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Obama’s Legacy On the Line:Dakota Access
DAPL: Climate Justice Meets Racism
Cherokee Elder Talks Doll-Making
Fighting to Protect ‘Living Forests’
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Federal Agencies Seek Input From Tribes
Sacred Ground Sold to Dakota Access
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Atom Bombs, Rotting Pipe Lines
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Plastic Soup in the Pacific
Osage Language Program Receives Grant
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Anti-ICWA Suit Protest in Phoenix
Quapaw Member Transforms Tribal Health
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Revered Healer Suffering Behind Bars, Allies Call for Her Release
Mapuche activists are calling for the release from prison of Indigenous healer Machi Francisca Linconao, who has been suffering from severe medical problems and, according to Mapuc...
Attack Dogs and Police Respond as Indigenous Fight Massive Project
Flood gates from a reservoir were opened and washed homes away in August and, according to Indigenous Ngabe protesters in Panama, they were then harassed, shot by police, and now a...
Brazil Cancels Massive Dam Project Affecting Indigenous
Brazil's environmental officials said that the license for the largest hydro-electric dam project on the Amazon River was canceled in early August due to the projected removal of t...
Prevent More Deaths of Indigenous Children, Colombia Court Orders
The Colombian Government must allow the waters of the Rancheria River to return to the Indigenous Wayuu community according to rulings from two of the country's highest courts, not...
Protecting Sacred Objects Bill Introduced In Senate
Preventing the exportation and sale of sacred objects and creating harsher penalties for these and related crimes are the goals of the recently introduced Safeguard Tribal Objects ...
Mayan Leaders Free Of Charges; Will Sue Government Of Belize
Mayan leaders in Santa Cruz, Belize will no longer face assault charges according to a June 27 press release from the Public Prosecutor's office, and those leaders have announced t...
‘The Dead Have a Voice’: Indigenous Evicted, Displaced
Brazilian authorities evicted a Guarani community again in July, bulldozing their homes and forcing the families to again live by the side of a major highway, where several had bee...
Another Activist Killed in Honduras, Ties to Slain Bertha Cáceres
Another Indigenous activist was murdered in Honduras last week, four months after the assassination of award-winning leader Bertha Cáceres...
Colombia Peace Accords Bring Ceasefire – for Now
Indigenous activists support Colombia’s recently signed ceasefire accord but they are also pushing for inclusion of indigenous territorial rights, prior consultation and other issu...
Bertha Cáceres Among Those on Honduran Military Hit List
The presence of her mother's name on a Honduran military hit list, alleged recently by a former soldier in a U.S.-trained military police squad, did not come as a surprise to one o...
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