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Aboriginal Groups Quit B.C. Commission on Missing Women
The British Columbia Missing Women Commission of Inquiry is about to take to the road with a series of forums in nine communities in northern B.C...
Groups Granted Standing Before B.C. Missing Women Commission
Eighteen groups and individuals have been granted standing before British Columbia’s Missing Women Commission of Inquiry to participate in hearings related to the disappearances of...
Mothers: Our Readers Pay Tribute
Mother’s Day has been celebrated in one form or another for thousands of years, across a myriad of cultures, American Indian among them...
Cherokee Nation Opens Breastfeeding Services Center
The Cherokee Nation held an open house May 4 for its new breastfeeding center...
I love my mom. I mean, who doesn’t love their mom, right?...
The First Pocahontas May Have Been a Viking
Genes from the Beotuk, a long-extinct branch of Canada's aboriginal peoples, have shown up in samples of 80 people from Iceland, a team of anthropologists and geneticists has revea...
Anthropology Student Draws Parallels Between Murdered Women in Canada, Mexico
Canada is increasingly being forced to pay attention to the murder and disappearance of hundreds of aboriginal women over the past several years, cases that stand apart because the...
Grannies with Gumption: Standing up to Corporate Giants in Canada and Ecuador
Maria Aguinda, Ecuadorean Quechua who spearheaded fight against Chevron. Chevron didn’t stand a chance before the ire of indigenous villager Maria Aguinda...
Women’s Memorial March Honors Victims, Families
In honor of Women’s History Month and the 100 th anniversary of International Women’s Day on March 8th, ICTMN debuts Navajo writer Valerie Taliman’s new series on the growing human...
Women Use the Trees and Should Manage the Forests—Experts
Gathering food and firewood, women the world over are the main users of forest resources, international forestry experts say. But they seldom get to manage these areas...
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