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Remembering Iconic Leader Elijah Harper, Two Years On
It was two years ago this week that Elijah Harper, an Ojibwa-Cree who was destined to sway Canadian history, walked on...
Aboriginal Education and Rights Leader Marie Smallface Marule Walks On
She was the first woman from the Blood Reserve to earn a post-secondary education, graduating from the University of Alberta in 1966 with a Bachelor’s Degree in sociology and anthr...
Scathing Report on Indigenous Rights From Amnesty International
It’s no secret that Indigenous Peoples’ rights are trampled on daily, be it by land, discrimination or pollution, but Amnesty International has spelled it out in a scathing new rep...
ICTMN Exclusive: A Conversation With 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee James Anaya
Last week in Geneva, James Anaya, The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, discovered from a colleague that he had been nominated for the Nobel Pe...
New Aboriginal Magazine Challenges Racism
Indigenous issues are as strong in Australia as they are in the United States, and now there is a new magazine geared towards aboriginal rights...