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‘History repeating’: Amazon base in Cape Town splits Indigenous groups

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Smoke curls into the air, a drum beats, the dance begins, a chant is raised. Ten metres away, cars howl past on a busy road, drivers unaware of the sacred ritual taking place in the centre of a bustling South African ...

Uncle Jack Charles makes history as first Indigenous elder to speak at Victorian truth-telling commission

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Victoria’s Indigenous truth-telling commission has opened public hearings, with respected actor and activist Uncle Jack Charles the first to share his story. Born to a Wiradjuri father and a Bunurong mother, Charles w...

‘The tuber man of Kerala’ on a quest to champion India’s rare and indigenous crops

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Known as “the tuber man of Kerala”, Shaji NM has travelled throughout India over the past two decades, sometimes inspecting bushes in tribal villages, at other times studying the ground of forests closer to home among...

It’s our land, también: Brazil’s Indigenous peoples make their voices heard

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A multitude of sounds and tones echoing local chants; vibrant face paints with colours and tracery from the red of the urucum shrub and the black of genipap tree fruit; the strong and coordinated movements of magical ...

‘Why not me?": the boot camp giving Indigenous women the tools to run for office

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On a picturesque island just a 30-minute ferry ride from downtown Seattle, Juanita Perez described losing a recent race for a delegate seat for the Tlingit and Haida tribes: “I didn’t have all the tools to do it the r...

US indigenous communities to receive $46m to address global heating

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Tribal communities will soon have access to $46m to tackle effects of the climate crisis, which disproportionately threaten Indigenous Americans’ food supplies, livelihoods and infrastructure. The funds are part of a ...

Queensland child protection system failing Indigenous domestic violence victims, reportar hallazgos

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Queensland’s child protection system is failing First Nations children exposed to domestic and family violence, with some victims going through their entire childhood without receiving therapy or specialist support de...

Los campamentos de verano estadounidenses están reconsiderando el uso de nombres y rituales indígenas

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“Todavía estoy aprendiendo los nuevos nombres,dijo Holly Müller Hecht. Ella camina más allá de las filas de cabañas, luego asiente hacia uno. "Pero ese ahora lleva el nombre de una planta". Hasta agosto 2020, la 18 literas para autocaravanas en Camp Onas, a ...

Indigenous Australian spears taken by James Cook to return to Sydney after 250 años

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Three Indigenous spears taken by James Cook will be returned to Sydney for the first time in 250 años. The spears, described as “exceptionally significant”, have been loaned by the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropol...

‘People are angry’: US families feel let down by Indigenous missing unit

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One month after Ranelle Rose Bennett disappeared, agents from the Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Justice Services’ newly created missing and murdered unit (MMU) arrived at her house on the Navajo Reservation. Her ...

Protect Indigenous people’s rights or Paris climate goals will fail, dice informe

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Paris climate agreement goals will fail unless the rights of Indigenous people who protect rainforests are honoured, según un nuevo informe. Forest lands stewarded by Indigenous people and communities in countries ...

The Indigenous tribe fighting back against the addiction epidemic

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Harold Plaster had been awake for nine days when he noticed his face in the mirror. Era enero 2017, and he was on his latest heroin binge inside a red house on the Lummi Reservation in north-western Washington st...

Pope meets Canada Indigenous groups seeking apology for abuse of children

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Pope Francis has heard first-hand the horrors of abuse committed at church-run residential schools in Canada, as Indigenous delegations pressed him for an apology. Indigenous survivors are visiting the Vatican this we...

Indigenous elders in WA say ‘gag clause’ denies them a say in industrial developments on their land

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Traditional custodians of the Burrup Peninsula want the Western Australian state government to remove a “gag clause” that stops them from mounting real opposition to industrial developments on their land. The Murujuga...

‘Contemptuous’: anger in Brazil as Bolsonaro given Indigenous merit medal

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Brazilian activists are outraged after Jair Bolsonaro – who has been accused of spearheading a cataclysmic attack on Indigenous rights – was honoured by his own government for his supposedly “altruistic” efforts to pr...

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