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In Re Bolivian Textiles – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket Spring 1994

CCR attorneys helped recover 48 sacred textiles from a U.S. dealer in the fall of 1992. The textiles were returned to rightful owners, the Coroma Indians of Bolivia, at a ceremony held at the Bolivian embassy, attended by Bolivian President Jaime Paz Zamora. After…
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In re Bolivian Textiles – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket Fall 1992

Ancient and sacred textiles, many of which date from Pre-Colombian times, have been wrongfully taken by U.S. dealers from their owners-the Indian people of the Andean village of Coroma, Bolivia. The loss of the textiles has had a devastating effect…
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In re Bolivian Textiles – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket Fall 1991

Ancient and sacred textiles, many of which date frpm Pre-Colombian times, have been wrongfully taken by U.S. dealers from their owners-the Indian people of the Andean village of Coroma, Bolivia. The loss of the textiles has had a devastating effect…
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In re Bolivian Textiles – International Human Rights – CCR Fall Docket 1990

Ancient and sacred textiles, many of which date from pre-Colombian times, have been wrongfully taken by U.S. dealers from their owners–the Indian people of the Andean village of Coroma, Bolivia. The loss of the textiles has had a devastating effect upon the Indians,…
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