ICTMN Staff
5/12/11
Photo by Harvey Finkle The indigenous people of San Mateo Ozolco, a small town in the state of Puebla, Mexico tend to fields of blue corn near an active volcano for a meager $7 a d...
Valerie Taliman
5/16/11
When indigenous leaders first visited the United Nations offices in Geneva, Switzerland in 1977, they were seeking justice and a fair forum for the many treaty and human-rights vio...
Annie Murphy
5/18/11
Peru’s economy has been thriving for the past decade, with growth reaching an estimated nine percent last year...
ICTMN Staff
4/27/11
For one Warao indigenous community in Venezuela the last 13 days have been filled with health issues...
Rick Kearns
4/15/11
Close to 20,000 people in Puerto Rico identified themselves as “American Indian” in the 2010 U.S...
ICTMN Staff
4/14/11
For American Indians, First Nations, indigenous and aboriginal communities throughout the world the relationship with Mother Earth has always been strong...
ICTMN Staff
4/13/11
Education awareness for indigenous Australians has been increased recently as some institutions have begun creating leadership posts in hopes of increasing the numbers of indigenou...
ICTMN Staff
4/12/11
Health care for indigenous in Brazil can be related in ways like health care services in the United States for American Indians. The quality is lacking...
Renzo Pipoli
3/3/11
Peru made its boldest move ever against illegal gold mining in mid-February by sending 1,500 troops in a combined army-police -navy operative aimed at destroying dredges but had to...
ICTMN Staff
2/20/11
Following a two-day workshop in Rome, Italy, the United Nations announced a new forum for the voices of the world’s 370 million self-identified indigenous people, who speak more th...

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