Indígenas Urbanos y Covid-19. La Primera Promoción de Bachillerato en el Centro Educativo Intercultural Bilingüe Amawta Rikchari,barrio San Roque, Quito

Translated title of the contribution: Urban Indigenous and Covid-19. The First Promotion of Baccalaureate in the Amawta Rikchari Bilingual Intercultural Educational Center, San Roque neighborhood, Quito

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Abstract

The urban indigenous presence The indigenous presence in cities in Latin America is a very rich theme and approached from various historical axes, but seldom made visible by the effects of colonization and emergent constructions of identities, promoted by the republics and nations, as a product of modernity. There is a distinction imaginary of indigenous territories associated only the rural world, therefore, it is necessary to retake a memory that allow to reconstitute identities and territories that have been hidden for the official history of the cities.
Translated title of the contributionUrban Indigenous and Covid-19. The First Promotion of Baccalaureate in the Amawta Rikchari Bilingual Intercultural Educational Center, San Roque neighborhood, Quito
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Title of host publicationPueblos Indígenas y Educación No. 67
PublisherEditorial Abya-Yala
Pages165-188
ISBN (Print)978-9942-09-734-7
StatePublished - 31 Mar 2021

CACES Knowledge Areas

  • 411A Teacher training for teachers with specializations

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