tribes.

Vol. 3, no. 1 (8).pdf
This document is an interview with the Huarayo leader, Jose Urinari, published in Boletin del Campesino Indigena del Oriente.

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

Vol. 2, no. 1 (10).pdf
Peru, Bolivia, and a Quote from "From Conquest to Counterinsurgency"

Vol. 1, no. 4 (10-11).pdf
"Bolvian President H. Siles Suazo has indicated that national elections will be called during the coming year.

Vol. 1, no. 3 (8).pdf
Indian organizations in South America mourn the death of Zenobia Ayala, who was a founding member and active participant in MITKA-1.
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