Indiginist anarchism


If you are looking for books that talk about anarchism among native peoples or indigenous communities, and/or anarchist organizing for indigenous rights, some of the books below might be of interest.

You might want to check out Harold Barclay's anthology, People Without Government, or other works by him (click on his name in that WorldCat record to find others in libraries).

There are a lot of books about the Zapatistas, who consider themselves to be indigenous-based.

There's Oppressed but not Defeated, about the Aymara and Qhechwa in Bolivia.

According to the publisher's description, some of Only a Beginning, an Anarchist Anthology touches on indigenous sruggles.

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