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The Week That Was: May 1, 2016
Navajo Modern Day Trading Post
Native Suicide: Intergenerational Trauma
Kinship and Tribal Nations
N8V Writers Selected for LA Writers Lab
Songs for Water Raise Money for Walks
NMAI Profile: Jim Taylor
I Do Not Enjoy The Spring
Marika Trujillo Crowned Miss Indian UNM
Clinton: Trump 'Off the Reservation'
Colorado Senate Slated to Kill Bill
Musician Tony Enos: Welcoming 2 Spirits
Manning: A Bitter Sweet Anniversary
Pump You Up! Native Men Empowered in NM
Toronto 2nd City Hosting Diversity Wknd
Protecting 1.7mn Acres Near Grand Canyon
Tunica-Biloxi Tribe Hires MTGA
Homeless Kitty; Sleepless Prince
Diabetic Wound Care in Cuba
Poems on Birth, Death & Pawnee Cosmology
Thing About Skins
Hundreds March in Ecuador for Water Safeguards and Mining Protests
Hundreds of demonstrators – both indigenous people and members of the political opposition – began a two-week march from Ecuador’s southern Amazonian region to Quito on March 8 to ...
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...
Indigenous South African Tea Proving to Be a Health Remedy
For centuries, the people of the southernmost region of Africa have sipped a distinct red colored herbal tea and sworn by its soothing and healing properties...
Indigenous Peoples of Peru March in Protest of Mines
A caravan of about 700 people from Peru’s northern Cajamarca region arrived in Lima, the capital, on February 9, at the end of a nine-day journey to protest a mine they said would ...
Indigenous Leaders Call for Ecuador Government to Stop Oil Leasing Plans
Indigenous leaders from Ecuador’s Amazonian lowlands are calling for the government to drop plans to auction 21 leases near the Peruvian border for oil drilling...
Massive Indigenous Protest in Panama Spurs Accord With Government
Indigenous protestors and the Panamanian Government reached an accord on February 7 to halt massive nationwide protests against mining and development laws that had shut down a maj...
Police Linked to ‘Human Safaris’ in Latest Video
When a video hit the Internet recently of tourists offering food to members of the indigenous Jarawa Tribe on the Andaman Islands in India as a reward for their dancing, attention ...
Australian PM Gillard Escorted Away From Indigenous Rights Protestors
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard made an early exit along with opposition leader Tony Abbott from an awards ceremony being held on Australia’s National Day Thursday as prote...
Looking Ahead to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
In a little more than three months, thousands of Indigenous Peoples from across the world will converge on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York for the United Nations Permane...
Indigenous Woman Attorney is Bolivia’s First President of its New Magistrates Council
Bolivia’s new president of the Magistrates' Council, the judicial body that provides administrative and disciplinary supervision of the judges and magistrates in the country, is in...
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