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Yanomami of Brazil Honor Return of Stolen Blood
Yanomami activists fought to get their blood returned from...
Another International Call for Inquiry Into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women in Canada
Indigenous leaders in Canada have welcomed yet another...
US, Israel Boycott UN Human Rights Council’s Palestine Discussion
Despite a current rift in the relationship between the...
Plowing on Regardless: Soil Degradation Gives Us Just 60 More Years of Crops
Imagine a wonderful world, a planet on which there was no...
Greatest Works of Dja Dja Wurrung Nation in Hands of British Museums
This powerful story of precious property taken and regained...
The Jaguar Corridor: Protecting the Sacred Cat
National Geographic’s online edition recently featured...
'I Pretend for a Living, but You Do Not': Leonardo DiCaprio Speaks Bluntly at the U.N.
Famed movie actor and recently anointed anti-Tar Sands activist Leonardo DiCaprio laid it on the line at the United Nations Climate Summit this week, just 48 hours after striding s...
Star Power: Leonardo DiCaprio Climate Marches With Natives, and 9 Other Celeb Sightings
U.N. World Conference on Indigenous Peoples Kicks Off on Eve of Climate Summit
As the United Nations geared up for today’s World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, the new Special Rapporteur emphasized once again that these peoples must be heard, and consulted...
Mexica Dancers Share Ancient Traditions and Re-Educate in Northern Pow-Wows
Mexicas, descendants of the Aztecs, are among the thousands of indigenous Mexicans living in the New York area; some of them like the members of Yayauhki Tezcatlipoca, are sharing ...
Biggest Climate March in History a Watershed Moment for Indigenous Peoples
Monumental. Empowering. Unifying. Such were the strong sentiments evoked among Indigenous Peoples who helped lead off the People’s Climate March on September 21...
Saving Native Languages and Culture in Mexico With Computer Games
Indigenous children in Mexico can now learn their mother tongues with specialized computer games, helping to prevent the further loss of those languages across the country...
Indigenous Peoples Essential to Climate Movement, March Organizers Say
Environmentalists have descended upon the Big Apple for the weekend’s festivities, standing side by side with Indigenous Peoples to prepare for the People’s Climate March on Septem...
A Tale of Two Contacts: The Government Approach to Isolated Peoples
Felipe Milanez and Glenn Shepard
ICTMN recently reported on the story of the Mashco-Piro, the most recent isolated peoples to make contact with the outside world, most of which according to FENAMAD is through what...
Will Scotland Go independent? And, if Yes, Is This a Future for Tribal Nations?
What about Scotland? Will it vote to remain a part of the United Kingdom or go its own way? And, could this be a future for tribal nations?...
From Head-Ball to Hunter-Gatherers: The True Story of the Mashco-Piro
Felipe Milanez and Glenn Shepard
ICTMN recently reported on the discovery by FENAMAD during a patrol that tourism boats were leaving clothing and food behind for the Mashco-Piro people...
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