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Protecting Its River and Its People
Fundraising Lesson Learned at St. Joe's
The American Indian Hall of Fame Finds a
Abuse and Neglect on the Rez
Internet Access Will Be a Game-Changer
Merida Guilty in Choctaw Corruption Case
The Week That Was
Thanks for Kids Dinner
10 Domestic Violence Warning Signs
Domestic Violence: One Writer's Story
Outrage: Human Rights Violations
NMAI Profile: Ponka-We Victors
Environmentalists: Congress' Enemy #1
National Center, DOE Sign MOU
Gaming Vendors Target Social Media
Who Discovered Whom?
5 Pow Wows Before Thanksgiving
Pokagon Launches New Health Center
Video: Elder Talks of ‘Old-Time Indians’
Rosebud Leader Speaks on Keystone
Thing About Skins
Murderous Drug Traffickers Force Isolated Group in Amazon to Make Contact
Felipe Milanez and Glenn Shepard
The same group of red-painted indigenous warriors famously photographed in 2008 aiming arrows at the photographer’s aircraft now tell their own story: the story of massacre and suf...
South Africa Recognizes Land Rights of the Khoi and San Peoples
The South African government recently announced it is working on policy that would allow Khoi and San peoples to lodge land claims prior to the 1913 cut off date...
Roadkill: 'Indians in This State are Not Even Worth a Traffic Sign'
After eight Guarani were run over and killed, public prosecutors are seeking $630,000 (1.4 million reals) from the Brazilian government for damages and the installation of road sig...
Uncontacted Peoples Forced to Flee Peru as More Trouble Awaits
Fleeing illegal loggers in the Peruvian Amazon, a group of previously uncontacted indigenous people appeared in Brazil in late June just days after indigenous rights organizations ...
Mexico Must Pay Indigenous Woman Wrongly Jailed for Kidnapping Federal Agents
In late May, for the first time in Mexican legal history, a high court ordered the government to pay damages and to issue a public apology for illegally imprisoning an indigenous w...
Remote Amazonian Villages in Peru Lack Schools, Teachers
Before dawn on school days, about a dozen Urarina children climb out of mosquito nets, dress and leave this tiny village for the muddy, nearly 90-minute trek to school in the neare...
It’s About Time! Indigenous Recognition Added to El Salvador Constitution
Salvadoran leaders passed a constitutional reform in June that officially recognizes Indigenous Peoples and compels the nation to adopt policies that will support the ethnic and cu...
Feuding in Cape Town: Indigenous Community Split Over Land Occupation
The recent occupation of a piece of land in the city of Cape Town in South Africa by Khoisan activists has appeared to rupture a fault line in the local community of indigenous peo...
Bad Wind Energy: When Built Illegally & Harming Indigenous Communities
Indigenous communities in Chiapas are fighting against large wind energy projects by asserting their rights to their communal lands; activists say the communities were not consulte...
Africa’s Indigenous Fighting a Global Issue – Land Rights
The slowdown of land rights recognition has become a global issue, nowhere more so than in sub-Saharan Africa where a new report by the Rights and Resources Initiative has found th...
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