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Construction Boom at Expo ’15
Nunavut Teens Create Vibrant Mural
Journalist Leaves a Bright Legacy
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Gyasi Ross Schools 'Em With 'Harvard'
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Montt Trial Suspended Again
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Manning: Justice for Circle Bear
In Search of an Authentic Indian
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Thing About Skins
Genocide Trial of Former Guatemalan President Suspended Again
Former Guatemalan President Jose Efrain Rios Montt may not...
Montreal First Peoples Festival Turns 25, Plans Epic Celebration
It’s outdoor-festival time in Montreal, and that means more...
U.N. Human Rights Body Blasts Canada’s Lack of Progress on Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous and human rights leaders in Canada welcomed the...
Resolution Copper: 6 Egregious Examples of Parent Rio Tinto's Rights Violations Worldwide
As opposition to the land-exchange deal that gave control...
Amazon Tribe Creates 500-Page Traditional Medicine Encyclopedia
In one of the great tragedies of our age, indigenous...
When Mad Bear Met Fidel: How Castro’s Cuba Advanced Native Sovereignty
Earlier this month, the United States announced that...
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...
Former First Nation Leaders Look to Iran for Human Rights Help
As the West seeks to continue to isolate Iran to contain its burgeoning nuclear program, a renegade former chief and other First Nation leaders are actively trying to engage the le...
See the Fantastic Vochol, a Huichol-Beaded Volkswagen
The old Volkswagen Beetle is iconic in Mexico, its little dome ubiquitous in thousands of vehicles zipping around major cities and chugging along country roads...
Earthquake Started in Indigenous Regions of Mexico
The epicenter of the 7.4 magnitude earthquake that rumbled through Mexico on March 20 was in the heavily indigenous regions of Oaxaca and Guerrero...
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