How is Indigenous media fighting back against stereotypes in the Chilean press?
By Giulia Dessì
The photograph captures a stationary truck, engulfed in flames. Thick black smoke rises out of the frame, partially obscuring a plantation of pine trees that borders the road. The article below informs that “hooded people” attacked three trucks working at the construction site of a wind power plant, mentioning that they held a banner demanding the liberation of Mapuche political prisoners, and opposing the construction of the wind farm.
VOICES FROM WALLMAPU: HOW INDIGENOUS MEDIA ARE CHALLENGING THE “TERRORIST” STEREOTYPE IN CHILE