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Dr. Cornel West Joins Univ. Illinois Boycott Over Salaita Firing
Dr. Cornel West, the well-known public intellectual,...
Achuar Lawsuit Against Occidental Petroleum Ends With Settlement
A decade-long legal battle over pollution from oil drilling...
Marginalization and Cultural Choice
Policy makers and academics often describe the contemporary...
Jailed in Mexico: Thousands of Indigenous Behind Bars Due to Language Barriers
There are more than 8,000 indigenous people in prison in...
World Outrage as ISIS Bulldozes Sacred Site; UNESCO Denounces ‘War Crime’
World outrage has erupted as members of the Islamic State...
Mapping Sacred Indigenous Sites Along the Black River In Brazil
The mapping of sacred indigenous sites along the Black...
Métis Leader Clement Chartier Wins Diamond Jubilee Medal
Métis National Council (MNC) President Clement Chartier is among 60 winners of the inaugural Diamond Jubilee Awards, celebrating the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's access...
Aboriginals Receive Diamond Jubilee Awards
In celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, the 60th anniversary of her reign, the Governor General of Canada awarded 60 inaugural medals, several of them to aboriginal...
Police Linked to ‘Human Safaris’ in Latest Video
When a video hit the Internet recently of tourists offering food to members of the indigenous Jarawa Tribe on the Andaman Islands in India as a reward for their dancing, attention ...
Everything You Need to Know About How to Write a Shadow Report—Indigenous Reports to the UN on Human Rights, Racism in US
Gale Courey Toensing
Indigenous nations, tribes, individuals and organizations now have a guide on how to prepare a “shadow report” for an upcoming review of the status of human rights and racism in th...
Mexico Celebrates 95th Anniversary of Constitution
“Every person in the United Mexican States shall enjoy the guarantees granted by this Constitution, which cannot be restricted or suspended except in such cases and under such cond...
United Nations Moves to Strengthen Children’s Rights
A new measure that allows children or their representatives to bring problems before an international panel of child welfare experts is now open for member states to sign, accordin...
Isolated Mashco-Piro Tribe Sightings Come With a Risk
A clan of Mashco-Piro Indians, a small tribe of previously isolated Amazon Indians in Peru, have been appearing along the riverbank in Madre de Dios with a message to tourists and ...
Earthquake Rattles Peru, No Deaths Reported
Residents of Ica, Peru, a coastal town south of Lima, are still shaken following an earthquake that destroyed more than 120 homes and damaged 581 buildings, and injuring 145 people...
Bolivian Indigenous Caucus Challenges Government on Divisive Road Project
Indigenous members of the Bolivian Congress recently made waves when they formed a caucus to resist government plans to build a road through the National Park and Indigenous Territ...
Aboriginal Protesters Burn Flag at Australian Parliament
On Friday, January 27, the fallout from a contingent of aboriginal protestors of the tent embassy continued as more than 200 of them marched on the Nation’s Parliament House and pr...
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