Category Archives: Indigenous Peoples

When languages die, ecosystems often die with them | Public Radio International

Living on Earth July 15, 2014 · 12:45 PM EDT Writer Max J. Rosenthal Photo: An Aboriginal performer in Sydney, Australia. Aboriginal languages in Australia are among the fastest-disappearing tongues in the world. Credit: David Gray/Reuters You probably know that … Continue reading

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Invader-States Hijacked UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples – ICTMN.com

The meeting proved to be a predictable success for invader-states of the United Nations. It also marked a retreat from the forty years of international struggle towards indigenous peoples’ self-determination that took hold after the 71-day liberation of Wounded Knee … Continue reading

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▶ Moana & the Tribe Nga iwi e Chiemsee reggae

Moana & the Tribe Nga iwi e Chiemsee reggae via ▶ Moana & the Tribe Nga iwi e Chiemsee reggae – YouTube. “Everywhere Indigenous people are standing up for their rights. Everywhere people are standing up for their rights… so … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Povinelli: the four figures of the Anthropocene

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The final Truth and Reconciliation hearings end in Edmonton, Alberta

The final day of the 7th National Truth and Reconciliation Hearings brings to a close an epic five year journey. I honour all those survivors and descendants of survivors and their amazing courage in sharing their stories. I honour the … Continue reading

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