Indigenous Groups Protest Planned French Auction of Artifacts

Indigenous Groups Protest Planned French Auction of ArtifactsNative American leaders are protesting the latest plan by a Paris auction house to sell off part of their tribal history, and their demand for the return of their ceremonial objects is getting bipartisan support.

A Victory for Indigenous Rights Over Fossil Fuel Greed

A Victory for Indigenous Rights Over Fossil Fuel GreedThis Monday, the Obama administrationís Army Corps of Engineers honored the treaty rights of the Lummi Nation and denied a critical permit for the proposed Gateway Pacific coal export terminal in Washington state.

Remarks at the 2016 Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues on Agenda Item 9(a): Coordination Among the

Remarks at the 2016 Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues on Agenda Item 9(a): Coordination Among theThe United States welcomes this opportunity to discuss ways in which the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and the Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples can better work together in order to protect indigenous peoplesí rights and improve their livelihoods.

Indigenous Communities Have Released Talisman Workers

Indigenous Communities Have Released Talisman WorkersIndigenous communities who captured workers from Talisman oil company have released them following talks.Yesterday afternoon the workers were released after an agreement was reached with the indigenous communities and all parties have agreed to continue with the talks however, the communities have stated that if no agreement is met they will continue to take radical action.

8 Latin America Indigenous Rights Victories as Struggle Goes On

8 Latin America Indigenous Rights Victories as Struggle Goes OnAs world leaders gather to discuss Indigenous issues at the U.N., here are some recent Indigenous rights victories in Latin America you probably didn't hear about.