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India government prepares all-out assault on tribal rights

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Native rights advocates try to bust ‘riot-boosting’ law in court

By Talli Nauman
RAPID CITY – The U.S. District Court here scheduled a June 12 court date to consider a lawsuit from the Indigenous Environmental Network and others against South Dakota’s newly-enacted “riot...

How Indigenous leadership is protecting communities from climate disasters

By Jocelyn Stacey
“The fires were never a threat to us. It was the state that was the threat.” In two short sentences Chief Joe Alphonse, Tribal Chair of the Tsilhqot’in National Government,...

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Zapalote Chico, the corn that fights transgenics and the people defending it

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For the Achuar, life comes before oil

Indigenous Corn Keepers are Helping Communities Recover and Reunite with Their Traditional Foods

An Act of Genocide: Canada’s Coerced Sterilization of First Nations Women

Intellectual Extractivism: The Dispossession of Maya Weaving

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Ezidikhan Government Condemns Crop Arson

Canada’s MMIWG report spurs debate on the shifting definitions of genocide

9th Court of Appeals Throws Out Case Blocking Keystone XL Pipeline

United Nations Calls on Trudeau Government to Take Immediate Action on Muskrat Falls Methylmercury Concerns

Sovereign Sisters in Lakota Lands

Missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls: An epidemic on both sides of the Medicine Line

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