Another Pipeline Spill Reported in Peruvian Amazon as Indigenous Protests Enter Eighth Week
As a protest by Peruvian Amazonian indigenous communities against oil pollution on their lands entered its eighth week, tensions rose on October 23 after a new pipeline oil spill and a shooting incident in which at least one protester was wounded.
All over the world today, Indigenous Peoples are confronting the destructive practices of industry—leading the charge against climate change while defending the lakes, forests and food systems that all of us depend on.Two Spirit Nation To Hold Grand Entry At Standing Rock
An event of major historical significance for LGBTIQA+ Native Americans is occurring today.The newly formed Two Spirit Nation will be honored in a traditional entry into the main campgrounds at Sacred Stone Camp at the site of the Dakota Access Pipeline resistance.30 U.S Cities Have Officially Changed Columbus Day to ‘Indigenous Peoples Day’
The effort to change the federal holiday of Columbus Day to “Indigenous Peoples Day” is gaining momentum across the country as two more cities make the official change.Peru: National Park 'Master Plan' Opens Uncontacted Tribe's Land to Oil Drilling
The Peruvian government's 'Master Plan' for a new national park would pave the way for large-scale oil exploration in one of the Amazon's most intact areas - also home to several uncontacted tribes.