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The Week That Was, October 5, 2015
Well For Culture: Elder Fitness, Yoga
Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power
The Pope & When Genocide Isn't Genocide
1st US Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
Indigenous Earthquake Tales Validated
Skins:Forced Sterilizations Native Women
Thank Indians for Latest Superfood
NMAI Profile: Bruce Whiteman Jr.
Fundamentalism II: God Loves Genocide
Jewell Big Week: Pope, Solarthon & $25K
Why'd the Rez Chicken Cross the Road?
Bristol Bay's Stunning Wild Salmon Run
Houska: 'The Green Inferno': Lousy Film
BC Tourism Links Cultures, Creates Jobs
Cultural Tourism Is a Growing Topic
Pol Disses Pope; Pope Disses Indians
OU Pres Supports Native Programs
Memorial for Jess Sixkiller
The Sale of Yucca Mountain Was an Attack
Thing About Skins
Serra-gate: The Fabrication of a Saint
There is a scurrilous fabrication being disseminated by the...
Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery: Wolfchild/Newcomb Documentary Screens in NYC
On the eve of Pope Francis’s visit to Turtle Island later...
Genocide Trial for Guatemalan President in 2016; Behind Closed Doors
The newest trial for former Guatemalan President Jose...
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...
Guaranís Dying in Brazil: One Woman’s Fight to Save Them
Valdelice Veron recently left Brazil for the first time to...
Landowners Kill Indigenous Leader In Brazil And Threaten More Violence
A Guarani Kaiowa community in Brazil is calling for help...
Jailed in Mexico: Thousands of Indigenous Behind Bars Due to Language Barriers
There are more than 8,000 indigenous people in prison in Mexico who do not know the charges against them due to a lack of bilingual personnel in the criminal justice system accordi...
World Outrage as ISIS Bulldozes Sacred Site; UNESCO Denounces ‘War Crime’
World outrage has erupted as members of the Islamic State group known as ISIS have allegedly bulldozed an ancient sacred site in northern Iraq after weeks of hacking hallowed artif...
Mapping Sacred Indigenous Sites Along the Black River In Brazil
The mapping of sacred indigenous sites along the Black River (Rio Negro) in Brazil’s Amazon, known as the Anaconda Expedition, moved into its second phase this year, bringing toget...
Partnering for Conservation Benefits Tacana People, Bolivian Park
Kneeling in a small clearing amid tropical trees, Baldemar Mazaro skillfully arranges a circle of sticks and a noose of cord in the community of San Miguel de Bala...
Could Climate Change Have Contributed to Syria Uprising? Study Says Yes
Scientists have been warning for years that climate change could lead to political conflict, and even war, often citing the uprising in Syria...
10,000 Indigenous Participate in Bolivia’s Vibrant Spectacle – Entrada de Anata
Carnaval in Oruro, Bolivia is one of South America’s largest...
Environmental Wisdom: Keeping Indigenous Stories Alive
"Long ago, when animals were gente ..." Those words, uttered countless times by indigenous Amazonian storytellers, blur the boundary between humans and other creatures in the fores...
A Model Forest? Regional Park Balances Local Needs and Conservation
For Alfredo Rojas, the history of the remote villages along the Ampiyacu River is one of enslavement...
Indigenous Territories Play Dual Role As Homelands and Protected Areas
Indigenous communities claim—and scientific evidence increasingly shows—that indigenous forested territories are as well protected as, or better protected than, government-designat...
Essays on Indigenous Intellectuals in Latin America Wins International Prize
The increasing influence of indigenous intellectuals in parts of Latin America is the subject of an essay collection that just won a prestigious literary award...
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