UN Envoy: Indigenous Children Learn Best in Their Own Languages

Forum participants made cases on behalf of traditional knowledge, culture, languages as well as land rights restoration, and environment preservation

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Japanese Gov’t Enacts Law To Preserve Indigenous Ainu Culture

The new law will allow the Ainu to observe and maintain traditional practices such as collecting wood from national forests

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AMLO Asks the King of Spain and the Pope to Apologize for the Conquest

26/Mar/2019.- “I already sent a letter to the King of Spain and another letter to the Pope to make an accounting

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Brazil to Open Indigenous Reserves to Mining Without Indigenous Consent

For many years, international and Brazilian mining companies have dreamed of getting access to the mineral wealth lying beneath indigenous

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Colombia: Indigenous Peaceful Protesters Injured in Heavy Police Crackdown in Cauca

Seven were wounded and one killed during the incident, Cauca state secretary, Ricardo Cifuentes Guzman said. At least seven people

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US Invasion Coming Through Brazil

By Luis Britto García (17/Mar/2019) The attempt to force the entry of “humanitarian aid” through Táchira was no more than

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Brazil’s Indigenous Peoples Suffer Wave of Invasions and Attacks

Emboldened by the institutional assault upon indigenous rights being waged by the regime of Jair Bolsonaro, rural mafias are organizing

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The Next Generation of MAGA Hat-Wearing Bigots Besiege Indigenous Peoples March

Outside of being broke or not getting enough napkins in the drive thru, one of the worst feelings in the

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Urgent message from the Wet’suwet’en Access Point on Gitdumt’en Territory

By Unist’ot’en Solidarity Brigade RCMP have invaded and occupied our territory and are working to establish a police detachment on Gidumt’en

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This is Native Land: Understanding the Standoff at Unist’ot’en

By Nikki Sanchez @nikkilaes Our people’s belief is that we are part of the land. The land is not separate

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Evo Morales Defends Indigenous People After Bolsonaro Ally’s Racist Slur

“In Bolivia, the Indigenous people govern completely differently … with pride,” Evo Morales said. Bolivian President Evo Morales rose to

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Indigenous Nation Blocks TransCanada Pipeline with New Checkpoint

When TransCanada attempts to deliver a Canadian court injunction against a decade-old Wet’suwet’en checkpoint, they run into a second checkpoint

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Thanksgiving: The National Day of Mourning

By Allen Salway Allen Salway is a 20-year-old Diné, Oglala Lakota, Tohono O’odham student, writer and community organizer from the

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