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A Day in the Life of Water Protectors
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Pii Paash's Recycled-Wastewater Concerns
Vandalism Endangers NM Petroglyph Site
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Racing Clock on Indigenous Issues
The Week That Was: August 28, 2016
Dakota Pipeline & 'Law of Christendom’
Native Republicans Make Their Case
FCC Commissioner Visits NTU
Celebrities Support Water Protectors
The Long Arc Is the Real Campaign
Age of Acorns: Sustaining Life for Years
Land Changed Forever By Man
Yurok Fire Emergency: Arson Suspected
Tragic Loss; Maine Squeeze
Chief Looking Horse’s Important Message
'We Treated Germany Better': O'Donnell
Natives Fighting for Voting Equality
Tribe to Develop $1.3M Retail Center
Thing About Skins
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,...
Colombia Peace Accords Bring Ceasefire – for Now
Indigenous activists support Colombia’s recently signed ceasefire accord but they are also pushing for inclusion of indigenous territorial rights, prior consultation and other issu...
Warming Arctic Creates GHG Danger Zone
Tim Radford, Climate News
Climate scientists have coolly established the mechanism by which a warming Arctic will accelerate the warming of the whole world...
Canada, Mexico Sign MOU on Indigenous Peoples Without Consultation
The Assembly of First Nations expressed surprise and not a few reservations after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto signed a memorandu...
Bertha Cáceres Among Those on Honduran Military Hit List
The presence of her mother's name on a Honduran military hit list, alleged recently by a former soldier in a U.S.-trained military police squad, did not come as a surprise to one o...
Rare Pair: Summer Solstice and Full Strawberry Moon Salute Turtle Island With Light
At precisely 6:34 p.m...
Two-Week Blockade Forces Colombia to Open Dialogue on Indigenous Rights
Two weeks after 100,000 activists staged a massive nationwide strike and blockade, the Colombian government and leaders of the Minga — the mobilization — met to suspend the demonst...
‘A Slow Genocide’: Gunmen Attack Indigenous Again In Brazil
Gunmen attacked a Guarani Kaiowa village in northern Brazil this week, killing one man and wounding six others, including a 12-year old boy...
Fake Sioux, Cheyenne, Dakota Dances Thrive in South America
Tens of thousands of South Americans gather on July 16 every year in a small town in the Atacama desert for a ceremony witnessed by almost 200,000 visitors...
Global Warming Loop: Arctic Melting Feeds on Itself
Tim Radford, Climate News
Scientists have established at least one factor in the record melting of northern Greenland in 2015. The Arctic itself played a hand in what happened...
More Than 180 Groups Urge Trudeau to Curb Canadian Mining's Alleged Abuses in Latin America
As Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau earns accolades for his pledges to uphold indigenous rights on the home front, legal advocates in Latin America are urging him to extend t...
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