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Dr. Cornel West Joins Univ. Illinois Boycott Over Salaita Firing
Dr. Cornel West, the well-known public intellectual,...
Achuar Lawsuit Against Occidental Petroleum Ends With Settlement
A decade-long legal battle over pollution from oil drilling...
Marginalization and Cultural Choice
Policy makers and academics often describe the contemporary...
Jailed in Mexico: Thousands of Indigenous Behind Bars Due to Language Barriers
There are more than 8,000 indigenous people in prison in...
World Outrage as ISIS Bulldozes Sacred Site; UNESCO Denounces ‘War Crime’
World outrage has erupted as members of the Islamic State...
Mapping Sacred Indigenous Sites Along the Black River In Brazil
The mapping of sacred indigenous sites along the Black...
Peru's Indigenous Band Together to Protect Their Lands and Water Rights
As a teenager two decades ago, Ruth Buendía saw the Asháninka communities in Peru’s central Amazonian lowlands torn apart by violence as the Shining Path guerrillas kidnapped, kill...
Sacred Lake Titicaca Is Being Drowned by Pollution
Brown, rolling plains that seem to stretch on to eternity are suddenly broken by the brilliant blue of Lake Titicaca...
The Grammar of Happiness: How an Indigenous Tribe Changed a Missionaries Views Airs May 12
When twenty-five year old missionary Dan Everett landed among the Pirahãs Tribe in 1977, with the intention of evangelizing the lost Amazonian community, he could not possibly envi...
Security-Banned Indigenous Youth Return to Permanent Forum
Gale Courey Toensing
Members of the Global Indigenous Youth Caucus returned to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues on May 10, after having their credentials seized by security guard...
Organization of American States Joins International Scrutiny of Canada's Missing Aboriginal Women
David P. Ball
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) is scrutinizing the disappearance of more than 600 aboriginal women in Canada, only months after the United Nations announced ...
Doomsday Busted: Mayan Calendar Looks Ahead 7,000 Years
A team of archaeologists has discovered a series of murals deep in the Guatemalan jungle, one of them a calendar that looks far into the future, the scientists announced on May 10...
Video: Gonnella Frichner Delivers Doctrine Report to UNPFII
Tonya Gonnella Frichner (Onondaga), the former North American Representative to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, delivered the Intervention by Tonatierra: R...
Video: Global Indigenous Youth Caucus Addressing Their Case For Inclusion
UPDATED, MAY 11, 2012 - CORRECTED NAME: Krysta Williams (Delaware) reads a statement on behalf of the Global Indigenous Youth Caucus on May 7 demanding the full participation of th...
Indigenous Groups at UNPFII Seek End of Violence Against Indigenous Women
Gale Courey Toensing
While congressional lawmakers in Washington are trying to strip the Violence Against Women Act of its protections for indigenous women, indigenous delegations at the United Nations...
Bolivia’s Economy Grows, but Challenges Still Persist
Evo Morales promised a new economic policy based on indigenous principles and an aggressive redistribution of natural resource wealth to benefit all Bolivians when he became the co...
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