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Marchers Reached Ecuador Capitol on World Water Day
March 24, 2012
Demonstrators who marched for two weeks from the province of Zamora Chinchipe in southern Ecuador reached Quito, the country’s capital, on March 22, where they were joined by thous...
Earthquake Started in Indigenous Regions of Mexico
March 24, 2012
The epicenter of the 7.4 magnitude earthquake that rumbled through Mexico on March 20 was in the heavily indigenous regions of Oaxaca and Guerrero...
One Indigenous Among Three Killed in Peru’s March 14 Protests
March 18, 2012
A Shipibo man was one of three people killed March 14 in Puerto Maldonado, in Peru’s southeastern Amazon region, during a protest against new laws designed to control wildcat gold ...
Claiming Intellectual Property a Tough Debate for Indigenous Peoples
March 16, 2012
Indigenous intellectual property has over the years provoked a fierce debate between governments, first nation peoples and corporates about who should benefit most from the spoils ...
Hundreds March in Ecuador for Water Safeguards and Mining Protests
March 14, 2012
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
March 10, 2012
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
March 01, 2012
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...
Leap Year Day: Trickstering and Proposing
February 29, 2012
It’s Leap Year Day, February 29, giving some people an elusive birthday and others the chance to ask their beau for a ring...
Indigenous Peoples of Peru March in Protest of Mines
February 11, 2012
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
February 10, 2012
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...
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