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The Week That Was, October 5, 2015
Well For Culture: Elder Fitness, Yoga
Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power
The Pope & When Genocide Isn't Genocide
1st US Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
Indigenous Earthquake Tales Validated
Skins:Forced Sterilizations Native Women
Thank Indians for Latest Superfood
NMAI Profile: Bruce Whiteman Jr.
Fundamentalism II: God Loves Genocide
Jewell Big Week: Pope, Solarthon & $25K
Why'd the Rez Chicken Cross the Road?
Bristol Bay's Stunning Wild Salmon Run
Houska: 'The Green Inferno': Lousy Film
BC Tourism Links Cultures, Creates Jobs
Cultural Tourism Is a Growing Topic
Pol Disses Pope; Pope Disses Indians
OU Pres Supports Native Programs
Memorial for Jess Sixkiller
The Sale of Yucca Mountain Was an Attack
Thing About Skins
Indigenous Leaders Meet About Health Care
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...
Peru Takes Action Against Illegal Gold Miners, Upsetting Natives
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...
IFAD Established Indigenous Forum to Tap Traditional Knowledge of Sustainable Farming
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...
Aboriginal Art Exhibit One of a Kind in Winnipeg
If Winnipeg has anything to say about it, aboriginal art has Arrived with a capital A...
Bolivia’s President Says Chewing Coca Is an Indigenous Right
Bolivian President Evo Morales has vowed that his country will continue to fight for international recognition of Bolivians' right to chew the coca leaf...
Australian Football League Takes Racism Stand to U.N.
The Australian Football League (AFL), the governing body of Australian rules football, is sending one of their greats, Andrew McLeod, to the United Nations to represent them in Gen...
Residential Schools Commemoration Proposals Sought
What happens when children are ripped from their parents and loving home environment, sent to live in boarding schools with strangers hundreds or thousands of miles away and forced...
Indigenous Guatemalans Face Poverty, Discrimination
Three years into President Álvaro Colom’s reign, Guatemala's indigenous people still suffer from malnourishment and poverty -- problems the country's natives commonly blame on gove...
Caribou Is the Canary in the Coal Mine
Global warming and a rush to exploit the natural resources of the Arctic are killing off Caribou herds, which is bad news for them, for the indigenous peoples who share their lands...
Indigenous Voices Rise in Cancun Climate Talks
From solutions to protests, indigenous groups from all over the world made their voices heard at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP) that took place in Cancun throug...
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