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Nuu-chah-nulth Call for Emergency Equipment, Training After Fatal Boat Sinking
When disaster strikes on British Columbia’s “wild West...
Seabirds Gorging on Plastic, Mistaking It for Food: Study
The stomachs of a whopping 90 percent of the world's...
Ahousaht First Nation Leads Rescue of Passengers From Capsized B.C. Whale-Watching Boat
Ahousaht First Nation members were at the forefront of...
Venezuealan Indigenous Leaders Take Aim at Media for Negative Portrayals
The need to control the narrative about indigenous people,...
Reason to Celebrate: 12.25 M Acres Declared Protected Area for Aboriginal People
Anangu leaders in Australia just declared 12.25 million...
Global Gathering Highlights Indigenous Tourism’s Enormous Promise
A fierce Maori man, his body a tangle of tattoos and clad...
Genocide Trial for Guatemalan President in 2016; Behind Closed Doors
The newest trial for former Guatemalan President Jose Efrain Rios Montt will be held in January 2016 and, due to the defendant’s dementia, will be held behind closed doors and will...
Anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Who’s Afraid of Human Rights?
The following is a joint statement in support of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples...
Guaranís Dying in Brazil: One Woman’s Fight to Save Them
Valdelice Veron recently left Brazil for the first time to participate in the International Summit of Conscience for the Climate, titled “ Why do I care , ” in Paris...
Landowners Kill Indigenous Leader In Brazil And Threaten More Violence
A Guarani Kaiowa community in Brazil is calling for help again after the killing of Simião Vilhalva, one of their leaders, by armed militia funded by landowners who are threatening...
Indigenous Rama Among 15,000 Protesting Nicaragua Canal
As the machinery moves forward and prepares to carve a trough bisecting Nicaragua for a controversial canal, the indigenous Rama have been joined in their opposition by legions of ...
Hungry Polar Bears Besiege Russian Researchers in Arctic
While President Barack Obama was talking about climate change in the Arctic in Alaska, a group of Russian researchers were providing unwitting proof of his message: Unarmed and sur...
Indigenous Activists Shut Down Parts of Ecuador Over Land And Water Rights
Indigenous activists and allies have been on the march, shutting down highways and staging protests throughout Ecuador for the last three weeks in an effort to stop land and water ...
Endangered Species v. Endangered Peoples: The Conservation Con
Britain’s Sunday Times ran an article by Norman Lewis in 1969 titled, with stark simplicity, “ Genocide .” Lewis told the story of the destruction being wreaked upon Brazilian trib...
Science Blows Up Big Lies: Pre-Columbian Peoples Skilled Farmers, and Many Millions Killed by Invasion
We call it the European Invasion but modern academics have a more anodyne term, “Columbian Encounter.” Whatever you call it, the civilizations invaded or encountered left physical ...
Mexico’s Constitution Translated Into Mayan to Avoid More Tragedies
Scholars translated the Mexican Constitution into Mayan recently and the new document will help the country’s large Mayan population understand their rights better and hopefully av...
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