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2014-10-09T11:34:24.000Z
Video Title:
Native Chilean Women: (Bilingual) Empowering Indigenous Women and Their Communities
Description:
In this bilingual version of the panel, Native Chilean Women: Challenges and Opportunities - Empowering Indigenous Women and Their Communities, we hear of challenges met by several indigenous groups in Chile. Speakers include: María Francisca Collipal (Mapuche), Anakena Manutomatoma (Rapanui), and Sonia Avalos (Quechua) and Jacqueline Pata (Tlingit). Panelists will share their insights and experiences—giving examples of their everyday life and work, and relating the issues at hand directly to their Native group—at this lively forum. Followed by a Q & A session. Cosponsored by the Embassy of Chile and Freedom House. Presented as part of the KARUKINKA Chilean Patagonia Artists of the Land Where the Trees Talk.
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129
Video Duration:
1 hr 22 min 17 sec
Topic:
Native Americans;American Indians  Search this
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Education  Search this
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