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  • Anti-Indigenous Development

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    Reminiscent of the twentieth century displacement and subsequent impoverishment of Columbia River tribes by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the indigenous people of the Amazon River now face extinction of their way of life at the hands of the Brazilian National Electric Company. Real News TV reports from Altamira. more

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  • Rationalizing Religious Racism

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    In this article, the authors, an American Indian and a New Zealand Maori, use a comparative law methodology to trace and compare the legal and historical application of the Doctrine of Discovery in both countries. The evidence uncovered helps to explain the current state of United States Indian law and New Zealand law relating to… more

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  • The Big Halt

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    Law 74, the End of Nomadism, the Big Halt. The crux of the matter was assimilation, belonging, ethnic identity. We wanted them, but they wanted us to leave them alone. They nodded and showed us the door, assured us they were on our side, but anyone could see that they were separated from honesty by… more

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  • Water Power

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    Outside the North and South Poles, the Tibetan Plateau stores more freshwater than anyplace on earth. Nearly half the world’s population lives in the watershed of its glaciers and lakes, and China wants it. Circle of Blue reports on the strategic power of water. more

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  • A Day to Remember

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    Palestinian citizens of Israel last week observed Israel’s Independence Day with their own ceremonies commemorating Nakba (Catastrophe), by walking their children in extended family groups to the sites of their former villages destroyed by Israel to erase the evidence of Palestinian civilization. While this day of observance took place in hundreds of locations across the… more

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