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Indigenous Struggles 2013

Indigenous Struggles 2013

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Published by John Schertow
Indigenous Struggles 2013 is a comprehensive annual briefing that will introduce you to some of the most pivotal moments in 2013 concerning the world's Indigenous Peoples.

Overall, there are some 450 dispatches contained in this year’s volume, guiding you through everything from the Ainu’s trip to Aotearoa to learn from the Maori; to the Oceti Sakowin’s decision to meet after 100 years of silence; to the Munduruku’s declaration of war against the Brazilian government.

A free publication by IC Magazine, http://intercontinentalcry.org
Indigenous Struggles 2013 is a comprehensive annual briefing that will introduce you to some of the most pivotal moments in 2013 concerning the world's Indigenous Peoples.

Overall, there are some 450 dispatches contained in this year’s volume, guiding you through everything from the Ainu’s trip to Aotearoa to learn from the Maori; to the Oceti Sakowin’s decision to meet after 100 years of silence; to the Munduruku’s declaration of war against the Brazilian government.

A free publication by IC Magazine, http://intercontinentalcry.org

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Published by: John Schertow on Apr 03, 2014
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DISPATCHES FROM THE FOURTH WORLD
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INDIGENOUS STRUGGLES 2013
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DEAR READER,
I would like to welcome you to the second volume of IC Magazine’s annual publication,
Indigenous Struggles: Dispatches From The Fourth World 
.As with its predecessor,
Indigenous Struggles 2013
 is a comprehensive annual briefing that will introduce you to some of the most pivotal moments in 2013 concerning the Indigenous Peoples movement. Overall, there are some 450 dispatches contained in this year’s volume, which have been distributed across 12 monthly chapters so that you can more readily observe the progression of events as they unfolded throughout the year.That said,
Indigenous Struggles 2013
 is pretty far from being a complete archival record. Such a document would be thousands of pages long and I don’t think we need something so extensive. It’s far more important that we’re aware of all the essentials: the protests, the blockades, the land reclamations, and the many inspiring acts of Indigenous resurgence; in addition to the full spectrum of abuses that Indigenous Peoples and Nations faced throughout the year at the hands of governments, corporations, police and military forces, judicial bodies, paramilitary groups, settler populations, lobbyists and various others. The stories that we chose for this volume, which took more than a hundred hours to collect, are also limited to a single paragraph each, which means if you want to learn more--and I hope you do--you will have to do some researach of your own. If you happen to be reading the digital version of the magazine, you’ll find that we’ve made the journey a little easier, by adding links to each story. You can download a digital copy of the magazine for free at our website -- www.icmagazine.org.In closing, I would to say nia:wen ko:wa (thank you very much) to Jeff Corntassel, Tracy Barnett, Courtney Parker, and Curtis Kline for their valuable contributions to
Indigenous Struggles 2013
, in addition to the scores of individuals who contributed to our recent fundraising campaign. Without your support and involvement, this magazine would have not been possible.John Ahni SchertowEditor & Publisherhttp://icmagazine.orghttp://facebook.com/Intercontinental.Cryhttp://twitter.com/indigenous_news
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Editor In Chief
John Ahni Schertow
Associate Editor
Tracy Barnett
Contributing Writers
Curtis KlineCourtney ParkerJeff Corntassel
COVER PHOTO
Tracy Barnett
DESIGNER
John Ahni Schertow
PUBLISHER
Intercontinental Cry
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