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Wind of the Wings of the Kundur Anka

NAHUACALLI
Embassy of the Indigenous Peoples
Wind of the Wings of the Kundur Anka
20th Anniversary of the
First Continental Encounter of Indigenous Peoples
June 14-16, 2010 Quito, Ecuador

Abya Yala Report from Ecuador: Pachacutic Kundur Anka

20th Anniversary
of the
First Continental Encounter of Indigenous Peoples
June 14-16, 2010
Quito, Ecuador

PACHACUTIC KUNDUR ANKA

Wind of the Wings
of
The Eagle and the Condor of Abya Yala

Working Group 1.1 Cosmovision, Identity and Spirituality

Working Group 1.1 Cosmovision, Identity and Spirituality

Recalling the memory, the struggle and spirit of the ancestors of our Millenial Peoples, whose legacy is the sustenance of the Original Peoples of Abya Yala;

Reclaiming the power of our destiny as Peoples of Humanity, founded on the principle of Complementary in Duality which in practice of solidarity and reciprocity is crystallized through AYNI.

In the safeguarding of the rights of Present and Future Generations of our Original Peoples:

Manifesto of the First Continental Summit of Indigenous Women

We, indigenous women gathered in the sacred lands of Lake Titicaca, after two days of discussions and deliberation raise our voices in these times when Abya Yala’s[1] womb is once more with childbirth pains, to give birth to the new Pachakutik [2] for a better life on our planet. We, indigenous women, have had a direct input into the historical process of transformation of our peoples through our proposals and actions in the various struggles taking place and engendered from the indigenous movements.

Moving Forward: The Fourth Continental Summit of Indigenous Peoples

Moving Forward: The Fourth Continental Summit of Indigenous Peoples
Written by Marc Becker
Tuesday, 09 June 2009
Upside Down World
http://upsidedownworld.org/main/content/view/1903/1/

Five thousand Indigenous peoples from across the Americas gathered in
the Peruvian highland city of Puno during the last week of May for the
Fourth Continental Summit of Indigenous Peoples and Nationalities of
Abya Yala. The meeting ended with a massive plenary session that
approved resolutions providing alternatives to the capitalist crisis
that western civilization is currently experiencing.

Declaration of IV Continental Indigenous Summit Abya Yala

IV Continental Indigenous Summit Abya Yala
Puno, Peru May 28-31, 2009
The Mama Quta Titijaja Declaration
October 12-16, 2009 Global Mobilization in Defense of Mother Earth and Her Peoples!

Gathered at the Main Paqarina of the Mama Qota Titijaja Lake, Lake of the Grey Stone Puma, 6500 delegates from organizations representing the Indigenous Peoples from the 22 countries of Abya Yala along with our relatives of peoples of Africa, United States, Canada, the Polar Circle and other parts of the world, with the participation of 500 observers from various social movements, we resolve:

Indigenous groups conclude continental summit in Peru

Indigenous groups conclude continental summit in Peru
http://www.fsrn.org/audio/indigenous-groups-conclude-continental-summit-peru/4811

Five thousand Indigenous peoples from across the Americas gathered in the South American Andes this past week to articulate their positions and consolidate political strategies.

The "Fourth Continental Summit of Indigenous Peoples", focused on providing alternatives to what some call the capitalist crisis sweeping western civilization.

Documento de los Hermanos Mayores a la IV Cumbre Indigena Abya Yala

Documento de los Hermanos Mayores a la IV Cumbre Indigena Abya Yala

Nabusímake Umûnûkûnû, [Sierra Nevada, Colombia]

Mayo 6, 2009

Los hermanos mayores y ancianos reunidos velando por nuestros territorio sagrado Corazón del mundo, hemos tenido conocimiento de la IV cumbre continental de los pueblos y naciones indígenas de ABYA YALA.

En especial Puno, Perú:

IV Continental Indigenous Summit Abya Yala Unites Indigenous Decolonization Movement

TONATIERRA Press Release
For Immediate Release
May 29, 2009

Contact: Tupac Enrique Acosta, Shannon Rivers (480) 220-6766
Email: chantlaca@tonatierra.org

IV Continental Indigenous Summit Abya Yala
Unites Indigenous Decolonization Movement

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