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400 Years Later—Pocahontas Weds Again
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Judges Rule in Favor of SBT
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Colorful Easter Carpet Breaks Records
Militia: God Gave Land to Settlers
The Trees Danced for Us
Tribes in Court Over North Dakota Land
Remembering Good Friday Disasters
Kansas City to Host Tennis Championships
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NFL Franchise Channels Puritan Colonists
Trumpeter Swan Poachers Sentenced
Cherokee Nation Adds Millions to Housing
Locals Learning Emergency Response
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Racial Bullying Persists in NoCal
White House Honors Henry Red Cloud
USDA Offers Native Rural Business Grants
Thing About Skins
Ecuadorian Government Shuts Down Indigenous Advocate Organization
The Ecuadorian government shut down the non-profit Pachamama Foundation, which advocates on indigenous and environmental issues, on December 4...
Mayan Community in Guatemala Under Attack, Seeking Assistance
The burning and sacking of a Mayan community in Guatemala is continuing according to advocates who are seeking international support to address the problem...
An Oil Company in Peru & The Misleading Art of Commercial Deception
“Working in harmony with nature and the community” reads the front of a pamphlet I picked up at this year's Expo Amazonica in Iquitos...
Pope Francis Urged to Support Brazil’s Indigenous Peoples
Brazilian Bishops from nine states wrote a letter recently to Pope Francis in defense of indigenous and other people affected by massive hydroelectric projects, and the Pope quoted...
Sports, Education & Celebration: 12th Annual World Indigenous Games
It started with a sacred fire ceremony and lead to a variety of games, presentations and dialogues involving over 1,500 indigenous people from around the world...
Peruvian Cash Transfer Program Aids Indigenous Communities
A government incentive program that targets some of Peru’s economically poorest areas is helping to keep indigenous children in school, a new study has found...
Bolivia's New Coca Study Drops Estimate for Legal Demand
Bolivian farmers need to cultivate 57 square miles of the coca bush to satisfy the country's demand for traditional uses of the leaf, a figure significantly less than the roughly 9...
Rios Montt Trial Pushed to 2015, Human Rights Advocates Frustrated
Last week it was announced that former Guatemalan President Efrain Rios Montt would not be tried until January of 2015, pushing up the date from April of 2014, while families of th...
The Quinault Nation’s New Era of International Diplomacy
When it comes to the leadership of a tribal nation, size doesn’t matter...
Borneo Indigenous Blockade Mega Dam as Penan Struggle With Relocation
Indigenous activists in Malaysia have erected two strategic road blockades to prevent the construction of the 1,200 megawatt Baram Dam, the fourth planned as part of the Sarawak go...
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Kenya’s Conservation Efforts Evicting Sengwer Tribe From Forest Homes
A Call for Help; Paramilitary Death Squad Targeting Indigenous Leader
Travel Boycott Due to Indigenous Abuse Slow to Have an Effect
Tauli-Corpuz Named UN Special Rapporteur, Replacing James Anaya
After Contact, Isolated Groups Recover—But at High Cost
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