Indigenous and Afro-Descendant Peoples in Nicaragua’s Civic Revolution

The Nicaraguan revolt to oust President Daniel Ortega from office began over two and a half months ago. University students initiated the “civic revolution,” called the April 19th Movement, but campesinos, civil society and several business organizations soon joined in, as well as feminist groups, the LGBQI community, and the indigenous and Afro-descendants peoples. The […]

Except where otherwise noted, articles on this website are licensed under a Creative Commons License | IC is a publication of the Center for World Indigenous Studies (, a 501C(3) based in the United States | Hosting by May First / People Link | too hard to spell? Try

Send this to a friend