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by ESPERANZA BELÉN MONJARRET CASTELLÓN 6to E

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Topic: Black and popular indigenous resistence.
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I called stention to the indigenous mass movements in the Americas during the 1960 and 1970 that gave rise to the international indigenous movements in to the United Nations.

At that forum, significant work was donde to develop international law norms for the protection of indigenous communities and nations, in order to found collective right and logous to those established.
In international law by the process of colonization, the outstanding achievement of the United Nations.

Historian Marc Becker, in his invaluable new book, goes deeper in locating the roots of those twentieth century mass movements, focusing on Ecuador.

Sixteen years before Evo Morales, in another Ande an Region, indigenous peoples rose up and paralyzed Ecuador for a week.

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