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Lily Gladstone makes history at Golden Globes as first indigenous woman nominated for Best Performance
Lily Gladstone, a Native American actress of Siksikaitsitapi and NiMiiPuu hertia...
Joseph Guenzler 14 Dec 2023
Listen now: "XOCÔ" is an exciting fusion of Afro-Indigenous Brazilian rhythms
Mestre Sérgio Xocolate, also known as XOCÔ , has just announced his newest album...
Joseph Guenzler 18 Oct 2023
Florida's black history education: a double-edged sword for systemic racism
The Florida Board of Education has given its approval to revised Black history s...
Joseph Guenzler 1 Aug 2023
The Spiritual Warriors unite with inspiring anthem 'Brothers and Sisters' for latest alum release
'Indigenize', the latest album by The Spiritual Warriors featuring the single "B...
Joseph Guenzler 19 Jun 2023
Zoe Hobbs breaks her own 100m record twice, and the 11-second barrier, but tailwind knocks out best time
For the first time in her career, Ngāruahine Māori sprinter Zoe Hobbs has broken...
Joseph Guenzler 7 Mar 2023
Ecuadorian Indigenous group vows to "prepare conditions of territorial defence" to stop mining on its land

Ecuador's major indigenous organisation is preparing to hold protests in mining...

Giovanni Torre Jan 16, 2023
Human Rights Watch slam Canada over persistent "widespread abuses" of First Nations people

Human Rights Watch, the international rights group that recently criticised Aust...

Giovanni Torre Jan 16, 2023
Greenlandic Inuit tale makes the big screen at Flickerfest

As First Nations peoples from around the world have criticised James Cameron’s p...

Shannon McGuire Jan 10, 2023
Delay to Māori co-government and a fall in the polls place pressure on Ardern in election year

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden has urged Kiwis to consider her party’s...

Jarred Cross Jan 4, 2023
President Lula da Silva signals a new dawn for Brazil's Indigenous peoples

New Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has wasted no time reversing t...

Giovanni Torre Jan 4, 2023
Peru's right-wing uses chaos as cover to attack the rights of Indigenous peoples

Conservatives in Peru are seeking to exploit the chaos caused by the overthrow a...

Giovanni Torre Dec 29, 2022
Wampis Nation makes a stand for Indigenous autonomy at COP15

The Wampis Nation in Peru has faced depredations from colonialism and capitalism...

Giovanni Torre Dec 27, 2022
Dakota riders honour fallen warriors 160 years on

Throughout December dozens of Native American riders, along with supporters and...

Giovanni Torre Dec 26, 2022
UN plea sparks multi-million dollar push to protect Aboriginal and Torres Strait languages

The Australian government has embraced a global push to keep Indigenous language...

Jarred Cross Dec 23, 2022
Indigenous child faces extradition to allegedly abusive father in Europe

A young First Nations woman is fighting to keep her daughter in Australia after...

Giovanni Torre Dec 21, 2022
Teenager aims to become second Māori ever to study medicine at Harvard

Koan Hemana of Rotorua Boys' High School, Aotearoa, will soon begin studying at...

Giovanni Torre Dec 21, 2022
Indigenous leadership vital to "30 by 30" global conservation goal - key Australian group

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander conservation network Country Needs People ...

Giovanni Torre Dec 20, 2022
Canadian First Nations leaders urge states at COP15 to support Indigenous leadership on biodiversity

The First Nations Leadership Council, Canada, has urged states at the Conference...

Giovanni Torre Dec 20, 2022
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