¡Hola! Me gusta saber todo lo que posible de los Mapuches. Me fasina la cultura. Estoy haciendo un proyecto sobre los Mapuches. Y mi padre chileno (estoy una estudiante intercambio) no le gusta. ¿Por Que? Los Mapuches tienen una cultura bonita y incredible en mis propias ojos.
Muchas gracias. ¡Suerte para todo!
I am forced today to inform myself about the topic "indigous people of Southamerica" because it's my final test topic. I'm a grafic student in Lower Austria and we have to plan such a rescue project. But I must say, that I haven't heard of the Mapuche bevore. So, doesn't that show, that there is much too little done for the Mapuche? The first thing of all to help other people is to make them known. So I think they should be shown to everyone in posters, flyers, intenet banners... Can u tell me any organisation in Austria who has to do with the Mapuche?
Estados Unidos - Monday, June 02, 2003 at 12:16:16 (EDT)
Daniela Stochlinski <Ashinamee@hotmail.com>
Austria - Wednesday, May 21, 2003 at 07:01:00 (EDT)
I'd like to know about practical ways I can help with this. I recently lived in spain, and the only energy company to provide for my area was Fecsa Endesa, which is the same one currently liable for a lot of the problems to do with exploitation, at least in Chile. So how could I help? I'm not their customer anymiore, but I've thought that because of the bureocratic way these organisations are run, it's better if they see complaints or actions "closer to home" - ie, in spain, from spaniards. And I have some friends in spain, customers of Endesa, who might be willing to take part in similar actions. But where to start?
Alejandro Fernandez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
UK - Monday, February 24, 2003 at 10:16:10 (EST)
It is an outrage what the indigenous populations of these two countries
have had to suffer these five years whilst there governments look on indifferently.
More must be done to see to it that this situation cannot possibly continue.
Boycott the multinationalists behind such outrage before their arm grows
UK, England - Saturday, January 25, 2003 at 08:26:47 (EST)
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