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This chapter looks at Ecuador’s 2008 Constitutional Assembly and the April 28- 29, 2012 meeting in Ecuador of the Latin American-Caribbean Network Grito de los Excluidos y Excluidas (Shouts of the Excluded). In a carefully developed reading of the political charters of these groups, she argues that the shouts (gritos) of social movements, organizations and ancestral peoples of Abya Yala are important because they speak from the still colonial reality, conditions and struggles of the global present. But they also express the actions, propositions, and thought increasingly evident in the activism of the global south. In Abya Yala the current...

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