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  • Resource Database / Nations Web Sites & Information / Central & South America

    Resources: 51 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    1996 articles on Brazil Decree 1775/96 from NATIVE-L
      America - South
    Following are articles concerning the decree promulgated by the government of Brazil on 8 January 1996 with regard to the demarcation of Indian lands.
    More sites on bioc09.uthscsa.edu
    Articles about the Taino people from NATIVE-L
    Taino America - Central
    Articles about the Taino people from NATIVE-L
    More sites on bioc09.uthscsa.edu
    Asociacion de Cabildos Indigenas del Norte del Cauca (ACIN)
      America - South
    La Asociación de Cabildos Indígenas del Norte el Cauca-ACIN, se ha constituido como entidad de apoyo al proceso de comunitario zonal de organización, conformación de la entidad territorial indígena, consolidación de su autonomía política y jurídica y creación de un sistema propio en educación, salud, manejo de recursos naturales y economía solidaria.
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
      America - South
    All About Buenos Aires, Argentina. Todo Sobre Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Caribbean History Website
    Information on Caribbean History, geared to CXC students (english speaking Caribbean) topics (so far) myths re: "Caribs" and "Arawaks"
    More sites on members.tripod.com
    Centro Cultural Ñañhu Mbithe
    The Mbithe Ñañhu Cultural Center was established to help preserve and promote the culture of the Ñañhu community of San Pablito in Puebla, Mexico. Members have not only held classes in guitar, woodburning, screenprinting, painting for children and other arts, they have been active in the area of community development projects
    More sites on home.earthlink.net
    Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE)
    Quechua America - South
    Since its formation in 1986, CONAIE has led the Indigenous peoples of Ecuador from relative isolation to a position at center stage of Ecuadorian society. CONAIE is the representative body that guarantees Indigenous peoples the political voice that has too long been denied them, and that expresses their needs and goals within a rapidly changing world.
    More sites on conaie.org
    Conferencia Permanente de los Pueblos Indígenas del Peru (COPPIP)
    Quechua America - South
    La COPPIP es un espacio de encuentro y diálogo entre las organizaciones indígenas peruanas de costa, sierra y amazonía que poseen mandato directo emanado de sus comunidades de base, sean campesinas o nativas.
    Conselho Indigenista Missionário (CIMI)
      America - South
    Esta página foi pensada para todos os que acreditam numa sociedade mais justa e solidária. A inauguração deste espaço coincide com o momento em que a entidade comemora 25 anos em defesa da vida dos povos indígenas. Representa a nossa resposta aos permanentes apelos de entidades e pessoas solidárias à causa indígena em todo o mundo que sugeriram ao Cimi disponibilizar sua experiência de trabalho e informações recolhidas ao longo desta caminhada.
    More sites on www.cimi.org.br
    Cultures of the Andes
    Quechua America - South
    Music, Photos, Poems and stories from the Andes mountain region of South America, which includes artists from Perú, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina and Chile; in Spanish and the Quechua indian language.
    A new form of knowing the Traditions of Mexico, videos, music, literature, classes, wardrobe, accessories, events, consultantships, directory of dance ,hospedaje and design of you paginate, 33 years of service
    Ethnic Tourism in the Sierra Tarahumara
    A Comparison of Two Raramuri Ejidos by Amy Elizabeth Anderson, B.A.
    Etnias indígenas de Colombia
      America - South
    Este sitio web busca dar aconocer las características de las diferentes nacionalidades indígenas que existen en Colombia, la realidad que los rodea y sus procesos de participación social y política en búsqueda de su reivindicación como pueblos.
    Federación Ecuatoriana de Indígenas Evangélicos (FEINE)
    Quechua America - South
    La Federación Ecuatoriana de Indígenas Evangélicos, FEINE, es una organización social, no gubernamental, encargada de armonizar el desarrollo integral de las organizaciones, comunidades y pueblos indígenas evangélicos del Ecuador, de manera equitativa y solidaria.
    Garifuna World
    Garifuna America - Central
    Garifuna World
    Guarani Ñanduti Rogue
    Guarani America - South
    Informaciones y materiales sobre la cultura paraguaya de expresión guaraní
    More sites on www.uni-mainz.de
    Guatemala's Peacetime Challenge -- Maya Indians Rediscover Identity While Ladinos lose Theirs
    Maya America - Central
    from Jinn: An online zine from Pacific News Service
    Hach Winik Home Page
    Maya Mexico
    The Lacandons are the indigenous peoples of La Selva Lacandona in Chiapas, Mexico. They refer to themselves as the Hach Winik, meaning True People in their language. Their culture is inseparable from the Lacandon Rainforest where they have lived for hundreds of years. It is sometimes claimed that the Lacandons are the direct decendants of the classical civilizations of Palenque, Yaxchilan and Bonampak.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Hands Around the World
      America - South
    Hands Around the World introduces Native American Indian cultures from Mexico and the Amazon basin. This site is an educational resource for these unique tribes and provides supplementary links.
    Huarochiri, a Peruvian Culture in Time / Huarochiri, una cultura peruana en el tiempo
    Quechua America - South
    Bilingual site with ethnographic information on the Huarochiri region, its unique Quechua literary legacy, and its modern peoples Los Andes, Peru, historia y cutura. Sitio bilingue que incluye datos etnograficos sobre la region huarochirana, su singular patrimonio literario en quechua, y sus pobladores modernos.
