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Mary Annette Pember: Memorial to Indian genocide eyed in Russia Mary Annette Pember: Memorial to Indian genocide eyed in Russia (02/05)
The Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation recently announced a proposal to build a memorial commemorating the genocide of American Indians in front of the American Embassy in Moscow.
Tigua Tribe dance group to perform at event featuring Pope Francis Tigua Tribe dance group to perform at event featuring Pope Francis (02/02)
The Tigua Social Dance Group will open the musical portion of the Two Nations One Faith event in El Paso, Texas, on February 17.
Marc Simmons: Tribe that migrated from Mexico largely forgotten Marc Simmons: Tribe that migrated from Mexico largely forgotten (01/19)
When Fernando Cortez initiated his conquest in 1519, he met and befriended the Tlaxcalans.
Slate: Historians put a number on Indian people sold into slavery Slate: Historians put a number on Indian people sold into slavery (01/18)
Tribal members, from Apache people to Wampanoags, were forced to work as slaves in Canada and as far away as Bermuda.
Native Sun News: Indigenous activists take a stand on climate Native Sun News: Indigenous activists take a stand on climate (12/28)
Indigenous activists were among the most critical of the U.N. accord reached at the Paris Climate Summit, although the official framers of the agreement gave them and other grassroots stakeholders credit for pressure resulting in a treaty binding on 190 nations.
Native Sun News: Activists demand inclusion in climate accord Native Sun News: Activists demand inclusion in climate accord (12/15)
Calling for inclusion of indigenous rights in global climate accords during a canoe paddling event to highlight grassroots concerns, about 150 organizations signed a statement reflecting traditional Native American elders’ formal position
Sandra LaFleur: Indigenous people helped European strangers Sandra LaFleur: Indigenous people helped European strangers (12/14)
When the European explorers floated, half dead and starving onto Turtle Island’s shores, First Nations folk had to nurse the sailors back to health.
Mark Trahant: Climate change will be costly for tribal communities Mark Trahant: Climate change will be costly for tribal communities (12/09)
What if we could vote on the choices ahead? What if climate change (and the alternative courses) could be presented on a ballot?
Native Sun News: Native activists meet for climate talks in France Native Sun News: Native activists meet for climate talks in France (12/07)
The Indigenous Environmental Network is taking a delegation of more than 45 'frontline leaders' to participate in the activities of grassroots coalitions and in the official parley at the 2015 Paris negotiations of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Secretary Jewell addresses auctions of tribal property in France Secretary Jewell addresses auctions of tribal property in France (12/04)
Several tribes have protested auctions of their cultural patrimony but authorities in France have refused to stop the transactions.
Triqui people flee homeland only to find even worse conditions Triqui people flee homeland only to find even worse conditions (12/02)
About 15,000 tribal members live in Baja California, thousands of miles from Triqui territory in southern Mexico.
Steve Russell: Terrorist group views Native people as pagans Steve Russell: Terrorist group views Native people as pagans (12/02)
The Caliphate recognizes no borders except the one between itself and the rest of the world. They are on a literal mission from God to rule the world.
Official in Paraguay fired for kicking Indian woman in stomach Official in Paraguay fired for kicking Indian woman in stomach (11/30)
President Horacio Cartes fired Jorge Servin after he was seen on a video kicking the woman, who was taking part in a protest.
Steve Russell: The real origins of the world's terrorism crisis Steve Russell: The real origins of the world's terrorism crisis (11/25)
The petrodollar arrangement requires Washington’s hypocrisy regarding human rights and Saudi hypocrisy in choosing comfort over the expansion of Islam.
Ousted Indian studies professor settles for $600K and fees Ousted Indian studies professor settles for $600K and fees (11/13)
The saga will end up costing the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign, home of a retired controversial Indian mascot, more than $2 million.
Native Hawaiian canoe circles globe in climate change mission Native Hawaiian canoe circles globe in climate change mission (11/03)
The Hokule’a, which means Star of Gladness in Hawaiian, will travel more than 60,000 nautical miles around the globe, relying primarily on Native methods of navigation.
New Mexico trio charged for violating Indian Arts and Crafts Act New Mexico trio charged for violating Indian Arts and Crafts Act (10/29)
Customers were sold jewelry made by members of the Navajo Nation. The items were really produced in the Philippines.
