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Murder and Protest in Brazil Reveal Threats Faced by Natives
A protest last week in Brazil’s capital and recent acts of violence against indigenous leaders serve as grim reminders of the deprivation and danger that many Native Brazilians fac...
Indigenous Leader of Protests Arrested Again in Honduras, New Charges
Honduran authorities have jailed indigenous leader Bertha Cáceres , Director of the Council of Indigenous and Popular Organizations of Honduras (COPINH), while she awaits trial on ...
Arrested Honduran Indigenous Leader Promises More Mega Projects Protests
The struggle of the Lenca people of Honduras to prevent the building of a mega project on their territory is part of a larger fight against the illegal sale of indigenous territory...
Indigenous Leaders Sign Agreement With Government for Consultation on TIPNIS Highway
UPDATED JULY 9, 2012: Marchers who walked for two months to reach Bolivian President Evo Morales' doorstep in protest of a road that would cut through the National Park and Indigen...
Indigenous Delay March as Police Strike Grips Bolivia
Update June 27, 2012: More than 1,000 indigenous marchers entered the Bolivian city of La Paz today, after a police strike that delayed the march ended early in the morning...
Massive Indigenous Protest in Panama Spurs Accord With Government
Indigenous protestors and the Panamanian Government reached an accord on February 7 to halt massive nationwide protests against mining and development laws that had shut down a maj...
Peru Confrontations Leave Three Dead, Police Averts Massacre
Confrontations between a group of some 1,200 police who had been deployed to try to contain growing popular unrest and some 4,000 farmers who opposed a copper mine project left thr...
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...
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...
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