Guam’s indigenous people have endured centuries of hostilities
HAGATNA, Guam — The threatened missile attack by North Korea on Guam has prompted calls for peace from the island’s indigenous people, who are weary of yet another conflict after enduring centuries of hostilities.
“Us guys, we bust our butts. It’s dangerous work doing what we do, but I love it out here. There’s nothing like it.” So stated Tony Gale, a veteran logger from rural New York, in an interview with Huffington Post.
UN Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz [official website] called [press release] Friday for the US to adopt a consistent approach to indigenous land rights
Thousands of Native Americans and allies took their fight against the Dakota Access pipeline to the White House last week.
Across the wide world, women are rising up to protect the Earth, one another, and the common good
By: Ahmed Elbenni
Date: 4 February 2017
Source: The Yale Politic
And so began a new chapter in the tug-of-war between one president’s legacy and another’s plan, part of the ongoing struggle for Native rights despite government-induced marginalization.
By: Patrick Phillips
Date: January 2nd 2017
Source: Live 5 News
A new law in South Carolina that took effect Sunday protects families whose land has been passed down through generations but who may not have adequate legal proof of ownership.
By: Mary and Jack Wichita, Mason, Wis.
Date: November 15th 2016
Source: Superior Telegram
We are compelled to share the issues that resonate with us about the current pipeline conflict in North Dakota.
By: Nicholas Sewe
Date: November 16th 2016
U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec has launched a new U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) program in support of seven community conservancies across Coastal Kenya.
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