Wichi indigenous leaders in the Chaco region in northern Argentina discuss the division of land between their people and non-indigenous families living in the area, during a break in a negotiating session. The Wichi, who traditionally survived as hunter-gatherers, have struggled against the systematic expropriation of their land for over a century by mestizo cattleraisers who migrated into the region from elsewhere in Argentina. In 2014, the two groups finally agreed on a division of the land which recognizes the traditional land rights of the indigenous, and which resettles many mestizo families onto non-indigenous land. Meetings such as this one continued to be held to work out the details of the separation. Church World Service has worked as a partner with local residents as they negotiated the landmark settlement.