This chapter shows how everyday life affects the various claims to the ethnic territories in Buenos Aires. It follows a path from the Cauca River valley to the more remote areas in the west. It first describes the Afro-Andes and then the Cerro Teta, the hill involved in the mining conflicts previously discussed in Chapter 2. The next section looks at the lush agricultural lands in Buenos Aires and the family lands. The chapter concludes with a section on ancestral lands and its connection to the state.
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