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VIDEO: Indigenous New Zealand Students Respond to Disney’s Upcoming Film Moana
Daniel Hernandez, (Mayan / K'iche') is living and studying...
Video: First Nations Women Bring Water Concerns to Geneva
Human Rights Watch brought a group of First Nations women...
8 Native Olympic Athletes You Should Know About
Natives have always enjoyed games and sports, playing for...
Drug Cartels and Illegal Pot Farms: Yurok Battle for Ancestral Lands
They’re armed, they build dams to divert entire creeks for...
Amnesty International Calls for ‘Immediate Halt’ to Site C Dam Construction in BC
Amnesty International has joined First Nations in...
From Mexico to Montreal: Cesar Gachupin de Dios Makes Stone Soup at the First Peoples' Festival
“Cebolla, cilantro, epazote,” says Cesar Gachupin de Dios,...
Multi-National Still Harassing Indigenous Woman, Says Family; Have Her Fenced In
The multinational Yanacocha mining company is again violently harassing her, says the indigenous Peruvian activist who won a major lawsuit brought against her by the company in lat...
Mayan Spoken Here: Native Languages of Latin American on Display in Venice
The 56th edition of the International Art Biennale of Venice, All the world’s futures, curated by Okwui Enwezor, presented, for the first time, “Voces Indigenas,” an exhibition ent...
Pope Francis and Prime Minister Stephen Harper Talk Truth and Reconciliation at Vatican
June 11 is the anniversary of the 2008 apology issued to First Nations, Métis and Inuit by Prime Minister Stephen Harper for Canada’s boarding school era...
Tourists Desecrate Sacred Malaysian Peak With Nude Photos, Get Blamed for Earthquake
A group of tourists who stripped down for the sole purpose of photographing themselves nude on a sacred mountain in Malaysia are now being blamed by local indigenous people for cau...
Battling Rural Poverty, Fundraiser Helps Native Farmers in Latin America
Native farmers from three Latin American countries will benefit from a special fundraiser this week in Washington, D.C...
Peru Reopens Forced Sterilization Case Against Ex-President Fujimori
Peruvian authorities have reopened the forced sterilizations case involving over 300,000 mostly indigenous women, and will investigate further the testimony of former President Alb...
Online Challenges to Save Indigenous Languages in the Americas
Saving indigenous languages by recording them and then issuing a challenge online has inspired thousands of people to reciprocate by posting videos onto YouTube in the last year; t...
The South Does Rights Thing; Why US & Canada Fear Human Rights Court, Part II
Human rights as something existing outside of national borders but enforceable within those borders is the furthest frontier of international law...
Paraguay Official Sentenced for Illegal Sale of Indigenous Lands, Faces Other Charges
The former head of Paraguay’s Indigenous Institute was sentenced last month to six and a half years in prison for illegally selling indigenous land; and is also awaiting trial for ...
A Job Interview You May Want to Skip
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh opened a big can of pushback if not whoopass from government sources, named and unnamed, when he reported that just about every clai...
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