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NMAI Profile: Robert J. Welch Jr.
Marijuana Is Not Harmless
Miss Indian World to End Reign
NMAI Profile: Robert James Super
Photo: Cutest Pow Wow Kid of the Week
It’s Time for Asparagus
Fawn Sharp Re-Elected Quinault President
A Conversation at a Washington Game
'Marlon Brando,' Hip Hop by Gyasi Ross
NB3 Foundation Gifts $80,000
10 MORE Signs You May Be Native
Corgi Orgy; North Pole Walk
4 Ways to Show Support for Mauna Kea
Harjo to be Honored With Homecoming
The Fight to Stop Seismic Slaughter
Jude Schimmel Not Drafted
‘Can-Do’ Attitude Raises Hopes
Blending Modern and Traditional Medicine
Indigenous Wayuu Children Dying
Song of Sophomores II
Thing About Skins
Bangladesh Government Looking to Drop ‘Indigenous Peoples’ for ‘Ethnic Minorities’
Government officials in Bangladesh have come to a cross roads with the latest move by the current government to possibly remove the word “indigenous” from official documents in rel...
British Auction House Pulls Aboriginal Stone
A “Tjuringa,” a delicately etched flat stone, recently up for auction through the Canterbury Auction Galleries was pulled August 7 after it’s inclusion caused outrage...
Indigenous Peoples Discuss Human Rights with European Parliament
Indigenous Peoples in Guatemala and Colombia met with members of the European Parliament in June where they shared their concerns on human rights violations, labor rights and the i...
Fighting to Stay on Their Land: The Maya Q’Eqchi of Guatemala
One Mayan community in Guatemala is fighting for its right to stay on its own land, and they are looking for support from other Indigenous Peoples also...
One Small Step for Indigenouskind
The Peruvian Congress unanimously approved a law August 23 described by Amazon Native leaders as one rare, significant advance for the protection of Natives and their territories...
Controversy in Ethiopia Puts Indigenous Peoples in the Middle
A tug of war between the Ethiopian government and human rights activists has spurred a tense standoff between the two groups, which onlookers warn is the result of opposing develop...
Papua New Guinea’s Coconut Revolution
The people of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea have been fighting in what has become known as the first eco-revolution in the world...
Human Zoo: For Centuries, Indigenous Peoples Were Displayed as Novelties
In 1893 a group of indigenous Aymara Bolivian men traveled to the United States so that they could be put on display at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair Columbian Exposition, which ce...
Controversy Stirs Over Television Series on a Peruvian Tribe
A reality television series filmed in Machiguenga communities in the Peruvian Amazon misrepresented the tribe and reinforced stereotypes, says an anthropologist who has studied the...
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...
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