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Take Oak Flat to a Higher Court: Why US & Canada Fear Human Rights Courts
Hundreds of Apaches are occupying Oak Flat, a sacred site...
Online Challenges to Save Indigenous Languages in the Americas
Saving indigenous languages by recording them and then...
The South Does Rights Thing; Why US & Canada Fear Human Rights Court, Part II
Human rights as something existing outside of national...
Paraguay Official Sentenced for Illegal Sale of Indigenous Lands, Faces Other Charges
The former head of Paraguay’s Indigenous Institute was...
A Job Interview You May Want to Skip
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh opened a...
Why the US and Canada Fear a Human Rights Court, Pt. I: The Global Expansion of International Law
If you can’t get your rights protected in the courts of the...
Mapuche and Other Women Riders Fight Against Mega Projects
Chilean, Argentine and Mapuche women riders traveled for five days to Puerto Varas, Chile on horseback as part of a recent protest against two energy projects that they say will hu...
9 Images of Traditional Honey Hunting in Nepal, a Declining Trade
What comes to mind when picturing the gathering of honey?
NAIPC Says UN Indigenous Conference Insults Indigenous Peoples
Gale Courey Toensing
In a bold act of resistance to being denied an equal role in the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, the North American Indigenous Peoples Caucus has called for the immediate c...
DNA Politics: Anzick Child Casts Doubt on Bering Strait Theory
Scientists from the University of Copenhagen and Texas A&M have analyzed the DNA of the remains of a young boy ceremonially buried some 12,600 years ago in Montana...
Video: Daylight Savings Time Debunked, and Don't Forget to Spring Ahead
It’s that time of year again, when the available light does not match the available heat...
Celebrate Women Today: It’s International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day started in 1909 as National Women’s Day on February 28. It was celebrated as such on the last Sunday of February until 1913...
Still Hope: Axolotl, Thought to Be Extinct, Spotted in Mexico City Habitat
The elusive and mythical axolotl, woven into Aztec legend, seems to have gotten a reprieve...
Video: Watch Snowflakes Form and Recapture the Awe of Winter
This is the time of year when winter seems never-ending. The idea that March is upon us connotes spring, which evokes images of balmy temperatures...
Don’t Drink the Feces: Indigenous Seek Results for Peru’s Toxic Waters
When Ander Ordóñez learned the extent of pollution among the Kukama indigenous communities along the Marañón River in Peru’s northeastern Amazon region, he was not surprised...
Woman in Texas Claims Grandson Killed Legendary Chupacabra
Ranchers in Victoria,Texas say they killed a chupacabra they found roaming on their land. “My grandson ran and got a gun, and shot it at 250 yards,” Lucy Ohrt told KAVU ...
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