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Indigenous Woman Will Run to Be Mexico’s Next President
Activists in Mexico intend to endorse an indigenous woman...
Trump’s Climate Plans Look Stormy
For those concerned about the planet’s rising temperature...
‘Day of Sober Reckoning’: The US Election and the Inherent Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Editor’s note: The International Indian Treaty Council (...
Racist of the Year: Botswana President Noses Out Trump for Persecution of Bushmen
The Racist of the Year 2016 Award goes to President Ian...
Culinary Diplomats: Chefs Take Native Ancestral Foods to Russia
Although one would not normally consider food being a...
Politicians Feel the Heat From Rising Temperatures
Voters who feel good about life—whether it is to do with...
Scorched Earth Policy: Indian Country Among Climate Hot Spots
Southern and southeastern Asia, western and central Europe, eastern South America and southern Australia are among the regions most vulnerable to climate change on Earth, a new map...
Talking the Talk: Indigenous Language Recovery in Peru With Miryam Yataco
Miryam Yataco—educator, language rights advocate and an expert in intercultural bilingual education—has been involved in crafting language recovery efforts for the Indigenous Parli...
Cute Monsters: 5 of the Ugliest Endangered Animals You've Gotta Love
Enough with the pandas, the piglets, the cuddly polar bears and the tiger cubs. Let’s get real. Not all of life is cute, and that goes for its animals too...
Poisoning the Indigenous: Peru’s Mercury Levels 5x Higher Than Normal
Indigenous people, especially children, in Peru’s southeastern Madre de Dios region have high levels of mercury in their bodies, a new study has found...
What's in This Name?
KAY'-ee-hah-nah-EE'-coo-COW'-ah-KAH'-hee-HOO'-lee-heh-eh-KAH'-how-NAH-eh-leh say that name ten times. There’s no need to say it fast to know it’s a mouthful...
Ancient Warriors Inspire Mayans to Defend Their Culture
In the town of Tihosuco, on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, is a museum dedicated to a little-known war called the Guerra de Castas , or Caste War, which resulted in an independent May...
Aboriginal Call for Full Control of Resources in Canada Based on UNDRIP
The next step in the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is to give them full control over whether resource development projects ta...
Dead Mayans Only, Please! Mexico Tourism Driven by Ruins, Shuns Natives
More than a thousand years ago, Mexico’s Caribbean coast was an important point on the Mayan maritime trade route between the Yucatan Peninsula and Central America...
Paraguayan Indigenous Blockade International Highway
The Ayoreo people of northern Paraguay shut down an international highway in late July after alleging that ranchers and others had illegally invaded their territory...
Murdered Kids: Did Hydro Plant Thugs Attempt Assassination of Activist?
The murder of two Mayan children by an employee of a contested hydroelectric plant sparked a lynching in Guatemala and activists are now calling for protection and help in seeking ...
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