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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. 6, No. 3 (4-7).pdf
Members of the Quichua, Shiwiar, Zaparo, and Achuar Tribes of Ecuador marched in April of 1992 to demand control of the largest remaining Amazon rainforest lands.

vol. 6, No. 3 (8).pdf
This article explains what the Sacha Yachana Research Center (CISAY) is, along with their goals, an explanation of their criteria for selecting candidates for their scientific team, and some information regarding the Organization of Indigenous…

Volume 3 No. 3.pdf
This issue of the SAIIC Newsletter covers a broad range of topics surrounding the main theme of evangelical proselytizing (conversion) in South and Central America, along with the effects on Indian communities.

Vol. 3, No. 3 (2-3).pdf
Christian missionaries have been attempting to convert Indians in different regions to their religion. One of the biggest proselytizing organizations involved is the Summer Institute of Linguistics, often referred to in this issue as the SIL.

Vol. 3, No. 3 (4-5).pdf
There are about 300 different religious sects in Ecuador. These sects provide education and control the the level of Indian community unity and organizing.

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.
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