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UN Special Rapporteur: ‘Indigenous Peoples Should Be Regarded as Allies’
The following is a statement by Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the...
Health and Well-Being Rule at U.N. on International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous Peoples the world over suffer higher rates of...
Protect the Uncontacted: Peru’s Plan for Isolated Peoples
Peru is planning a "controlled contact" effort to...
Mexico Films Top Montreal First Peoples Festival Awards [Video]
Mexico won big at the Montreal First Peoples Festival this...
Who You Callin’ a Savage? The Beauty and Brilliance of Indian Science
Conflicts between the scientific method and the power of...
Montreal First Peoples Festival Opens to Standing Ovation
Seldom does an audience leap to its feet and erupt in...
'Oil Orgy' Interrupts UK-Canada Oil Sands Talks
Opposition to the expansion of the Athabasca Oil Sands in Canada, reaching a fever pitch on Turtle Island as President Obama mulls approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, has moved t...
The Living Library Project Turns People into Books
Gale Courey Toensing
It is a novel idea: Gather in a library a group of individuals who represent stereotypes where people can “borrow” and “read” them instead of books...
Dalai Lama Interview on Tolerance
It was one of those few perfect sunshine days when you can smell the summer, flowers, trees and grass, and feel the warm touch of sunlight on your skin with temperatures of 35 degr...
Culinary Tour Explores Food, Culture and Health of Guam's Indigenous Peoples
On October 1, renowned American Indian chefs Lois Ellen Frank and Walter Whitewater (Navajo) joined four of Guam's premier chefs on the island in the Pacific Ocean to prepare a gal...
New Zealand is the focus of Montana State University International Education Week
MSU News Service
A comparison of the economies of New Zealand and Montana, and a discussion of sustainability initiatives in both places, will highlight Montana State University’s International Edu...
Peru to Investigate Shawi Healer Deaths and High Rates of Hepatitis B
Peru’s Ministry of Culture announced that it would investigate reports of the deaths of traditional Shawi healers in the northern Peruvian region of Alto Amazonas and persistently ...
Christina Thomas: Songbird, Healer, Ambassador
Christina Thomas has done more, seen more and met more people in her 27 years than most experience in a lifetime...
Indigenous Leader Discusses Culture with UN
Ninawa Kaxinawá, (Hunikui) from Acre, Brazil, is an indigenous leader and spiritual leader for his people living between the borders of Brazil and Peru...
Standing with Amazon’s Indigenous Peoples
A new video posted by Amazon Watch on September 29, shares the fights of the Indigenous Peoples of the Amazon regions in Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia...
Dalai Lama Waits for Decision on Visa Issues
For the past three months a saga has been brewing between the South African government, the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu...
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