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Nearly every human has been affected by cancer in one way or another. Whether it be through a firsthand cancer diagnosis or helping a family member or friend through their treatment almost everyone can say that cancer has been a part of their lives. However, one group of people who are affected by cancer at […]
The dense Messok Dja rainforest has been home to the Baka Peoples since time immemorial. But now the forest is being closed off to them to make way for a new national park. Although the park hasn’t been formally established, the Baka are being driven from their homes and deprived of their vital lifeline of […]
Washington, DC – A detailed new report published by the non-governmental organization Center for Public Policy and Human Rights (Equidad Perú) identifies the oil company GeoPark as responsible for dangerous divide-and-conquer strategies in the Peruvian Amazon. The company is also facing related criticisms of downplaying environmental concerns in their Environmental Impact Study and entering into […]
It was fun to watch Christopher Solomon try to grapple with public lands, conservation and Indigenous people all at the same time last week in the Washington Post. What a wreck he made of the material. It appeared that Solomon was working overtime in “The big Alaskan land giveaway tucked into a sweeping conservation bill” […]
An inspection by the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) has found Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd. (CGL) to be in “non compliance” with three conditions of their environmental assessment certificate. The EAO has requested that CGL “immediately cease activities” within the trapline registered to our Hereditary Chief Knedebeas (Warner William) that may adversely affect the trapline’s use. […]
IXTACAMAXTITLAN, Mexico – After nearly 20 years of wrangling, a group of Nahua Indian villagers could make legal history in Mexico this month when a court rules on a land dispute involving a Canadian miner. A lawyer for villagers of Tecoltemi in the central Mexican state of Puebla said it was the first time a […]
For more than 400 years, my people, along with the other indigenous peoples of Argentina, have been involved in a powerful struggle for self-determination. Even today, it persists in the memory of our ül, songs, and nüxam, stories, of the courage of our ancestors who defeated the greatest empire of the time. After its […]
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