Month: December 2020

Guatemala: Amerindians, mestizos and blancos – a DNA perspective

Guatemala, El Salvador, two countries with an official Amerindian minority, but in reality both are inhabited by a population largely of Mayan, Pipil and Lenca origin. Some of them still adhere to an Amerindian identity, but large numbers of individuals from broken up societies… Continue Reading “Guatemala: Amerindians, mestizos and blancos – a DNA perspective”

El Salvador: Amerindians, mestizos and blancos – a DNA perspective

El Salvador like other Central American states came into existance by political manouvering by an elite class of Hispanic-descended people hereafter called blancos as a reference term. Political, economic, military and social meddling in the affairs of these countries from US governments and big… Continue Reading “El Salvador: Amerindians, mestizos and blancos – a DNA perspective”

Compilation: Maps of Ireland in Irish

Originally posted on The Decolonial Atlas:
For as long as anyone can remember, Irish culture has sustained the tradition of dinnseanchas – ancient lore about the origins of Ireland’s many traditional place-names. Gaeilge, the Irish language, is is one of Europe’s oldest languages, and…

Deb Haaland from Laguna Pueblo on her priorities in office

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