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Indigenous in Ecuador Struggle to Get Chevron to Pay Up on $9.5 Billion in Damages
Their land still saturated with goop, indigenous groups in...
Indigenous Rights Get Little Mention In Climate Agreement
Indigenous groups called for international climate change...
Relief at a Stiff Price III: Going the Way of Chocolate
Maca, known to botanists as Lepidium meyenii, was first...
Navajo Nation Buys Back 7 Sacred Masks at Controversial Parisian Auction
In what has become an all-too-familiar and all-too-...
Relief at a Stiff Price II: Singing the Bear Song
Yona—in English, Bear—is said to be important among the 4-...
Greenpeace Apologizes for Wrecking Nazca Lines as Peru Prepares Criminal Charges
The glaring yellow letters, urging respect for the...
Modern Day Maori Warriors Help New Zealand Capture World Cup in Rugby
More than 61,000 fans stuffed New Zealand’s Eden Park stadium on October 23 for the Rugby World Cup Final between the home nation and France...
Brazil: Guarani Leader Slain by Masked Gunmen
A hit squad of some 40 masked gunmen on November 18 executed a cacique or traditional leader of Brazil’s Kaiowa-Guarani people...
Legislative Bills, Turkish Business Could Help Tribal Economic Development
The House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs held a hearing on November 3 to discuss legislation that would spur economic activity and create jobs o...
Aboriginals Mark First Anniversary of Canada UNDRIP Signing
November 12 marked the one-year anniversary of Canada's signing of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), and aboriginal and Canadian leaders ...
Paraguay’s Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Slowly Improving
On a recent visit to Paraguay , Kyung-wha Kang, UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, noted that the government has made progress to protect and respect Indigenous Peoples’...
Hundreds of Indigenous Protest Belo Monte Dam, Brazilian Government Boycotts Talks
UPDATED, NOVEMBER 10, 2011: A Brazilian court on November 9, ruled that indigenous communities do not have the right to free, prior and informed consultation in regards to the Belo...
Cave Paintings of Leopard-Spotted Horses Were True-to-Life
Prehistoric painters were most likely not taking creative license when they illustrated leopard-spotted horses on the walls of a cave in Pech-Merle, France some 25,000 years ago, r...
Colombia's Cofán People Struggle Against Being Squeezed Out of Territory
In a case reminiscent of the movie Avatar, a tree symbolic to the Cofán people of southern Colombia is threatened by construction of a military base...
Indigenous Sights from the 2011 New York City Marathon
It was a gloriously beautiful day for the New York City Marathon on Sunday, November 6th...
Iceberg Calving in Antarctica
An 18-mile-long crack, 400 feet deep, has formed in the Antarctic ice, NASA reports...
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