    Huichol Indians, their Art and Symbols
    Huichol Mexico
    Indigenous Peoples in Ecuador
    Quechua America - South
    More sites on abyayala.nativeweb.org
    Indios no Brasil
      America - South
    Maya Mexico
    About the Maya - Past and Present
    La Nación Moskitia
    Miskitu America - Central
    La Nación Moskitia
    More sites on www.puebloindio.org
    Mapuches in the Netherlands
    Mapuche America - South
    Noticias relacionadas con el pueblo mapuche coleccionadas por el grupo de mapuches que viven en Holanda.
    Mitología Chilota
    Mapuche America - South
    Mundo Indigena de Nuestra America
      America - South
    Indigenas Paginas web de Pueblos Indigena de America en general, ordenados por pais.
    Mundo Kuna
    Kuna America - Central
    Net Mapu
    Mapuche America - South
    Nuestra misión es aportar a la discusión y conocimiento del Pueblo Mapuche visto desde su propia visión y con ello fortalecer el debate sobre su autonomía como pueblo.
    Otavalo, Ecuador
    Quechua America - South
    Otavalo is located two hours north of Quito in Ecuador's Andean highlands. People from all over the world come to see the famous market, where an abundance of handicrafts can be found. However, unlike other markets, the handicrafts available at Otavalo are not commercialized versions of authentic traditional weaving styles that are found in many other market places. Rather, Otavalenos pride themselves as successful and intelligent business people who have over the years continued to make a livelihood off their craft skills.
    More sites on abyayala.nativeweb.org
    Otavalos OnLine
      America - South
    Otavalos OnLine, la comunidad virtual de los Otavalos. Noticias, fotos, informacion, punto de vista de los Runas y todo lo que tiene que ver con Otavalo, Ecuador
    Pan-Tribal Confederacy of Amerindian Tribal Nations - Economic & Political Affairs website index
    Arawak Caribbean Islands
    The Pan-Tribal Confederacy of Amerindian tribal Nations is not an association, organisation or cultural group. It is the traditional government of the allied Tribal Nations and communities that comprise its political union - much like the Six Nations Confederacy of North America; and unlike any of the other Amerindian entities in the English-Speaking Caribbean or the Amazon basin.
    Parabolicas: A Monthly Publication of Instituto Socioambiental
      America - South
    The Instituto Socioambiental is a civil non-profit institution, established to propose integrated solutions to social and environmental issues. It's objective is to defend social wealth and rights related to the environment, the cultural legacy and human & peoples' rights. Website in Spanish, Portuguese, English.
    Parlamento del Pueblo Aymara
    More sites on www.puebloindio.org
    Pueblos Indígenas de Panamá
    Kuna America - Central
    More sites on abyayala.nativeweb.org
    Quechua Network
    Quechua America - South
    Information on Quechua language and culture with photos, videos, and diccionaries available in Franch, Spanish and English, research studies to provide telecommunication services to the Quechua speaking population of Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile.
    San Pablito, Comunidad Ñañhu
    San Pablito is a Ñañhu (or Otomí) community in the breath-taking Northern Sierra of the state of Puebla in Mexico. This town is best known for the production of Amate paper, a handmade bark paper that was used for recording the Mexica (Aztec) codexes.
    More sites on www.home.earthlink.net
    Saraguro, Province of Loja, Ecuador
    Quechua America - South
    Numbering probably around 22,000, the Saraguros are an ethnically distinctive native people whose "traditional" homeland for the last few hundred years has been centered in the temperate mid-altitude (1800-2800 meters) Andean highlands of southern Ecuador.
    Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Michigan
    Chippewa US - Northeast
    soc.culture.mexican FAQ
    Aztec (Nahua) Mexico
    The Council of Maya Elders Website
    Maya United States
    A page constructed by the Ajq'ijaab' Elders of the Maya Nation. It's main goal is to educate people with Maya teachings including cultural and historical information.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    The Jatibonicu Taino Tribal Nation of Boriken
    Taino Caribbean Islands
    This is the official tribal Government web site of the Jatibonicu Taino Tribal Nation of Puerto Rico. It provides a focal-point for its tribal Government leaders to promote a more possitive image and understanding between other goverments, as it may relates to the present day Taino soceity and its cultural heritage. We the are the very first Native American Indian nation to discovered Christopher Columbus in 1492.
    More sites on www.taino-tribe.org
    The Mapuche Page
    Mapuche America - South
    More sites on www.xs4all.nl
    The Rigoberta Menchú Tum Foundation
    Maya America - Central
    More sites on ourworld.compuserve.com
    The Unofficial Website of the Santa Rosa Carib Community
    Carib Caribbean Islands
    Papers, articles, essays, photo galleries and news concerning the Carib Community of Trinidad and Tobago
    More sites on members.tripod.com
    Todos Santos Cuchumatan
    Maya America - Central
    The municipality of Todos Santos Cuchumatan is located in the department of Huehuetenango in northwestern Guatemala. The vast majority of the approximately 25,000 people living there are Maya who speak a language known as Mam. This website is meant to serve as a means for this community to promote its own civic improvement projects among the international users of the internet.
    More sites on www.stetson.edu
    Toledo Maya Cultural Council
    Maya America - Central
    The Toledo Maya Cultural Council is a Mayan non-profit organization working on behalf of Mayan communities in Belize to secure basic human rights. The TMCC has done very much to help their communties and bring international aattention to their struggle to preserve their Homeland
    Virtual Institute of Caribbean Studies
      America - Central
    Viva el Perú
    Quechua America - South
    Links to information about Peru, and a collection of information on the quechua language.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Yanomami articles from NATIVE-L mailing list archives
    Yanomami America - South
    Listings of NATIVE-L archives from 1991-95.
    More sites on bioc09.uthscsa.edu

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