Indigenous communities in Latin America have endured centuries of displacement, yet they have tenaciously organized to safeguard their cultures, communities, and ancestral lands. Today, indigenous peoples comprise approximately 10% of the region's population, constituting a majority in countries like Bolivia and Guatemala. This panel offers a comprehensive exploration of indigenous mobilization in the region, delving into its rich historical context and examining the intricate dynamics that have shaped their political engagement.
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