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When Filipino Victoria Tauli-Corpuz (Igorot) was appointed...
The acid test of integrity in a legal system is whether you...
Thousands of Wayuu children are starving and dying of...
The drums filled the wooden longhouse with historic sounds...
Yanomami activists fought to get their blood returned from...
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World News

Vincent Schilling
8/28/12
A British man living in South Wales who has lived as an Apache Indian for the past 20 years under the name Mangas Colaradas will be allowed to keep badger paws and Eagle wings in h...
Sam Laskaris
8/28/12
Richard Peter is hoping to finish off his international career with even more hardware than he already has—and he’s already toting plenty...

Bolivia's National Museum of Ethnography and Folklore (MUSEF) sits on a narrow street in downtown La Paz.

Marc Dadigan
8/25/12
Stanford University senior Lyla Johnston’s commitment to bringing her indigenous perspective to anthropology has led her on many journeys: from studying menstrual taboos surroundin...
ICTMN Staff
8/24/12
Two recently published studies delve into what caused the collapse of the Mayan empire, a question many archaeologists have tried answering...
ICTMN Staff
8/23/12
The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples, James Anaya , is urging the United States government and state and local authorities in South Dakota to c...
Rick Kearns
8/21/12
Brazil's Federal Regional Tribunal of the First Region, the highest court of appeals in the country, ordered an immediate halt to all construction of the controversial Belo Monte D...
ICTMN Staff
8/17/12
The Eeyou Istchee (Grand Council of the Cree) of James Bay have signed a governance agreement with the government of Quebec that not only gives the First Nation much more control o...
Theresa Braine
8/16/12
Drumbeats echoed, dancing filled the Place des Festivals, and children frolicked in the fountains...
Terri Hansen
8/15/12
Treaty fishing rights are meaningless if there are no healthy fish populations left to harvest, say Pacific Northwest tribes, fishers and tribal environmental organizations...

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