Revisiting Indigeneity in Resource Politics and the Battles That Lie Ahead
This book examines how landless and dispossessed peoples have redefined our understanding of citizenship in the twenty-first century through multiple uses of indigenous-based discourses, motion, and language at the grassroots level. This conclusion revisits the language of indigeneity and shows how it has greatly informed the creation and building of the new plurinational state of Evo Morales. It also discusses new ecological shifts in Bolivia, the problems that lie ahead, and the passing of the Bill of Rights for Mother Earth, which draws deeply on indigenous concepts viewing nature as a sacred home.
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