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Racist of the Year: Botswana President Noses Out Trump for Persecution of Bushmen
The Racist of the Year 2016 Award goes to President Ian Khama of Botswana, who has referred to the heavily persecuted Bushmen of the Kalahari as living "lives of backwardness" and ...
‘The Dead Have a Voice’: Indigenous Evicted, Displaced
Brazilian authorities evicted a Guarani community again in July, bulldozing their homes and forcing the families to again live by the side of a major highway, where several had bee...
‘A Slow Genocide’: Gunmen Attack Indigenous Again In Brazil
Gunmen attacked a Guarani Kaiowa village in northern Brazil this week, killing one man and wounding six others, including a 12-year old boy...
Indigenous Continue to Face Violence in Reclaiming Territory in Brazil
After being shot at and having their homes burned by gunmen hired by ranchers, Guarani villagers in northern Brazil are being harassed even while the United Nations, Survival Inter...
Tribes in Home of The Jungle Book Forced Off Their Land
Activists want the world’s movie-going public to know that the Baiga and Gond people of India were evicted from their territory-an area that was the inspiration for the original Th...
‘Racist of the Year’: Brazilian Lawmaker Receives Title From Survival International
The Brazilian politician who said of indigenous people “…let them die of hunger in poverty…” and referred to them as “those little fags” has been given the Racist of the Year Award...
‘Controlled Contact’ Illegal and Dangerous Say Indigenous Leaders
Indigenous people from Latin America are warning that the idea of controlled contact with un-contacted people is illegal and dangerous; they've written an open letter of protest to...
Endangered Species v. Endangered Peoples: The Conservation Con
Britain’s Sunday Times ran an article by Norman Lewis in 1969 titled, with stark simplicity, “ Genocide .” Lewis told the story of the destruction being wreaked upon Brazilian trib...
Protect the Uncontacted: Peru’s Plan for Isolated Peoples
Peru is planning a "controlled contact" effort to communicate with the Mashco-Piro, a voluntary isolated people, that has been unexpectedly appearing in other indigenous communitie...
Isolated Awa in Brazil Forced Out of Their Lands Again by Illegal Loggers
Illegal logging is forcing isolated indigenous people out of their territory again in Maranhao province in northern Brazil, renewing concerns of further deaths from assaults and ex...
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