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‘Human Safaris’ in India

February 5, 2012

Uncontacted until recently the Jarawa of the Andaman Islands in India are exposed to potential abuse. Disrespectful tourists come in droves to take photos and make illegal films of the…

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State Approved Activism

February 5, 2012

Wrong Kind of Green looks at The Revolution Will Not Be Funded, a collection of essays about the Non-Profit Industrial Complex. In another post on the topic, Michel Chossudovsky explores…

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What the Land Teaches

February 4, 2012

The emerging field of conflict transformation attempts to move beyond technical approaches to conflict management that are over-ultilized in formal academia and international relations.   Rather than coercive peace agreements, compromises,…

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Reality of Anomie

February 3, 2012

One of the failures of the international state system is the inability to prevent atrocity. As noted on Intercontinental Cry, 200,000 Nubans in South Sudan are on the verge of…

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The Mystery of the Basques

February 2, 2012

“A people that sings will never die-out.” This is the line recited at the end of the short documentary on the survival of Basque cultural identity. Unifying forces are described…

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Amazigh Autonomy

January 31, 2012

Indigenous Amazigh of Algeria and other North African states seek autonomy through government decentralization and official recognition of Berber languages. Students meet with resistance from police in Arab states fearing…

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Civilized to Death

January 30, 2012

The short documentation, Civilized to Death, gives an in depth analysis of the social determinants of health among First Nation groups in Canada. Underlying mechanisms for consistent indigenous ill health…

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Nuking the Reserves

January 30, 2012

As noted on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, environmental racism in Canada mirrors that of the United States. Through deception, coercion and corruption, the government and nuclear industry in Canada promote…

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President Obama’s speech to Native American Leadership Committee

January 28, 2012

President Obama held a speech on Friday, January 27th in front of about 75 American Indian leaders who attended a fundraiser for his reelection campaign. In his address Obama expresses…

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Planet Earth

January 28, 2012

Over New Year, the Planet Earth international seminar was held in Chiapas to discuss the importance of the 1994 Zapatista uprising in context of resistance to neoliberalism now taking place…

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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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