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UN Special Rapporteur: We Must Hear Directly From World’s Indigenous Peoples
When Filipino Victoria Tauli-Corpuz (Igorot) was appointed...
Climate Change in Court: From the Netherlands to the World
The acid test of integrity in a legal system is whether you...
Indigenous Wayuu Children Dying From Corruption and a Stolen River in Colombia
Thousands of Wayuu children are starving and dying of...
Venezuelan Representative To Canada Visits Traditional Iroquois Longhouse
The drums filled the wooden longhouse with historic sounds...
Yanomami of Brazil Honor Return of Stolen Blood
Yanomami activists fought to get their blood returned from...
Another International Call for Inquiry Into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women in Canada
Indigenous leaders in Canada have welcomed yet another...
Maduro Elected President in Venezuela, Will Allow Re-Count
The vote was close as both sides were confident in their positions, but in the end the acting Venezuela President, following the death of the late Hugo Chavez ended with a win Apri...
Osage Ballerina Maria Tallchief Walks On at 88
Osage ballerina Maria Tallchief broke ground for Native American ballet dancers and was not only one of George Balanchine’s wives, but an inspiration to him...
Venezuelan Presidential Candidates Reach Out to Indigenous Voters
Venezuelans will go to the polls on Sunday, April 14 th to choose a president and the two main candidates, Acting President Nicolas Maduro, who is the late President Hugo Chavez’ h...
French Judge Rules that Auction of Hopi Katsinam Can Proceed
An attempt to halt an auction in Paris of 70 katsinam considered sacred by the Hopi Tribe has failed, with a Parisian judge ruling that the items are not protected under a French l...
The Kogi Fight to Preserve Their Ancient Wisdom
Twenty-five years ago, French climber and geographer Eric Julien was rescued by the Kogis while trekking in the heart of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta, Colombia—the highest coas...
Judge Will Hear Argument Against Sale of Hopi Katsinam in Paris
On Thursday, April 11, a judge in Paris will hear arguments from a lawyer regarding the legality of a large auction of Hopi katsinam...
Despite Legal Victories Awa Territory Still Full of Invaders in Brazil
The Awa people of Maranhao state, in northeastern Brazil, have turned in desperation to the international community to help protect their territory according to activists at Surviv...
Hopi Katsinam Auction in Paris: A Conversation with the Auctioneer
On Friday, April 12, the Parisian auction house Néret-Minet Tessier & Sarrou plans to sell 70 Hopi katsinam, commonly referred to as masks, to the highest bidder...
Margaret Thatcher, Iron Lady and Climate Change Advocate
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, the so-called Iron Lady who passed away on Monday April 8, was one of the first world leaders to draw attention to the potential pe...
Indigenous Scholars Oppose Navajo President 'Becoming Partners' With Israel
Gale Courey Toensing
A group of prominent scholars has written to Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly expressing disappointment at his support for Israel and urging him to pursue international relations...
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