Weaving the Past: A History of Latin America's Indigenous Women from the Prehispanic Period to the Present

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ORGANIZATIONS
MENTIONED IN THE TEXT
AND THEIR ACRONYMS
AMMORAsociación Mexicana de Mujeres Organizadas en Red (Mexican Association of Organized Women in Network; Mexico)
ANFASEPAsociación Nacional de Familiares de Secuestrados, Detenidos y Desaparecidos del Perú (National Association of Family Members of the Detained-Disappeared; Peru)
ANMUCICAsociación Nacional de Mujeres Campesinas, Negras e Indigenas (National Association of Peasant, Black, and Indigenous Women of Colombia; Colombia)
CCPConfederación de la Campesina del Perú (Peasant Confederation of Peru; Peru)
CEHComisión para el Esclarecimiento Histórico (Historical Clarification Commission; Guatemala)
CENDOC-MujerEl Centro de Documentación sobre la Mujer (Center for Documentation about Women; Peru)
CNMICoordinadora Nacional de Mujeres Indigenas (National Coordinating Committee of Indigenous Women; Mexico)
CNPACoodinadora Nacional Plan de Ayala National (Coalition of the Plan of Ayala; Mexico)
COCEICoalición Obrera Campesina Estudiantil del Istmo (Coalition of Isthmus Workers, Peasants, and Students; Mexico)
COCOPAComisión de Concordia y Pacificación (Commission on Concord and Pacification; Mexico)
COFADERComité de Familiares de Detenidos, Desaparecidos, Refugiados (Committee of Family Members of the Detained-Disappeared; Peru)
COMPITCHConsejo de Organizaciones de Médicos y Parteras Indigenas Tradicionales (Council of Indigenous Traditional Midwives and Healers of Chiapas; Mexico)
CONAVIGUACoordinadora Nacional de Viudas de Guatemala (National Coalition of Guatemalan Widows; Guatemala)

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