TEMUCO, CHILE -- Sixteen indigenous Mapuche
activists and supporters in June found themselves on trial in Chile facing controversial charges of "illicit terrorist association" based on their involvement in the struggle for repossession of Mapuche
As we walk through her garden, shaded by a large wisteria vine, Ulloa tells me that this tradition of pottery making originated in the region's Mapuche
Indian leaders are scheduled to go on trial in Chile soon.
Proceeds will help them trek through the forests and mountains of Argentina this summer and take part in a community project with the native Mapuche
Indians in an expedition organised by Camre Cymru.
So, don't be surprised if Buck finds Mapuche
Indians in Australia.
poet Elicura Chihauilaf of the Universidad Mayor in Temuco, Chile, gives a bilingual poetry reading.
Other highlights of the conference included a trade show and networking mixer, featuring CANDO international guest conference delegate from Chile, Franciso Painepaen of the Empresarios Mapuche
Cecilia Vicuna's stirring introduction sets the tone to perceive the Mapuche
renaissance of ul, or song, in what follows.
Land disputes -- Mapuche
Indians in southern Chile pressing for indigenous land rights through peaceful occupation of lands that were previously Mapuche
were fined and jailed in January 1994 for 1993 "occupations.
Natrol([R]) MaquiBerry -- The Maqui (pronounced "Mah-kee") plant, indigenous to the Patagonia region of Chile and Argentina, bears a deep-colored berry that has been consumed for centuries by the Mapuche
Indians for its health benefits.
SANTIAGO, Chile -- A Mapuche
Indian leader who became the face of Chile's environmental movement was found floating in a reservoir she spent a decade trying to prevent from being created.
made the same demands on Pinera's post-dictatorship predecessors (NotiSur, Nov.