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St. Regis Mohawk Tribe learns about diabetes treatments in Cuba St. Regis Mohawk Tribe learns about diabetes treatments in Cuba (05/19)
The Heberprot-P drug has been used successfully in the Caribbean nation but it's still undergoing medical trials in the United States.
Morongo Band to explore business opportunities with South Korea Morongo Band to explore business opportunities with South Korea (05/19)
Areas of interest include hospitality, culture, entertainment, retail, commercial, green technology, transportation and construction
DNA studies boost links between Native people and ancestors DNA studies boost links between Native people and ancestors (05/18)
A scientist in Denmark is employing cutting-edge techniques to show how Native people are linked genetically to their ancestors in the Americas.
Native Sun News: Lakota youth joins fight against coal mine in Australia Native Sun News: Lakota youth joins fight against coal mine in Australia (05/18)
Fresh from a 500-mile relay run to prevent the Dakota Access Pipeline construction across Lakota Territory, Cheyenne River Sioux tribal youth Joseph White Eyes headed for the Land Down Under to speak out against a mammoth coal mine that threatens Aboriginal land and water.
Canada to support United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Canada to support United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (05/10)
Canada was one of four governments -- a list that included the United States -- that voted against the declaration in September 2007.
Statement: End the domination and dehumanization of our nations Statement: End the domination and dehumanization of our nations (05/09)
A group of indigenous leaders just completed the The Long March to Rome to call for the formal repeal of the Doctrine of Christian Discovery.
Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Tribes fight coal mine in Texas Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Tribes fight coal mine in Texas (05/04)
Native American groups and supporters band together to show their outrage at the continued destructive coal mining along the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas.
Alex Jacobs: Hillary Clinton must answer to role in Honduras coup Alex Jacobs: Hillary Clinton must answer to role in Honduras coup (04/28)
No President or politician has ever done anything good or positive for the poor people of Honduras.
Peter d'Errico: UN forum can't forget about Doctrine of Discovery Peter d'Errico: UN forum can't forget about Doctrine of Discovery (04/26)
In a few weeks, we will know whether the U.N. Permanent Forum has forgotten about the Doctrine of Christian Discovery altogether.
Rep. Pearce takes veterans tribute from Isleta Pueblo to Thailand Rep. Pearce takes veterans tribute from Isleta Pueblo to Thailand (04/19)
The tribute from the New Mexico tribe includes a bear that symbolizes strength and courage and an arrowhead to represent the field of battle.
Lawmakers in Guatemala face complaint over 'stupid Indian' insult Lawmakers in Guatemala face complaint over 'stupid Indian' insult (04/15)
Estela Ventura, a government official, filed a complaint against lawmakers from the party of President Jimmy Morales.
Alarms raised as another Indian leader in Honduras is murdered Alarms raised as another Indian leader in Honduras is murdered (03/17)
Police said the shooting of Nelson Garcia, 38, was not connected to the murder of Berta Cáceres but the U.S. Embassy described his death as an 'assassination.'
Steven Newcomb: Code of domination killed activist Berta Caceres Steven Newcomb: Code of domination killed activist Berta Caceres (03/15)
What is it that has caused the disappearance of so much of the languages and cultural patterns of Original Nations and Peoples, and has resulted in the disappearance of so many Original Nations and Peoples themselves?
Oscar-nominated film features Native actors and Native languages Oscar-nominated film features Native actors and Native languages (03/11)
Embrace of the Serpent didn't win the Academy Award for best foreign-language film but the Colombian production is still drawing attention for its unique story.
Mālia Chun: Native Hawaiians launch movement against pesticides Mālia Chun: Native Hawaiians launch movement against pesticides (03/07)
Over the last few years, many people—Native and non-Native—have risen up in opposition to the pesticide/GE companies and their harmful practices.
Grahame Russell: Indigenous activist was murdered for her beliefs Grahame Russell: Indigenous activist was murdered for her beliefs (03/07)
Berta Caceres, a great Lenca woman from western Honduras, was assassinated early in the morning of March 3.
Indigenous leader Berta Caceres murdered at home in Honduras Indigenous leader Berta Caceres murdered at home in Honduras (03/03)
Berta Caceres, 43, was a leader from the Lenca community who fought against a dam that would be built on her tribe's sacred river.
Native Sun News: Tribal activist rallies against global trade partnership Native Sun News: Tribal activist rallies against global trade partnership (03/02)
At rally here against the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, tribal member Chase Iron Eyes told the crowd he mistrusts the federal trade and public policy measure, partly because of Indians’ bad experience with treaties.
Mark Anthony Rolo: A 'shallow apology' to indigenous peoples Mark Anthony Rolo: A 'shallow apology' to indigenous peoples (02/22)
At bottom, the pope’s words add up to a call for indigenous people to forget the atrocities leveled against their ancestors.
Pope Francis discusses mistreatment of Native people in Mexico Pope Francis discusses mistreatment of Native people in Mexico (02/16)
The leader of the Catholic Church urged followers to seek forgiveness from indigenous people but otherwise did not offer a direct apology for centuries of land theft and other abuses.
Native Sun News: Young tribal runners invited to compete in Australia Native Sun News: Young tribal runners invited to compete in Australia (02/12)
Three South Dakota tribal athletes may soon be running cross country in the land Down Under.
Pope Francis to celebrate mass at Indian church for trip to Mexico Pope Francis to celebrate mass at Indian church for trip to Mexico (02/08)
The leader of the Catholic Church plans to issue an edict supporting the use of indigenous languages in ceremonies.
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.

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