Irula tribal women seek self-sufficiency p8
by Susan Benn

Women evolve empowering and liberating culture p10
by Victoria Tauli-Corpuz

Finding ways to regain control of their lives p13
by Jaanna Becher

We refuse to be token niggers in feminist groups p14
by Lydia Graham

Weaving on sacred ground p16
by M. A Gomez and Maria Limon

"Our voices must be heard." p18
by The Native Women's Association of Canada

Amerindian and black women: 500 years of neglect p20
by A. Gomez, L. Shallat, C. Torres and V. Toledo Liancaqueo

Mapuche women and traditional health p23
by V. Toledo Liancaqueo

Immersing in traditional cultures p25
by Elizabeth Thomas

Maori women defend right to health p28
by Gloria E. Melencio

Women's Institute fosters identity and culture p29
by M. Decherellette, N. Zanbrana and K. Uriona

The running spirit p30
by Klmimila

Maori artist: Kura Rewiri Thorsen p31

Resources p32

Radio network links north and south p33

Radio program, Not Vanishing, flourishes p34
by Wendy Gordon

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Women advocate for indigenous education p35

We defend the earth 36

A healthy and sustainable environment for all p39

Declaration on trafficking in women p42

First Asian indigenous women's conference p44

Isis co-organizes conference in Bangkok p46
by Eliz Reyes-Martinez

Women In Action covers a broad range of issues affecting women globally, but focusing on the particular needs and concerns of women in the Global South, and forwarding a progressive perspective tempered by the experiences of the third world women's movements.

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