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AAUP Blasts U. of Illinois for Violating Salaita’s Rights
Administrators at the University of Illinois – home of the...
Rescued Out of Slavery: Indigenous Workers Removed from Agricultural Sites in Mexico
Last month, Mexican authorities rescued 200 Tarahumara men...
Killing Season For Enviros: Death Threats Still Coming to Goldman Prize Winner
Winning an international environmental award highlighted...
Indigenous Jumma People Vow to Launch ‘Non-Cooperation Movement’ on Bangladesh
As the 14th session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous...
Feds Prepare for an Attack on Indian Country. Or Not?
The southwestern United States, including great swaths of...
Tap Into an Alternate Reality: 22 Painted Faces That Tell Stories
Face-painting is a tradition that goes all the way back to...
Morales Awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Argentina for Human Rights Efforts
President Evo Morales (Aymara) of Bolivia was awarded an honorary doctorate by an Argentine university in mid-December for his work on indigenous rights, land distribution and erad...
Photo: People + Rights = Living Forests, Bringing Attention to Climate Change
Indigenous activists and allies sent a message to the world and the participants in the UN COP20 climate change summit in Lima, Peru in December, forming a human banner stating (in...
Pope Francis's New Year's Resolution: Tackle Climate Change
Pope Francis has rocked both the religious and secular worlds this year by eschewing papal security, embracing the poor and reaching out to gay and lesbian people...
Sacred Blindness I: Only Half the World is Sacred?
There’s a “list website” called The Daily Eight ...
Villagers Evacuated After Homes Ransacked by Uncontacted Indians
This past summer news broke about more than 100 members of the Mashco-Piro clan, an Indian tribe that lives in voluntary isolation, which attempted to make contact in Peru...
Controversial Law in Brazil Sees Indigenous Clash With Police; Law Fails
Brazilian indigenous protestors were in the headlines for a conflict with military police but their objective was achieved the next day...
Indigenous in Ecuador Struggle to Get Chevron to Pay Up on $9.5 Billion in Damages
Their land still saturated with goop, indigenous groups in Ecuador are awaiting a decision in the Supreme Court of Canada on whether Chevron Corp...
Indigenous Rights Get Little Mention In Climate Agreement
Indigenous groups called for international climate change agreements to respect human rights and land rights at a United Nations summit here, but the meeting ended with an agreemen...
Relief at a Stiff Price III: Going the Way of Chocolate
Maca, known to botanists as Lepidium meyenii, was first named maca by humans in Quechua, the language of the people who cultivated the root vegetable in the Andean highlands before...
Navajo Nation Buys Back 7 Sacred Masks at Controversial Parisian Auction
In what has become an all-too-familiar and all-too-disappointing scenario, a Parisian auction house put sacred Native American objects on the block despite strenuous objections fro...
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