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Native American Man Was Set on Fire
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Sen. Tester Hears Tribal Concerns About Snoqualmie Falls
United States Senator Jon Tester (D-MT), vice chair of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, visited the Snoqualmie Falls with members of the Snoqualmie Tribal Council on March 2...
Resistance As Promised, Panamanian Indigenous Continue to Protest
Ngöbe-Buglé leaders promised to increase their resistance on the national stage and in the courts in Panama; part of that promise came to fruition in April...
Panamanian Indigenous Fight Back Against Threatened Eviction
Indigenous leaders in Panama have answered an eviction order with an ultimatum...
Murdered Kids: Did Hydro Plant Thugs Attempt Assassination of Activist?
The murder of two Mayan children by an employee of a contested hydroelectric plant sparked a lynching in Guatemala and activists are now calling for protection and help in seeking ...
International Labor Organization Concerned With Lack of Indigenous Input on Belo Monte
Continued construction of the Belo Monte dam, a huge and controversial hydroelectric plant on Brazil’s Xingú River raised red flags for a committee of experts from the Internationa...