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Let me first say that I am honored to be a part of the Two Row Times inaugural edition. While I hope this publication maintains a high level of responsibility in its reporting, I hope it doesn’t play this so safe that it loses its purpose. As I make a…
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Eagle and Condor

Ecuador’s Indigenous Movement at Crossroads

By Fernando Arce ECUADOR - In 1990, almost 80,000 people flooded the streets of Chimborazo, a central Andes province in Ecuador, in one of the most popular indigenous uprisings of that country. It was called by one of the country's five main umbrella indigenous organizations, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities…
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