Note: This piece was adjusted on 10/21/14. The title of the...
The American Association of University Professors...
Among the 400 or more indigenous people who participated in...
A misused gift that Native cultures of Turtle Island shared...
Supporters of Bolivian President Evo Morales gathered...
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Rick Kearns
7/2/14
It was probably a gift from an Aztec Emperor to a conquistador, but it will have to stay in Austria...
Red Haircrow
7/2/14
The fight against Native mascots, stereotypes and caricatures have made recent headlines around the world as Native Americans continue attempts to educate others against the usage ...
Rick Kearns
6/30/14
Salvadoran leaders passed a constitutional reform in June that officially recognizes Indigenous Peoples and compels the nation to adopt policies that will support the ethnic and cu...
Sara Shahriari
6/29/14
The hands of the clock atop the building that houses Bolivia's congress are running backward, and all the numbers have been reversed...
Alex Ewen
6/27/14
In Part 2 of our exclusive series we looked at the mid-19th-century’s movement of science making a push to take over, and how the debate did not end, instead it only made it more c...

At the opening game of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, played in Sao Paulo on June 12, a 13-year-old Guarani boy raised a ba

Gale Courey Toensing
6/24/14
Describing violence against indigenous women and girls as a “global scourge,” Keith Harper, the United States ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Council, called on the w...
Linda Daniels
6/22/14
The recent occupation of a piece of land in the city of Cape Town in South Africa by Khoisan activists has appeared to rupture a fault line in the local community of indigenous peo...
Alex Ewen
6/20/14
In Part 1 of our exclusive series we examined how the discovery and examination of the ancient Mexican skeleton, Naia, has led scientists to once again rethink the origins of Ameri...
Michael Agresta, Michigan Tech
6/19/14
Environmental history professor Nancy Langston visited far northern Sweden to study the impact of a proposed open-pit mine on the indigenous Sámi people...

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