Sports and cultures come together for World Indigenous Games Sports and cultures come together for World Indigenous Games (10/28)
About 2,000 indigenous peoples representing nearly 20 countries are participating in the inaugural event in Palmas, Brazil.
Vice President Joe Biden reflects on triumphs of Obama's Indian policies Vice President Joe Biden reflects on triumphs of Obama's Indian policies (10/28)
A reception for five contemporary Native artists offered a glimpse into the Obama administration's impact in Indian Country.
New president of Guatemala made jokes about indigenous people New president of Guatemala made jokes about indigenous people (10/27)
Indigenous leaders and activists in Guatemala aren't happy with their incoming president, a former comedian known for putting racial stereotypes on screen.
Mark Trahant: Challenges and opportunities for indigenous people Mark Trahant: Challenges and opportunities for indigenous people (10/27)
A changing Arctic? It’s a region that presents incredible challenges and opportunities for Indigenous People.
Native Sun News: Tribal college students off to indigenous games Native Sun News: Tribal college students off to indigenous games (10/12)
Young people from Northern Cheyenne and Crow, Montana, will be among about 35 Native Americans who will attend and compete in the first-ever World Indigenous Games in Brazil.
Excavation at Indian city uncovers numerous signs of conflict Excavation at Indian city uncovers numerous signs of conflict (10/09)
Researchers found evidence that over 500 people -- including European explorers, African soldiers, women and children -- were captured and killed during a key period of war in Mexico.
Tribes in Amazon rainforest defend homelands from illegal loggers Tribes in Amazon rainforest defend homelands from illegal loggers (10/07)
Indigenous activists have been murdered for speaking out against the invasion of their territory.
Native Sun News: Lakota Code Talker captured Nazi flag in WWII Native Sun News: Lakota Code Talker captured Nazi flag in WWII (10/01)
When Garfield T. Brown volunteered for the Army in 1942, he did not realize he would play such a pivotal role in World War II and bring back an original flag of the Nazis.
Tribe in Colombia still struggling after being forced out of homeland Tribe in Colombia still struggling after being forced out of homeland (09/30)
The Nukak Maku emerged from the Amazon rainforest in 2005 after their lives were threatened by a rebel group.
Tribal communities in Nicaragua disrupted by influx of newcomers Tribal communities in Nicaragua disrupted by influx of newcomers (09/30)
Some tribal members are relocating to different areas while others are fleeing across the border to Honduras.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Iroquois Nationals score silver at games Doug George-Kanentiio: Iroquois Nationals score silver at games (09/28)
The Iroquois Nationals are secure in their position as the second best box lacrosse team in the world.
Native designer Louie Gong created gift for Chinese president Native designer Louie Gong created gift for Chinese president (09/25)
The Guaridan Box draws from the artist's Nooksack and Chinese heritages.
Doug George-Kanentiio: A historic opening for lacrosse games Doug George-Kanentiio: A historic opening for lacrosse games (09/24)
The World Indoor Lacrosse Championship held its opening ceremony before a sell out crowd of 7,000 plus at the Onondaga County War Memorial in Syracuse, New York
Doug George-Kanentiio: Onondaga Nation hosts lacrosse games Doug George-Kanentiio: Onondaga Nation hosts lacrosse games (09/22)
When the Onondaga Nation elected to host the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship it went all in.
Land conflicts lead to deaths of tribal members in Nicaragua Land conflicts lead to deaths of tribal members in Nicaragua (09/18)
The casualties include Mario Leman, the leader of an indigenous organization based in the territory of the Miskito Tribe.
Professor publishes book about Tule River Tribe in Japanese Professor publishes book about Tule River Tribe in Japanese (09/17)
Kumiko Noguchi received approval from the California tribe to study its history.
Obama names Yaqui professor to environmental advisory panel Obama names Yaqui professor to environmental advisory panel (09/15)
Octaviana Trujillo will serve on the Joint Public Advisory Committee to the Commission for Environmental Cooperation.
Two films in Native languages submitted to Academy Awards Two films in Native languages submitted to Academy Awards (09/14)
Guatemala selected Ixcanul, filmed in the Kaqchikel language, while Venezuela chose DAUNA. Lo que lleva el rio, a film mostly in Warao.

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