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Giant Lake Disappears! Experts Blame Global Warming, Pollution
Bolivia’s second largest lake, which had contained almost 1...
Indians Killed in American Genocide Memorialized in Moscow?
The Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation recently...
Horses of a Different Color: The Quagga as the New Appaloosa
CNN reported that a team of scientists at Cape Town...
First Autonomous Indigenous Government in Peru Created
The Wampis people of Peru recently created the nation’s...
2015 Was Warmest Year in Recorded History: NOAA and NASA
Both NOAA and NASA have declared 2015 to be the warmest...
International Quechua Research Institute in Bolivia
Bolivia is preparing to build an International Institute of...
Priest Who Allegedly Abused Inuit Arrested in Belgium
The priest-abuse scandal currently rocking Europe is reverberating in Nunavut...
Oldest Birchbark Canoe Returning Home This Year
This year Canada could see the repatriation of what may be the world’s oldest birchbark canoe--found in a storage barn, dating back 250 years, the tattered vessel is slated to be r...
Arctic & Small Islands Fight Climate Change
Imagine you live on an island, a tropical paradise. Turquoise waters rise and fall at the shore’s edge. The ocean’s rhythmic sounds lull you into a sense of security...
Palm Oil Pushes Indigenous off Land
It’s the usual morning rush. You put your makeup on, take a dry creamer in your coffee, luxuries we don’t give a thought to in the U.S. What – luxuries?...
Indigenous Voices Rise in Cancun Climate Talks
From solutions to protests, indigenous groups from all over the world made their voices heard at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP) that took place in Cancun throug...
First Peoples' Festival Featured Indigenous Culture in a Cityscape
Gale Courey Toensing
MONTREAL—The Montreal First Peoples’ Festival—the city’s signature celebration of indigenous peoples’ art, history and cultures—took place in a brand new outdoor festival space tha...
Christian ‘Doctrine’ Fueled Dehumanization: UNPFII Report
NEW YORK – A groundbreaking report examining the roots of Christian domination over indigenous peoples and their lands was released this week at the united nations Permanent Forum ...
Oglala Lakota Traveler Sees ‘Deep Parallels’ in Palestine
Gale Courey Toensing
An activist who traveled to Egypt on Christmas Day to participate in the Gaza Freedom March took along a case of Tanka Bars, hoping to distribute them to undernourished children in...
International Solidarity Protests Against Peruvian Forest Laws
Thousands of demonstrators on two continents have joined the struggle to defend the rights of indigenous peoples in Peru, who have been staging road and pipeline blockades for more...
An Olympic Opportunity for Declaration
Facing international and internal pressure, the Canadian Parliament on April 8 voted to endorse the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples...
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