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Climate Change Forces Tribe to Move
Rape Survivors’ Stories in Full FORCE
Study Brings the Makah Closer to Whaling
Domestic Violence on the Navajo Nation
Laid-back Vibe of the Redlands Powwow
'You Damn Redskin!' Surviving an Attack
Plans for CRYP's RedCan Graffiti Jam
Florida Tribes Wary of Bike Path
AP Mulls Future of R-Word In Stylebook
Research Combines Science and History
Allow Paddling on National Park Rivers?
Some Clarity on Religious Freedom
Do NDNs Have Sex? Love Medicine, Part I
A Musher’s Tale of Triumph
Jury Rules Against Vern Traversie
ATNI Conference Copes With Climate
Indian Country Braces for ICWA Battle
We Must Overcome Hardships
US, Israel Boycott UNHRC’s Discussion
Wisconsin Badgers Advance to Final Four
Thing About Skins
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...
Traditional Knowledge Informs of Japan-Style Earthquake Danger Off U.S., Canada
As Japan looks back on the one-year anniversary of the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that leveled a northern region last March 11, Canada is looking ahead...
International Labor Organization Concerned With Lack of Indigenous Input on Belo Monte
Continued construction of the Belo Monte dam, a huge and controversial hydroelectric plant on Brazil’s Xingú River raised red flags for a committee of experts from the Internationa...
Newest Scam on Fringe of Climate Change Involves Land-Grabs in Peruvian Rainforest
When the United Nations process on climate change unveiled the program known as Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) three years ago, it was hailed b...
Can UNDRIP Be Enforced?
It was four and a half years ago—September 13, 2007 to be precise—that the U.N...
Strongest Bite Award Goes to the T. Rex, or Does it?
Dr. Karl Bates explains how he recreated the T. rex skull to determine bite force. Would you rather get bitten by a Tyrannosaurus rex or sat on by an elephant?...
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Asks Syrian Government to Allow Aid to Reach Those in Need
With the ongoing fighting and tensions going on in Syria, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on March 2 asked the Syrian government to allow aid for those in desperate ne...
Cambodian Statue Latest Dispute For Sotheby’s
An ongoing fight between the Cambodian government and Sotheby’s auction house in New York, took a new turn recently when Cambodia asked the United States government for help in rec...
Indigenous South African Tea Proving to Be a Health Remedy
For centuries, the people of the southernmost region of Africa have sipped a distinct red colored herbal tea and sworn by its soothing and healing properties...
Iceman’s Full Genome Reveals His Origins
New information from the full genome of a 5,300-year-old “Iceman” has revealed some interesting facts...
Scientists Unveil Fossils of the Maori Named Largest Penguins to Date
They were called Kairuku, Maori for “diver who returns with food,” and have scientists all a buzz this week as the first glimpses of the extinct giant penguin species from New Zeal...
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