'ARA Gut': South Korea roots move dancer Dohee Lee
South Korea's Jeju Island has a rich tradition of shamanism - but growing up there, Dohee Lee didn't know this. Her father was in the South Korean military. The family relocated to a base on the mainland when Lee was 7. Lee's Christian parents didn't want her to learn about the shamans, who act as intermediaries between human beings and the spirits; they didn't even want their daughter to dance, so Lee took classes in secret until age 16.TWO SPIRITS POWWOW
Bay Area American Indians Two-Spirits (BAAITS) welcomes you to the 3rd annual Two-Spirit Powwow. The BAAITS powwow is a celebration of the diverse Native populations that live in and around the Bay Area. Many visitors from different tribal nations across the country will also be in attendance. There will be dancing, drumming, and singing throughout the day.Appeals court: Indian inmate can use sweat lodge
A federal appeals court says a judge in Wyoming was wrong to dismiss a Northern Arapaho man's lawsuit claiming state prison officials violated his religious rights by denying him access to a sweat lodge in prison.Members of Butchulla tribe march for recognition
TRADITIONAL owners of the Maryborough land held a march on Sunday to celebrate and recognise their heritage.
Members of the Butchulla tribe walked to Ululah Lagoon to celebrate their elders.
Butchulla traditional owner Roderick Tobane said his ancestors returned to the Fraser Coast after being taken from their families.
Shot from a tour bus in India's Andaman Islands, the video shows tourists taunting women with scraps of food, trying to bribe them to sing and dance. This inhuman behaviour reminiscent of 'human safaris/zoos' was worsened when placed in the context of who these women were. They were from the Jarawa tribe, one of the last uncontacted tribes in existence, whose numbers have dwindled to a meager 350-400 members.