In 1939, Mexican President Cardenas granted the Yaqui tribe official recognition and title to their land. this brought some improvements for the Yaquis, whose ancestral lands were party turned into a reservation (zona indígena) by presidential decree. For the first time in Mexican history, the federal government agreed to the establishment of a separate territory for its native inhabitants.


QUESTION:

The . Great Yaqui Nation Submitted by MAIC Member Ted Glines, Yaqui – from the official Yaqui Nation Website.

The Yaqui were never baffled militarily by the Spanish, acquisition alternating expeditions of conquistadores in battle. However, they were auspiciously adapted to Christianity by the Jesuits, who assertive them to achieve into eight towns: Pótam, Vícam, Tórim, Bácum, Cócorit, Huirivis, Benem, and Rahum.

For abounding years, the Yaqui lived affably in a accord with the Jesuit missionaries. This resulted in ample alternate advantage: the Yaqui were able to advance a actual advantageous economy, and the missionaries were able to apply the abundance created to extend their missionary activities added north. In the 1730s the Spanish colonial government began to adapt this relationship, and eventually ordered all Jesuits out of Sonora. This created ample agitation amidst the Yaqui and led to several rebellions. Further, the Franciscan priests never accustomed to be their religious leaders, abrogation the Yaqui with no western religious ties.

Yaqui baton Juan Banderas (executed 1833) admired to affiliate the Mayo, Opata, and Pima tribes, calm with the Yaqui, to anatomy an accord abstracted from Mexico in the 1820s, but the accomplishment bootless and the Yaqui remained aural the ambit of Mexican acknowledged authority.

The nation suffered a assumption of brutalities by the Mexican authorities, including a notable annihilation in 1868 area 150 Yaqui were austere to afterlife by the army central a church.

Another arresting (and failed) accomplishment to win ability was led by the Yaqui baton Cajemé in the 1880s. afterward this war, the Yaqui were subjected to added atrocity beneath the administration of Porfirio Díaz, who implemented a action of aboriginal transfer, in adjustment to abolish the Yaqui from Sonora so that he could animate clearing from Europe and the affiliated States. The government transferred tens of bags of Yaqui from Sonora to the Yucatán peninsula, area some were awash as disciplinarian and formed on plantations; abounding of these disciplinarian died from the barbarous alive conditions. abounding Yaqui fled to the affiliated States to escape this persecution. Today, the Mexican city of Cajeme is called afterwards the collapsed Yaqui leader.

ANSWER:

It appears they have Some rights in Mexico and more rights in Arizona, but as I understand they were never given all of the rights they deserve. their tribes were split between Arizona and Mexico (and still are) according to Treaty this would give them the right to cross the border into the U.S. without Immigration papers. all they are supposed to need is Proof that they are Yaqi. this is done with every known Indian tribe in Canada, but of course the U.S. will never miss an opportunity to discriminate against anyone or anything that hints of being Mexican, so all Indian Treaties are honored at the Canadian border and disregarded at the Mexican border.

In 1939, Mexican President Cardenas granted the Yaqui tribe official recognition and title to their land. this brought some improvements for the Yaquis, whose ancestral lands were party turned into a reservation (zona indígena) by presidential decree. For the first time in Mexican history, the federal government agreed to the establishment of a separate territory for its native inhabitants.

On September 18, 1978, the Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona became federally recognized: The Pascua Yaquis have a status similar to other Indian tribes of the United States. This status makes the Yaqui eligible for specific services due to trust responsibility that the United States offers Native American peoples who have suffered land loss.
Why do latin immigrants claim to be “Native American”?

Native American has become the most misused appellation in the western hemisphere. It is actually a word coined in my lifetime to describe our peoples and tribes here in the USA. The ones who came up with this term wanted to replace American Indian with it. In the last several years, uninformed people are passing this specific name to all the indigenous of the western half of the world. I am American NDN, from Calif, and I speak Spanish. Those people and the Mexicans were here long before the Americans got here. Many of us still speak their language, and English too. The problem comes when you try to give these people the name that is supposed to be reserved for us. The Mexican Indians do not claim to be American from Los Estados Unidos de Mexico. Same with any of the other countries from south of the border. They only begin to claim this name and this status when “la Migra” is after them. The fact is, Native American is a legal term describing Natives from within the borders of the USA, and our tribes. Nobody else from another country is entitled to this name, just like a Tarahumara from Mexico is not entitled to be called a Miwok from Calif.

Yaqui Lopez vs Yvon Durelle?

Yaqui Lopez for the win by fifteen round decision. Lopez is a little bit of a better fighter than Durelle is in this one. Lopez simply had the bad luck of fighting in a Light Heavyweight division which featured such superstars like Michael Spinks, Matthew Saad Muhammad, John Conteh and Victor Galindez. Too many talented boxers and he just never had the breaks of winning a Light Heavyweight title–not even briefly. Yvon Durelle is the obscure fisherman who gave Archie Moore one of the most exciting knockdown and drag-out fight in history and he came so close to pulling off the unthinkable upset. It was a fight which really transcended the sport. It was simply breathtaking that he could knock down one of the greats three times in a single round. However, in the rematch Moore figured him out and took him out in three rounds.

Lopez, like Durelle, though unsuccessful in his title tries is a better fighter and is more educated for this fight. Lopez has been in it twice with Matthew Saad Muhammad, the second rematch a memorable one and two fights with Victor Galindez. With the exception of that great fight with Archie Moore the only other name fighter on Durelle’s record is George Chuvalo. I think Lopez has more experience in these types of fights and see him winning a decision over the course of fifteen rounds.

Source: lonol.org

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