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Thing About Skins
‘Day of Sober Reckoning’: The US Election and the Inherent Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Andrea Carmen, IITC
Editor’s note: The International Indian Treaty Council (IITC), founded in 1974 as a “voice and advocate for the human rights of Indigenous Peoples, communities and tribes locally, ...
It’s National Native American Heritage Month: President Issues Proclamation
The White House
As the First Americans, Native Americans have helped shape the future of the United States through every turn of our history...
Clinton or Trump? Who Should Natives Support
As an American Indian citizen, who should one vote for: Clinton or Trump? Political parties in the United States reflect differing values about current and future U.S. well being...
UN Permanent Forum Rebukes U.S. for Ignoring Standing Rock and Other Tribal Nations
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues has agreed with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the nearly 200 other tribes that say the Dakota Access oil pipeline’s rout...
Born Before 1970? 9 More Native Civil Rights You’re Older Than
Do you think that the United States’ injustices against American Indians exist only in the past? Think again...
Amnesty International Calls for ‘Immediate Halt’ to Site C Dam Construction in BC
Amnesty International has joined First Nations in condemning the Canadian government’s recent approval of two key permits that will allow the controversial Site C dam to go forward...
UNDRIP and Plurinationalism Can Accommodate Indigenous Political Needs
The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples ( UNDRIP ) provides a framework for Indigenous Peoples to form local governments and cooperate with national poli...
Praise and Guarded Optimism at Ottawa’s Pledge to Make UN Declaration Into Law
Indigenous Peoples in Canada applauded the federal government after Minister for Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett announced endorsement of the United Nations Declara...
Will It Be Enough? UN Proposed Changes Could Give Indigenous Peoples a Voice
For several weeks now Native American leaders have been talking about proposed changes for Indigenous Peoples in the United Nations system...
Canada Announces U.N. Declaration to Become Federal Law
The United Nations Permanent Forum’s 15th session opened on May 9 with Canada’s announcement that it will begin incorporating the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in...
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