Neighboring Indigenous peoples of Bolivia and Peru defy national borders and have agreed to deepen their relationship into a “brotherhood,” the Bolivian Foreign Ministry said Thurs... More
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“Partnering with Redwood National Park makes sense for the successful restoration of this sacred bird in our Yurok ancestral territory,” said Thomas P. O’Rourke Sr., Yurok Tribe ch... More
Durban – The ancestors are displeased with government and warned that more natural disasters were on the way if South Africans did not do more for the environment.... More
LIMA, PERU — Peruvian shamans gathered Thursday to perform an end-of-the-year ritual and tell the world what lies in store for 2017.... More
Bay Area American Indian Two Spirits 6th Annual powwow will be held in San Francisco, California. It is currently the Worlds’ only Two Spirit organized powwow and draws some of the... More
The Army Corp of Engineers will not immediately grant the Dakota Access Pipeline the right to cross the Missouri River next to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, officials said S... More
The Kichwa community of Sarayaku was back in San Jose, Costa Rica today facing off with the Ecuadorian government, which has failed to comply with the most critical components of t... More
Wisdom Keeper of The Month
He is the author of White Buffalo Teachings and a guest columnist for Indian Country Today. A tireless advocate of maintaining traditional spiritual practices, Chief Looking Horse is the founder of Big Foot Riders which memorializes the massacre of Big Foot's band at Wounded Knee.
Cheif Looking Horse's prayers have opened numerous sessions of the United Nations and his many awards include the Juliet Hollister Award from the Temple of Understanding, a Non-Governmental Organization with Consultation Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council. He lives on the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota.
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