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Reflections of a ‘Normal’ Election?
The Week That Was: October 23, 2016
10 Pics: Fashion Show Benefits Immersion
Native Credit Scores Getting Better!
Are We Ignoring Our Native Elders?
Grow Up, Donald and Little Billy
Burning Track at Cocopah Tribe Speedway
Indigenous Push for Peace in Colombia
Chickasaw Nation, EPA Sign Pact
The GOP Case for Tribal Sovereignty
Christian Dominionism at the Root of Law
DiCaprio Doc Brings Climate Change Home
Sundance Calling 4 Fellowship Applicants
Native Humor: 13 #NoDAPL Memes & Comics
Shailene Woodley Defends NoDAPL
Penalty for Company on Yakama Rez
Angela Heikes to Lead SMSC Gaming
Indian Fighting; Marble Custer
Tribes to Partner with Feds
No Criminal Charges on Gold King Mine
Thing About Skins
Redford Hopes Obama Will Grant Peltier Pardon
Leonard Peltier turns 70 next year, and continues to be held in the maximum security wing of the Coleman Federal Penitentiary in Florida as what many consider to be a political pri...
Tauli-Corpuz Named UN Special Rapporteur, Replacing James Anaya
A Filipino indigenous leader and activist has been named Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples by the United Nations...
Kenya’s Conservation Efforts Evicting Sengwer Tribe From Forest Homes
The controversy raging over the displacement of Indigenous Peoples in Embobut forest in Kenya continues, after new reports that the rehabilitation of the forest is going ahead...
Panamanian Indigenous Fight Back Against Threatened Eviction
Indigenous leaders in Panama have answered an eviction order with an ultimatum...
ICTMN Exclusive: A Conversation With 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee James Anaya
Last week in Geneva, James Anaya, The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, discovered from a colleague that he had been nominated for the Nobel Pe...
Highest Deforestation Rates Affecting Paraguay’s Uncontacted Natives
Agro-industrial development is putting intense pressure on the Chaco woodlands of Bolivia, Argentina, and especially, Paraguay...
United Nations Special Rapporteur James Anaya Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
James Anaya, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, a Norwegian newspaper has reported...
Anaya’s Visit to Peltier Boosts Clemency Efforts
Gale Courey Toensing
James Anaya, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, made a historic visit to American Indian Movement member Leonard Peltier in prison on Friday...
Anaya Says Indigenous Consultation in Peru Is ‘Incipient’
Peru’s ability to consult Indigenous Peoples about laws and development projects affecting them is still “incipient,” although the country has made progress since protests over nat...
Thousands Gather Worldwide at More Than 200 Vigils for Indigenous Women Missing or Murdered in Canada
Across Canada today, thousands are gathering to honor the legions of indigenous women whose murders or disappearances have gone unsolved...
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