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State Department Cancels Cancun for Forestry Panel

October 27, 2010

The US Department of State canceled a “side-event” planned for the UN Conference of Parties 16 meeting in Cancun.  The session was to include tribal participants, but the UN would…

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A Sorry Saga or a First Step?

February 17, 2010

An article recently surfaced in Indian Country Today entitled “A Sorry Saga,” in which the author brings attention to the Native American Apology Resolution signed by President Obama on December…

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Climate Caravan to Copenhagen

December 5, 2009

Strong fighters for social and climate justice travelled through Frankfurt today on a caravan that is driving from Geneva to Copenhagen, December 3-9. Politically aware people from around the world…

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Radicalizing Tensions

November 30, 2009

Fear of the spread of Islamic values resonates in many parts of Europe. In Switzerland a referendum was held yesterday on 29 November 2009 against the construction of minarets. The…

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KILLING JEWS FOR GERMAN HEALTH

November 8, 2009

Writing a book is the revenge of the intellectual said prominent American psychiatrist and distinguished professor Robert Jay Lifton smiling knowingly during yesterday’s premier of the documentary film “Killing Jews…

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Barcelona Climate Talks Stalling

November 5, 2009

Nearly every month since September 2008 when states’ governments met in Bali to set the schedule for reaching a Climate Change Treaty agreement by 2009 representatives of states, corporations, non-governmental…

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Ecosystems and human culture key to GHG Cleanup

October 1, 2009

Let’s face it. The industrial age over the last few one hundred years has created a global mess of the environment including the air, water, land and fish and wildlife….

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Ongoing Protest in Peru

June 24, 2009

Frustration is tangible in many parts of Peru these days. Many citizens are totally ready to fight mismanagement and corruption, demanding to exchange the current government. Demands, however, are fragmented,…

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Indigenous Solidarity in Latin America

June 13, 2009

It is beautiful to see solidarity happen. Indigenous peoples throughout Latin America most of who have experienced similar exploitative endeavors by their national governments are supportive of the indigenous peoples’…

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The Power of Popular Initiatives

November 23, 2008

Recession of the world economy, financial crisis and more bleak news are on everybody’s mind these days. There is a widespread feeling that important decisions and answers are completely out…

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Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

The library is dedicated to the memory of Secwepemc Chief George Manuel (1921-1989), to the nations of the Fourth World and to the elders and generations to come.

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