The contemporary political history of
Native Latin America as whole

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Gaining Ground: The Indigenous Movement in Latin America
From NACLA Report on the Americas, March/April 1996. Indigenous peoples are forging strong national movements that are bringing together local organizations and regional federations. They have mustered more support by building alliances with other progressive sectors both at home and internationally.
Indigenous Women Disappointed with OAS
By Diego Cevallos, IPS, 21 May 1999. Women representatives of 14 Latin American indigenous communities meeting in Mexico said they were disappointed that a draft declaration on native rights remained at a standstill, after more than a decade of debate in the Organisation of American States (OAS).