When it comes to climate, more than ever humanity is at a...
For the first time in the 14-year history of the...
Note: This piece was adjusted on 10/21/14. The title of the...
The American Association of University Professors...
Among the 400 or more indigenous people who participated in...
A misused gift that Native cultures of Turtle Island shared...
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Alex Ewen
6/20/14
In Part 1 of our exclusive series we examined how the discovery and examination of the ancient Mexican skeleton, Naia, has led scientists to once again rethink the origins of Ameri...
Michael Agresta, Michigan Tech
6/19/14
Environmental history professor Nancy Langston visited far northern Sweden to study the impact of a proposed open-pit mine on the indigenous Sámi people...
Rick Kearns
6/15/14
A young Afro-Colombian girl-who was rescued by Indigenous Guards and others-had been kidnapped in late May by mistake according to the FARC rebel group that claimed on June 7 that ...
Red Haircrow
6/14/14
In the months since the scalp situation at the Karl May Museum in Radebeul, Germany was brought to the general attention of Indian country, by majority in the German news media, re...
Alysa Landry
6/11/14
Native culture thrives in Belize, a small Central American country bordering Mexico to the north and Guatemala to the west and south...
Rick Kearns
6/10/14
Indigenous communities in Chiapas are fighting against large wind energy projects by asserting their rights to their communal lands; activists say the communities were not consulte...
Alysa Landry
6/7/14
Dawn creeps slowly over Tikal National Park in northern Guatemala...
Linda Daniels
6/4/14
A ten-year campaign to save an urban wetland in the city of Cape Town, South Africa from the development of a shopping mall has finally borne fruit with the announcement by governm...
Linda Daniels
6/2/14
The slowdown of land rights recognition has become a global issue, nowhere more so than in sub-Saharan Africa where a new report by the Rights and Resources Initiative has found th...
Rick Kearns
6/1/14
More Indigenous people in Chiapas are dying from diabetes according to a study released this month in Mexico, and officials are noting this increase is connected to the consumption...

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