Tag: Mapuche

Mayans in the Modern World: People With a Celebrated History Downtrodden in the Present

This is a love-and-hate story being played out in real life in the Yucutan Peninsula. On the one hand we have the indigenous Mayans of the Yucatán Peninsula who have a fascinating and world renown history of cities, pyramids, remarkable science achievements, writing, roads,… Continue Reading “Mayans in the Modern World: People With a Celebrated History Downtrodden in the Present”

Pope Francis urges end to Chile’s Mapuche conflict

Pope Francis has used a public address in Chile to denounce violence and call for unity in one of the country’s longest-running conflicts. Speaking in southern Araucania region, the pontiff said “destructive violence” between the indigenous Mapuche people and the state was not the… Continue Reading “Pope Francis urges end to Chile’s Mapuche conflict”

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