The institution has pioneered the rural installation of Smart ATMs, which have a multimedia system and can communicate with users in three local languages (Quechua, Aymara
, and Guarani), Spanish, and English.
What the corn is to the Haudenosaunee, the manoomin, or wild rice, is to the Anishnaabe and the potato (for which there are countless names) is to the Quechua and Aymara
leucoptera, dove Metriopelia aymara
, owl Asio flammeus, and trogon Trogon personatus) were not recorded during rigorous bird surveys at Chiripa and elsewhere on the Taraco Peninsula in June-July 1996.
The workers sang in the Aymara
language and performed native dances during a colorful celebration.
Bolivian President Evo Morales, an Aymara
Indian known for anti-imperialist and socialist rhetoric, will greet Francis at the airport and join him for a speech to local officials and diplomats before the pontiff goes to the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz.
Descendants of the Inka are alive today, and millions of people still speak the traditional languages of Quechua and Aymara
Years ago, I had the privilege of living among the Aymara
people of Peru.
The language barrier hindered the teaching of complex religious principles and no official translation of the catechism appeared in Quechua or Aymara
159) While everyone acknowledges that profound transformations are exceedingly difficult, labor leaders such as the late activist Domitila Barrios de Chungara and Aymara
leaders such as Felipe Quispe question whether the government is even attempting to engage in fundamental structural changes that would move the country away from the logic of neoliberalism.
It's most probably an indigenous Aymara
who walked on this soil eight centuries previously, he casually tells me, just one of "many mummies you can find here".
The case claimed that the Government Health Service sterilised 300,000 women and 22,000 men, all poor, indigenous, Quechua-speaking and Aymara
people, without their consent.
This pair of observations prompts a question that may take us to the heart of a critical transformation that occurred in the evolution from Wari to Inka cord-keeping: to what degree were the principal languages spoken by the peoples who most likely were the inventors, producers and users of these devices--Quechua, Aymara
and Puquina--based on decimal (as opposed to, for example, base five) numeration?