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50 Provocative #DearNonNatives Tweets
Stranded Motorist Kills Crow Helpers
Cellmate Is Suspect in Death of Man
Amanda Blackhorse: NAJA Keynote Speaker
Fat Cat News; Mayan Mystery
Moose Deaths Blamed on Moose-Death Study
Native Language: Pathway to Traditions
30-year-long Dispute Over Fishing Territ
AIGC, Accounting Firm Create Scholarship
‘Rekindling Embers of Sovereignty'
AIANTA Announces Tourism Conference
Sage Bond, Navajo, Eyes 'American Idol'
'Indian Attack' Pulled From 5K Race
Three Native Actors Filming in S. Africa
Native American Man Was Set on Fire
Standing Ovation Opens Montreal Festival
Cowboy, Rabbit and Border Town Violence
Skate Parks Provide Positive Outlet
'Indian Attack' Slated for 5K Race
Tribes Get Help From DOE
Thing About Skins
Genocide Trial of Former Guatemalan President Suspended Again
Former Guatemalan President Jose Efrain Rios Montt may not...
Montreal First Peoples Festival Turns 25, Plans Epic Celebration
It’s outdoor-festival time in Montreal, and that means more...
U.N. Human Rights Body Blasts Canada’s Lack of Progress on Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous and human rights leaders in Canada welcomed the...
Resolution Copper: 6 Egregious Examples of Parent Rio Tinto's Rights Violations Worldwide
As opposition to the land-exchange deal that gave control...
Amazon Tribe Creates 500-Page Traditional Medicine Encyclopedia
In one of the great tragedies of our age, indigenous...
When Mad Bear Met Fidel: How Castro’s Cuba Advanced Native Sovereignty
Earlier this month, the United States announced that...
Fighting to Stay on Their Land: The Maya Q’Eqchi of Guatemala
One Mayan community in Guatemala is fighting for its right to stay on its own land, and they are looking for support from other Indigenous Peoples also...
Human Zoo: For Centuries, Indigenous Peoples Were Displayed as Novelties
In 1893 a group of indigenous Aymara Bolivian men traveled to the United States so that they could be put on display at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair Columbian Exposition, which ce...
First Nations Pursuing Business with China
Lumber is just one of many products that First Nations in British Columbia are selling to China as Canada’s aboriginals create their own trade relationship with the Asian powerhous...
Mayan Message to Kellogg: Toucan Play This Game
The behemoth food conglomerate Kellogg Company is fiercely protective of its Toucan Sam character, the spokes-bird for the popular Froot Loops cereal...
World Indigenous Business Forum to Feature Val Kilmer, Opportunities to Build Networks
Debra Utacia Krol
A leadership building group based in Canada aims to connect indigenous peoples and businesses worldwide at its latest conference...
Hurricane: From the Goddess Guabancex to Fierce Irene
At this moment, Hurricane Irene makes her way up the eastern seaboard of the United States, causing havoc on lands that were once home to the indigenous peoples of Turtle Island...
One Small Step for Indigenouskind
The Peruvian Congress unanimously approved a law August 23 described by Amazon Native leaders as one rare, significant advance for the protection of Natives and their territories...
Earthquake in Peru Does Minor Damage
A strong earthquake rattled Peru’s Amazon region on August 24, but there were no reports of injuries or serious damage...
Controversy in Ethiopia Puts Indigenous Peoples in the Middle
A tug of war between the Ethiopian government and human rights activists has spurred a tense standoff between the two groups, which onlookers warn is the result of opposing develop...
Harper on Scheduled Trip to North, Including Resolute Bay
Prime Minister Stephen Harper was in Resolute Bay on Tuesday as part of his sixth annual trek north, and in conjunction with Operation Nanook, the Arctic sovereignty exercises that...
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