12,000-Year-Old Grave of Female Shaman Found in Israel
The prehistoric grave of a female shaman, dated to around 12,000 years in the past and uncovered in the northern Israeli region known as Galilee, has yielded a treasure trove of artifacts.Brazilian Experts Blast US Academics’ Call for Uncontacted Tribes to Be Forcibly Contacted
The Brazilian government’s Indigenous Affairs Department (FUNAI) has severely criticized the authors of a controversial editorial in Science magazine who called for forced contact with uncontacted tribes.Indigenous Women Seek Legal Protection for Cultural Heritage
Weavers of traditional ancestral designs argue the Guatemalan government has a responsibility to protect their Mayan culture from outside exploitation.Navajo Nation Supports Cultural Items Bill
The Navajo Nation has thrown its support behind legislation that would strengthen a federal law that prohibits exporting Native American sacred and traditional items.CAMH Opens Aboriginal Sweat Lodge for Patients
Today the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto celebrated the opening of an Aboriginal Sweat Lodge and traditional ceremonial grounds. CAMH is the first hospital in Ontario to have a fully operational Sweat Lodge.