Are we the people? Indígenas en Estados Unidos, en los márgenes del sueño americano

  • Merly Guanumen Pacheco Universidad Militar Nueva Granada

Resumen (es_ES)

Una relación compleja, subordinada y muy dolorosa ha sido la que el gobierno de los Estados Unidos ha planteado a lo largo de su historia a los habitantes originarios de ese país, implicando para los indígenas perdida de sus tierras, persecución, relocalización forzosa, guerras, cuando no aniquilamiento físico o cultural. El artículo se propone narrar la historia de tal subordinación y la resistencia de los nativos americanos, especialmente a partir de la renovación de la identidad cultural indígena como consecuencia del incremento de su activismo político en el entorno de cambio social de la década de los años Sesenta del siglo XX. Se muestra cómo la sociedad estadounidense intenta pasar de un esquema unilateral de relacionamiento a uno más bilateral, en el que las necesidades y expectativas de los indígenas también cuenten para el diseño y puesta en marcha de la política pública dirigida a ellos.

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Biografía del autor/a

Merly Guanumen Pacheco, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada
Administradora Pública de la Escuela Superior de Administración Pública ESAP. Magister en Análisis de problemas Políticos, Internacionales Contemporáneos de la Universidad externado de Colombia, el Instituto de Estudios Políticos de París y el Instituto de Altos Estudios para el Desarrollo; estudiante del Doctorado en Estudios Políticos y Relaciones Internacionales de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia.

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Cómo citar
Guanumen Pacheco, M. (2014). Are we the people? Indígenas en Estados Unidos, en los márgenes del sueño americano. Ciudad Paz-Ando, 6(2), 6-33. https://doi.org/10.14483/udistrital.jour.cpaz.2013.2.a01
Publicado: 2014-07-29