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Tropical Islands and Traditional Culture in Guna Yala, Panama
As the boat carried our group from a coastal airstrip in eastern Panama to the Yandup Island Lodge, in the autonomous territory of the Guna Indians, I admired the timeless beauty o...
Video: Indigenous Marchers Camped in La Paz, Seek Meeting With Evo Morales
More than 1,000 indigenous marchers entered the Bolivian city of La Paz on June 27, after a police strike that delayed the march ended early in the morning...
Mexico's Popocatépetl Seen From Space
The Popocatépetl volcano (the word is Aztec for "smoking mountain") has been spewing ash, rocks and other material for nearly two weeks now, so prominently that a NASA satellite ca...
ICTMN Halloween Classic: Were Salem’s Male Witches Victims of Politics?
Gale Courey Toensing
The epidemic of witchcraft hysteria which broke out in Salem, Massachusetts at the end of the 17 th century was as virulent as the scourge of smallpox that had decimated the Indige...
Bolivia’s TIPNIS Indigenous Marchers Successful
This week hundreds of indigenous Bolivians returned home after successfully pushing the government of President Evo Morales to ban a highway that would have bisected the National P...
Bolivian Police Fire Tear Gas at Indigenous Protesters (Update)
UPDATE September 27, 2011: Bolivia's President Evo Morales has frozen construction on a road that would cut through the National Park and Indigenous Territory Isiboro-Secure (TIPNI...
Indigenous Bolivians March Against Highway
On August 15 several hundred people from lowland Bolivia began a 350 mile, month long march toward the government’s seat in La Paz to protest a highway that will cut through a larg...
Canada Marks Third Anniversary of Residential Schools Apology
First Nations, Métis and Inuit today are marking the third anniversary of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's June 11, 2008, formal apology to their peoples for Canada's 150-year-long ...
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