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The Week That Was
'The Guardian' Is a Symbol for All
Jude Schimmel Honored With 'Jude Song'
SCIA Hearing Highlights Responsibilities
Video Flyover: The Land That Gives Life
Natives Still Here and Caring for Land
Self-Regulation of Class II Gaming
Comanche Boy in Denmark for Next Bout
Leonard Nimoy, My Vulcan Savior
World Out of Balance
Investing in the Future of Tribes
Moon and Jupiter Dance Again
Eating Paleo Starting With Sweet Potatoe
1st Marijuana Conference Creates a Buzz
The Myth of the Post-Racial Society
Arvel Bird: Still Sharing the Love
Tatanka Means' Standup Comedy
Calif. Gaming Conference on Drought
Changing Currents Increased NE Sea Level
Penn's Pratfall; Racist Dwarves
Thing About Skins
Indigenous Territories Play Dual Role As Homelands and Protected Areas
Indigenous communities claim—and scientific evidence...
Essays on Indigenous Intellectuals in Latin America Wins International Prize
The increasing influence of indigenous intellectuals in...
UNPFII Mourns Loss of Sister and Predecessor Tonya Gonnella Frichner
On behalf of all of the Expert Members of the UN Permanent...
Antonio Quinde: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America, the...
Before Syria, ISIS Hostage Kayla Mueller Fought to Save the San Francisco Peaks
Before finding her way to Syria and being caught up and...
Peruvian Indigenous Home Torn Down by Police and Mine Security as Conflict Intensifies
In the first week of February Peruvian national police and...
Africa’s Indigenous Fighting a Global Issue – Land Rights
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...
The Soft Drink Invasion on Indigenous Chiapas; Increased Diabetes Death
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...
Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Oil Sands: Beware of Climate Change ‘Powder Keg,' Reject Keystone XL
Nobel Laureate and anti-Apartheid activist Bishop Desmond Tutu has joined the list of prominent global citizens visiting the Alberta oil sands to emphasize his opposition to furthe...
Chickasaw and Māori Celebrate Similarities, Language and Culture
K.C. Cole, Chickasaw Nation
More than 20 delegates from the Institute of Excellence in the Māori Language traveled from a South Pacific island to the United States as part of a cultural and language exchange ...
Violent Protest at Devil’s Curve in 2009 Sees 53 Facing Trials
Five years after a violent confrontation that left 33 people dead and scores injured in northern Peru, 53 people face charges that include murder, personal injury, forcibly taking ...
Bolivian Historian Cusicanqui: A Starbucks in Bolivia – ‘Go to Hell!’
Bolivian historian and social theorist Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui is author of the classic work Oppressed But Not Defeated: Peasant Struggles Among the Aymara and Quechua in Bolivia,...
Inuit Furious as World Trade Organization Upholds European Union Seal Ban
Inuit leaders were fuming on May 22 as the World Trade Organization (WTO) upheld the European Union’s ban on seal products, saying the move was an imposition of European values on ...
Guatemalan Government Has Amnesia; Forgets There Was Genocide
'Yes, there was genocide in Guatemala' and 'one year ago former President Efrain Rios Montt was convicted of crimes against humanity' were the two themes commemorated around the wo...
A Recap of Proud to Be Indigenous and a Glance Into UNPFII
As the Second Annual #Proud2BIndigenous Week comes to a close Saturday, it’s time to take a look back and revel in the majesty that is indigenous pride...
‘We Don’t Want to Die Again’: Yanomami Leader Kopenawa
“It’s very important to talk to everybody here. We don’t want what happened 500 years ago to happen again...
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