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Take Oak Flat to a Higher Court: Why US & Canada Fear Human Rights Courts
Hundreds of Apaches are occupying Oak Flat, a sacred site...
Online Challenges to Save Indigenous Languages in the Americas
Saving indigenous languages by recording them and then...
The South Does Rights Thing; Why US & Canada Fear Human Rights Court, Part II
Human rights as something existing outside of national...
Paraguay Official Sentenced for Illegal Sale of Indigenous Lands, Faces Other Charges
The former head of Paraguay’s Indigenous Institute was...
A Job Interview You May Want to Skip
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh opened a...
Why the US and Canada Fear a Human Rights Court, Pt. I: The Global Expansion of International Law
If you can’t get your rights protected in the courts of the...
Archaeologists Uncover Hundreds of Bones in Unusual Aztec Burial in Mexico
The remains of a young woman were found surrounded by 1,789 human bones in Mexico City’s Templo Mayor—a find that is the first of its kind in the Aztec culture according to researc...
Murder With Impunity/Journalists Mowed Down in Honduras
Journalists are being murdered and threatened at an alarming rate in Honduras, including indigenous broadcasters according to recent testimony before members of the United States C...
Ritual Use of Caffeinated ‘Vomit Drink’ Discovered at Cahokia
Made from the roasted leaves of the Yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria) that grew more than 300 miles away, researchers found evidence that inhabitants at Cahokia were enjoying caffeinat...
Reopening Silver Mine Could Save Town, But Destroy the Sacred Site of the Huicholes
The lands that comprise the Wirikuta Reserve in the San Luis de Potosí state of Mexico are full of covetable wonders...
The U.N.’s Man in Lakota Country
It has been a bumpy couple of months for Indian rights. The Violence Against Women Act is meeting opposition in Congress, Carcieri still isn’t fixed, and the U.S...
Remembering the 1904 'Savages' Olympics'
The Olympics weren’t always the celebration of world cultures you see today...
Foxwoods Resort Casino to Honor Ancient Chinese Tradition at Dragon Boat Festival in NY
Cultural entertainment featured at the 2010 festival (HK Dragon Boat Festival Facebook) This weekend, one of the elaborate Dragon Boats in the 2012 Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival i...
Yellow Bird Indian Dancers Perform Traditional Dance to keep London dry During Olympics
This is not the first time we've reported on panicky officials enlisting the help of American Indians in an effort to get Mother Nature to behave ...
Oil Company Under Fire in Amazon: New Inquiries, Exposés and Penalties Fuel Indigenous Movement
IQUITOS, Peru—The world that PlusPetrol has built in Peru’s Amazon over the last 16 years seems to be crumbling under the weight of the company’s alleged crimes...
It's 'Meatless Monday'—But the USDA Has Retracted its Support
Stephanie Weaver of RecipeRenovator.com suggested this German potato salad with coconut “bacon” recipe for a Meatless Monday dinner...
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