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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...
Tiny Polynesian Island Nation Requests Lady Gaga Concert
The country of Niue, a self-governing island 1,500 miles northeast of New Zealand has requested an concert appearance from pop star Lady Gaga...
UN Special Rapporteur: Who Will Protect Human Rights Defenders?
Whether it’s the San Francisco Peaks or the Belo Monte Dam Project , the Special Rapporteur on human rights defenders, Margaret Sekaggya, says the environmental defenders rights sh...
U.S. Coast Guard Sinks Japanese Tsunami Ghost Ship
The so-called ghost ship debris from last year's Japanese tsunami that was spotted off the coast of Haida Gwaii territory on March 28 has been consigned to a watery grave: The U.S...
American Indian Painters Travel to Paris, Bust a Few Stereotypes
Eleven Native artists went to Paris late last year for an art show titled Oklahoma Painters, which was part of the sixth annual Art en Capital event at the massive Grand Palais...
Guatemala’s Mayans Take Their Demands to New Government
Lucas Garcia Pop, a 30-year-old Q’eqchi Mayan farmer, lost everything last year when he and his neighbors were evicted from Finca San Pablo Pomoxón, a sugar plantation in the Poloc...
Unfulfilled Promises of Prior Consultation for Brazilian Indigenous
Indigenous Peoples in Brazil are getting international and national support for their rights to be consulted about any projects or businesses to take place in their lands, but the ...
Bolivia TIPNIS Road Conflict Reignites
Five months after their 350-mile march ended in apparent victory, hundreds of people from Bolivia's eastern lowlands have decided to protest again...
Haida Band Chief Councilor Wants International Tsunami Debris Cleanup
Rather than wait for the tsunami debris floating across the Pacific from Japan, a Haida First Nation band leader is suggesting that an international team be marshaled to go out and...
Tsunami Ghost Ship Spotted off Haida Gwaii Territory
A fishing vessel swept out to sea off Japan in last year’s post-earthquake tsunami has been spotted about 150 nautical miles off of the islands making up Haida Gwaii territory in B...
Amnesty International Report Cites Human Rights Violations Along US-Mexico Border
Amnesty International recently released a report titled, " In Hostile Terrain: Human Rights Violations in Immigration Enforcement in the U.S...
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