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Moya-Smith: Bigotry, Bad Eggs & Bismarck
How Northwest Tribes Beat Fossil Fuel
The Unusual Northwest Area Foundation
Secretary Jewell Visits Acoma Pueblo
Gov't Act Will Benefit Native Children
8 Indian Country Movies w/ Sports Love
Trudeau Gets Standing Ovation at AFN
Seminoles Continue Payouts to Florida
Video: Oren Lyons at Standing Rock
Bumbling Beavers; Rampaging Jackasses
Standing Rock Tribe Defied History
American Indian Artist Shows Courage
What Trump Holds for Indigenous Nations
Rincon Band Opens SoCal Casino Brewery
N.D.'s Brutal Actions at Standing Rock
Veterans Ask for Forgiveness and Healing
Weathering the Storm at Standing Rock
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Objections to New York Times Op-Ed
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Thing About Skins
Indigenous Woman Will Run to Be Mexico’s Next President
Activists in Mexico intend to endorse an indigenous woman...
Trump’s Climate Plans Look Stormy
For those concerned about the planet’s rising temperature...
‘Day of Sober Reckoning’: The US Election and the Inherent Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Editor’s note: The International Indian Treaty Council (...
Racist of the Year: Botswana President Noses Out Trump for Persecution of Bushmen
The Racist of the Year 2016 Award goes to President Ian...
Culinary Diplomats: Chefs Take Native Ancestral Foods to Russia
Although one would not normally consider food being a...
Politicians Feel the Heat From Rising Temperatures
Voters who feel good about life—whether it is to do with...
The Amazon's Pirahã People's Secret to Happiness: Never Talk of the Past or Future
In 1977, Daniel Everett came to Amazonia to live among the Pirahãs. He came to convert them; instead, they converted him...
Video From the Wisdom Keepers Gathering, and a Water Prayer Personified
June 21 was National Aboriginal Day in Canada, as well as the first full day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, a fitting day for the Turtle Lodge’s call to prayer for water...
The US Bears Responsibility for Killing Innocents in Ahuas, Honduras; We Demand Justice
Over a month ago, the Patuca River, which runs through the heart of Honduras’ Afro-indigenous Moskitia region, turned red with the blood of the Miskito people...
Dairy Farms Prospered in Once-Lush Sahara
Picture the Sahara desert. Now picture it filled with herders milking cattle. Hard to believe, right?...
Indigenous v. Indigenous; Bolivia’s Government Is Pitting One Community Against Another
With a second cross-country protest march by indigenous rainforest dwellers and their allies advancing on La Paz, it was clear that Bolivia’s Indigenous Peoples are divided on Pres...
An Economist Explores the Unintended Consequences of Man's Quest for Short-Term Gains from 1493 to Today
In a column today on globalresearch.ca, Biodiversity and the Environment: Silent Spring For Us? , Dr...
Rio+20 Reiterates Tipping Point Warnings; Progress 'Too Slow,' Ban Ki-moon Says
As the Rio+20 United Nations sustainable development summit opened in Rio de Janeiro on June 20, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that progress against environment...
Rock Art in Australia Shows How Advanced Indigenous Communities Were
Experts said Monday, June 18 that they were able to date aboriginal rock art found in remote Australia at 28,000 years old, putting it among some of the world’s oldest, and making ...
Video: Summer Solstice Ushered in at Ancient Sites
From Stonehenge to solar flares online, the summer solstice hits the Northern Hemisphere on June 20. At precisely 11:08 p.m...
Pulitzer Prize Winner Alice Walker Declines to Publish The Color Purple in Israel, Awaits a 'Just Future'
Gale Courey Toensing
Author, poet and human rights activist Alice Walker has declined an offer to publish her Pulitzer Prize–winning novel The Color Purple in Israel because the country is “an Aparthei...
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