The two-day meeting took place after the violence experienced on January 7 when Investigation Police (PDI) officers carried out a raid in the Ercilla community.
Around 350 people attended the meeting, including the mother and brother of PDI officer Luis Morales who died during the operation.
"The State wants to kill us. I congratulate you for the courage you have had...We are going to share your pain as a family and I hope that Chilean people understand that we have not murdered anyone," Marcelo Catrillanca said to Morales' relatives.
En completa tranquilidad se desarrolla el Lef Xawun convocado al interior del territorio de #Temucuicui. Asisten comunidades de todo Wallmapu. Tomen nota los medios que hablan del "bastión peligroso e inexpugnable del crimen organizado". No es tal. pic.twitter.com/cmWsF1QOQc
"The urgent conversation takes place in full tranquility in Temucuicui territory. Communities from all over Mapuche lands attend. Media that speak about the dangerous and impregnable organized crime bastion should take note. It is not such."
Mapuche leaders Juan Catrillanca and Victor Queipul pointed out that Piñera's administration promotes "state terrorism, slander, defamation and threats" against the Mapuche community in alliance with other public branches.
Besides Morales' death and considerable material damage to Mapuche's property, a businessman died during the riot and 16 officers were injured.
On the same day, Angol's Court condemned 7 people, 6 of whom were police officers, for the murder of Mapuche Camilo Catrillanca in 2018. His 7-year-old daughter, widow, and mother were prevented from attending the court to hear the verdict.
Following the brutality exercised by PDI in the riot, Children's Ombudsman presented a claim against PDI Director Hector Espinosa and a protection appeal for a seven-year-old girl who suffered an "illegal and arbitrary detention".