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Published on Jun 20, 2017
It’s been six years since the events known as the ‘Aymarazo’, a socio-environmental conflict that happened in 2011, when thousands of Aymara indigenous people in the south of the Puno region in Peru mobilized to defend their territory, land, water, and rights as aboriginal peoples.
They mobilized against the Santa Ana Project of the Canadian company Bear Creek Mining, who were looking for social license from the people to open a silver mine.