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Obama's Prayer for Permanent Peace
23rd Annual Zuni Festival of Arts
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I'm Not Your Indian Anymore: The AIM
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Open Letter to the FIL General Assembly
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Memorial Day at the Chickasaw Center
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Honoring Our Fallen Warriors
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Cherokee Fading Voices Demonstration Day
Things About Skins
Legendary Mexican Volcano Blanketing Indigenous Regions in Ash
April 20, 2012
UPDATED APRIL 21, 2012: As of late Friday the volcano started to shoot out burning rock fragments and gas...
Partial Victory for Ngöbe–Buglé in Panama
April 20, 2012
The indigenous Ngöbe–Buglé people of Panama will have more but not total control over resources in their territory if a newly proposed law goes into effect...
A Cup of Jo on the Go for Indigenous Communities
April 17, 2012
Imagine walking into the local coffee shop and ordering a cup of coffee made with ingredients from a local indigenous community or a tea with ingredients from another...
Pit River Tribe Endorses UNDRIP
April 10, 2012
The Pit River Tribe of Northern California became the third tribe to officially affirm the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, declaring in a tribal res...
Guatemala’s Mayans Take Their Demands to New Government
April 02, 2012
Lucas Garcia Pop, a 30-year-old Q’eqchi Mayan farmer, lost everything last year when he and his neighbors were evicted from Finca San Pablo Pomoxón, a sugar plantation in the Poloc...
Unfulfilled Promises of Prior Consultation for Brazilian Indigenous
March 31, 2012
Indigenous Peoples in Brazil are getting international and national support for their rights to be consulted about any projects or businesses to take place in their lands, but the ...
Bolivia TIPNIS Road Conflict Reignites
March 30, 2012
Five months after their 350-mile march ended in apparent victory, hundreds of people from Bolivia's eastern lowlands have decided to protest again...
Amnesty International Report Cites Human Rights Violations Along US-Mexico Border
March 28, 2012
Amnesty International recently released a report titled, " In Hostile Terrain: Human Rights Violations in Immigration Enforcement in the U.S...
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...
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