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This is the main webpage:
Here's a link to the back issues of Cultural Survival Quarterly:
The fourth quarter of 2001, they had an issue titled, Maroons in the Americas:
Two articles from that issue came up in web searches:
The Rights of Maroons In International Human Rights Law
Miners & Maroons: Freedom on the Pacific Coast of Colombia and Ecuador
That's how I stumbled across the webpage and organization.
My Grandmother was a Finnish Sami.
I recommend the book "Trekways of the Wind", by Nils-Aslak Valkeapaa.
One item from it:
Everything is so beautiful
I am afraid
to wake up again
To the hard world.
The wars people fight sometimes catch up with me making my darkest moments
I see people fill the earth destroying the foundations of life, all humankind
In the long night's darkness thoughts smolder trouble the soul
From the previous poet.