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Since 2005, over a million Guatemalans have voted against resource extraction projects in their territories. But a bill currently before Guatemalan Congress seeks to co-opt this powerful display of community self-determination.
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Solidarity Update: March 2019

March 28th, 2019|0 Comments

News recap: Survivors Achieve Tentative Victory against Proposed Amnesty Law; ACODET Leaders, Indigenous Authorities Hold Press Conference in Defense of Community Consultations; NISGUA and New Mexico State University Organize Indigenous Environmental Leadership Delegation to Guatemala [...]

Solidarity Update: February 2019

February 28th, 2019|0 Comments

News recap: Join NISGUA- as staff or as an accompanier!; Survivors Respond as Guatemalan Congress Threatens Amnesty; Sign On in Solidarity with Cross-Border Indigenous Organizing for Self-Determination; Plurinational Government, Omaha Nation Hold Summit in Q’anjob’al territory, Huehuetenango; International Mayan League Holds Vigil [...]

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