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Chickasaws Adapt to Modern Storytelling
Pamunkey Fed Rec: ‘a Long Time Coming’
Open Letter From Indigenous Scholars
Native Presence in PBS Online Film Fest
Graduation Day for Lummi Students
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'Taking the First Step to Peace of Mind'
American Revolution a Big Mistake: Vox
Thousands Flee Saskatchewan Wildfires
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Native Footballers Take the Field
Pueblo Comic Book Heroes of 'Tewa Tales'
CRYPs Garden Evolving Into Micro Farm
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Toward the Liberation of Our Nations
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The Week That Was
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Huitoto Tribe in Colombia Teaches its Native Language
The Huitoto Tribe, from the thick forest of the Amazon rainforest in Colombia, are working to teach its children the Huitoto language...
Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Undermined According to Amnesty International
Indigenous Peoples continue to live in hardship and danger according to this video interview with an Amnesty International Director...
James Anaya on Protecting Indigenous Culture and Life
In this video, United Nations Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, James Anaya discusses the cultures of the indigenous people and being threatened and ways to help prot...
Uncontacted Tribe in Brazil Missing After Drug Traffickers Invade Area
The Brazilian government sent security forces to a remote area near the border with Peru after armed men attacked a guard post set up to protect indigenous people living in isolati...
Sarayaku’s Fight for the Survival of Their Culture
María Clara Valencia
Keeping land free of big scale oil companies is the fight, the indgenous community Kichwa Sarayaku (Tayjasaruta) has maintained since the 1990s...
Mapuche Students Fight for an Indigenous University in Chile
Mapuche students in Chile have brought the issue of a Mapuche University with a focus on indigenous knowledge and history to the attention of the entire nation, and garnered suppor...
Protecting Identity and Art: 17 Years of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples
That someone will copy or even steal an idea is something most artists have to contend with. But with Indigenous artists, the risk may be even higher...
Asia Indigenous Hearing: McGovern Renews Call for More Active U.S. Embassies
Confronted with testimony of yet another vast continent’s atrocities against Indigenous Peoples, Rep. James McGovern again resorted to the potential role of U.S...
Indigenous Rights Programme in Southern Africa Announced to Mixed Reactions
A new Indigenous Rights Programme aimed at advancing the rights of indigenous and local people in Southern Africa has attracted mixed reaction from the very people it intends to re...
Brazil’s Indigenous Imbira People: The Earth, Life and Water are Life, Not Money
“We indigenous communities are saying, look at the sky, it’s changing, the sun is changing, the rain is changing”, says Davi Kopenawa Yanomami, president of Hutukara Yanomami Assoc...
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