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Indigenous Anarchist Klee Benally In Paris
Klee Benally is a Diné musician, traditional dancer, filmmaker, silversmith and well-known Indigenous anarchist who was in Paris recently to perform a few concerts, and present his...
Paris Auction Update: Acoma Shield Pulled, Attendance Low Amid Protests
The Eve Auction house in Paris reportedly pulled a Sacred Acoma Pueblo shield after reports that the item may have been stolen back in the 1970’s...
NAGPRA Fails to Stop Loss of Sacred Objects in Paris
“We had never heard of the Paris auctions,” said Leigh Kuwanwisiwma, of the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office...
Paris Agreement 1.5° C Climate Limit Denounced by Indigenous as the Red Line to Catastrophe
An alliance of indigenous and global and U.S. grassroots leaders commemorated Earth Day by denouncing the historic Paris Agreement for its silence on fossil fuel...
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez: Teen Hip-Hop Activist Sees Global Youth Movement Afoot
Xiuhtezcatl received his Nahuatl name through his Elders, in the Mexican Mexica tradition of his father...
Houska: Government Promises, COP21, and People's Power
Ask any tribe in North America what they think about promises from a governmental body. Then take a look at the recent climate change agreement coming out of Paris, France...
Diné Waleha Johns Crashes a Sacred Artifacts Auction in Paris, in Regalia
It has become a heartbreakingly familiar scenario: dozens of sacred Native American items on the auction block...
Climate Change and the Seventh Generation: Navajo Environmentalist Ann Marie Chischilly at COP21
The huge Native presence at the United Nations COP 21 climate talks in Paris was in line with the intimate relationship that these diverse cultures have with the environment...
Equator Prizes Put Heroic Indigenous Enterprises on the Map
A million acres of traditional land regained. A successful fight against a dam project that would have decimated sacred territory...
Indigenous Peoples’ Caucus Focuses on Setbacks at COP21 as Agreement Moves to Final Negotiations
Indigenous Peoples lobbied participating countries at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP21) in Paris to adopt a strong human rights approach and take into conside...
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