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Feeding the World

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“We are jumping from the frying pan into the fire. We need to educate our governments,“ said Usha, an activist from India currently campaigning in Germany where the 9th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity is held from 19 to 30 May to discuss measures against the ongoing [&hellip... more →

An Open Mind

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The current conflict between the indigenous Wabanaki and the State of Maine reminded me of the need for better cross-cultural communication made possible by unmediated understanding. One tool in conflict resolution is the Values Orientations Method developed by the Florence R. Kluckhohn Center. Stepping back from misunderstanding and misanthropy to examine conflicting cultural orientations is [&hellip... more →

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The UN, Bigotry and Violence against Indigenous Peoples

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According to Reuters during 19 May and 6 June United Nations Human Rights Special Rapporteur Doudou Diène of Senegal will travel to the United States of America to investigate apparently growing evidence of racism. What seems to be stimulating this unusual action by the Commission on Human Rights is the democratic primaries for US President [&hellip... more →

Spirit of Reconciliation

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I was remarking the other day to a friend how odd it was that there are no tribal colleges in California, despite the fact it has the largest Native American population in the United States. Part of this, no doubt, has to do with the devastating effect of greed exemplified by the Gold Rush and [&hellip... more →

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Unique Status

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NorthWest Indian News and Native American TV look at the reality of taxes, tribal sovereignty, and common misunderstandings about the unique political and legal status of American Indians... more →

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