In Wallmapu, Indigenous Mapuche territory, resistance and repression never stopped. More new music here.
Music videos from seven songs inspired by ongoing protests in Chile.
Videos from six new tracks capturing the spirit of ongoing protests in Chile.
“They continue with their unbridled capitalism. We need to continue the struggle.”
The October 4, 2012 massacre was the first and only massacre of indigenous people by soldiers following the 1996 Peace Accords. This year’s commemoration of the sixth anniversary of the massacre took place a week after a tribunal confirmed state armed forces committed genocide in the early 1980s. “The goal is to remember them and to leave a legacy for our future generations who will struggle for the defense of our rights,” said Eduardo Juan Yax, an indigenous community leader.
“Local activists are being murdered as governments and businesses value quick profit over human life. Many of the products emerging from this bloodshed are on the shelves of our supermarkets,” said Ben Leather, a Senior Campaigner at Global Witness.