Philip Burnham
5/13/03
Once again, there's trouble in Chiapas...
Rebecca L Adamson
5/13/03
It has long been understood that corporations and their bedfellows - the respective government for wherever company operations reside - want unfettered exploitation of indigenous t...
John Mohawk
5/12/03
When the Spanish first arrived in the Caribbean over 500 years ago, the idea that indigenous peoples might possess rights and notions about what those rights might be was given sca...
Editors Report
5/12/03
The world's indigenous peoples converge this week in New York for the United Nations Second Session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues...
Bill Weinberg
5/12/03
NEW YORK - The UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues holds its second session the week of May 12 in New York, a year after the body's first meeting...
Bill Weinberg
5/12/03
The Maya Indian rebels of the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN) in Mexico's southern state of Chiapas won international attention with their New Year's 1994 uprising - laun...
Bill Weinberg
5/12/03
Nowhere have indigenous movements made their power felt in national politics as in Ecuador...
Mark Fogarty
5/9/03
NEW YORK - The United States remains the only major country not to have ratified a United Nations document asserting cultural, religious and language rights for the children of ind...

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