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Drought Disaster in Four AZ Counties
Payday Loan Lenders Hurting Natives
Throwback: Tony Duncan and Bret Michaels
CA Students Research Fed Rec & Water
NCAI President Wears Patriots Jersey
Miss Indian World Pageant Gearing Up
Start Eating Paleo Today With Beef Stew
Who Was the Lone Woman of San Nicolas?
NMAI Profile: Lisa Johnson-Billy
Indigenous Views: Hickeys and Cleavage
Blue Stone: Built on Client Success
Fashion Exploiting Native Wear Is Racist
Navajo Nation Could Lose Housing Money
Smallest Full Moon of Year March 5
Native Rockers in Spotlight at SXSW
Keystone XL Override Fails
Tribes Bringing Internet to Remote Homes
Partnering for Conservation Benefits
AMERIND to Host Golf Fundraiser
Whales of Noepe Remain Important
Thing About Skins
10,000 Indigenous Participate in Bolivia’s Vibrant Spectacle – Entrada de Anata
Carnaval in Oruro, Bolivia is one of South America’s...
Environmental Wisdom: Keeping Indigenous Stories Alive
"Long ago, when animals were gente..." Those words, uttered...
A Model Forest? Regional Park Balances Local Needs and Conservation
For Alfredo Rojas, the history of the remote villages along...
Indigenous Territories Play Dual Role As Homelands and Protected Areas
Indigenous communities claim—and scientific evidence...
Essays on Indigenous Intellectuals in Latin America Wins International Prize
The increasing influence of indigenous intellectuals in...
UNPFII Mourns Loss of Sister and Predecessor Tonya Gonnella Frichner
On behalf of all of the Expert Members of the UN Permanent...
Merry, Tarry Christmas: Canada Exits Kyoto
It's official: Canada will not renew its commitment to the Kyoto Protocol to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in 2012 when the existing agreement expires, becoming the first country...
Día de Guadalupe: Celebrating the Indigenous Virgin Mary
Thousands of Mexicans flocked to the Basilica de Guadalupe on December 12 for the annual homage to the Virgin of Guadalupe, who it is said appeared to the Aztec peasant Juan Diego ...
Mexico Quake Kills 3 in Guerrero State, Rattles Nation's Capital
Three people are reported dead in Mexico's Guerrero state in a 6.5-magnitude earthquake that rattled residents from Acapulco to Mexico City...
Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers to Trek Trail of Tears With Australian Horse Trainer
Update: ICTMN has received confirmation that the grandmothers themselves will not be going on this trek, more information to come...
El-Qaddafi Son’s Alleged Canadian Smuggler Had Attawapiskat on Her Resume
The Canadian woman who was allegedly behind a plot to smuggle the son of Muammar el-Qaddafi, the deceased Libyan dictator, into Mexico is a consultant for a business with First Nat...
Oil Discovery in Ecuador Prompts Plan to Protect Indigenous Territories
Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park is one of the richest places on earth, with a wealth of flora and fauna—some found nowhere else on the planet—in its forests, and an estimated 850 mi...
No Indian ID Law Being Proposed in the Dominican Republic
Dominicans of Taino heritage will no longer be able to indicate their ethnicity on their national ID card if a new electoral law goes into effect...
Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week Kicks Off With World AIDS Day
Across the globe, health groups are striving to bring awareness of the scourges of HIV and AIDS in this 30th year of the first documented case...
Canada Racks Up Fossil Awards in Durban as Rumors of Kyoto Withdrawal Swirl
As rumors swirled about Canada's potential withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions, the nation continued its Fossil Award–winning sweep at the COP17 talks in...
Uncontacted Tribes: An Adventure in Non-Discovery
Uncontacted But Not Unbowed: 'Arrow People' Guard the Rainforest; Book Review The advance of “civilization” has not been kind to indigenous people in Amazonia...
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