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Argentina: Indigenous Rights’ Activist Disappears After Repression

Argentina: Indigenous Rights’ Activist Disappears After RepressionActivist and human rights groups are demanding an investigation into the disappearance of Santiago Maldonado.... More

Brazil’s Temer Threatens Constitutional Indigenous Land Rights

Brazil’s Temer Threatens Constitutional Indigenous Land RightsA storm of protest greeted the 19 July announcement that Brazilian President Michel Temer has approved a recommendation made by the Attorney General’s office, that federal governme... More

Ecuadorian Gov't Refuses To Appear at Hearing on Threat of Extractive Industry to Indigenous Peoples

Ecuadorian Gov"When oil companies come and affect our sacred trees, mountains, and rivers, it threatens our future generations." Miriam Cisneros, Sarayaku... More

The Gathering of Canoes Promotes Healing, Reconciliation, and Respect for Indigenous Host Nations

The Gathering of Canoes Promotes Healing, Reconciliation, and Respect for Indigenous Host NationsA fleet of canoes will approach the shores of Vancouver in an event awash in meaning and symbolism. What transpires next will be a ceremony that has been practised for thousands of... More

Google Integrates Brazil's Indigenous Territories into its Maps

Google Integrates BrazilOn Google Maps and Earth, you can now see the names of certified indigenous territories in Brazil, search for indigenous territories using the name of the ethnic group living there... More

Ecuador's President Grants Pardon to 4 Indigenous Activists

EcuadorEcuador's President Lenin Moreno granted a pardon Friday to four Indigenous members and one other person who were imprisoned after they participated in violent protests in 2015. He... More

Indigenous Protesters Erect a Teepee on Parliament Hill Ahead of Canada Day

Indigenous Protesters Erect a Teepee on Parliament Hill Ahead of Canada DayEarly Thursday morning, Indigenous activists and their supporters built a large teepee just outside Ottawa’s parliamentary grounds — a visual reminder of issues they say are still ... More

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Wisdom Keeper of The Month

Taita Jacho Castelo

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Taita Jacho Castelo is from Quito Ecuado. He is a Yachak - Taita de la medicina indígena from the Kichuwa tradition. A community organizer and teacher he is a Healer and
Andean Therapist with more than 30 years of experience in ancestral medicine. He is also a Researcher of indigenous culture, spirituality, and natural medicine. He is an expert in enhancing the extraordinary powers of health that have body and mind; Share ancestral secrets for health without medications and techniques to raise vitality and internal energy.
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Book of The Month

Shaman Stone Soup: True-Life Stories That Show Miracles Can Happen to Anyone!

By Elizabeth M. Herrera

Shaman Stone Soup: True-Life Stories That Show Miracles Can Happen to Anyone! by Elizabeth M. Herrera Shaman Stone Soup takes you on the journey of an atheist who discovers Native American spirituality and becomes a healer for friends, family and clients. The author shares her personal stories
that demonstrate how spirit guides, angels and enlightened beings can answer calls for help through miracles. You will read about the matronly ghost who overstayed her welcome, the spirits of ancient wise men who offered advice and a miraculous cure from cancer for a friend, the man who got out of his wheelchair to go hunting and fishing, a vivid dream and later chance meeting of a pastor who had asked God for a sign, the metamorphosis of a schizophrenic, the loving afterlife contact from her mother who died unexpectedly, and many other stories that follow a short introductory memoir.

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Film of The Month

Ancient Voices, Modern World: Colombia & Amazon

By Wade Davis

Ancient Voices, Modern World: Colombia & Amazon by Wade DavisAmazon: National Geographic ventures into the rain forest with Wade Davis for an up-close look at the Barasana river people, a group believed to be descendants of the legendary "lost" Amazonians.
Davis embarks on a symbolic journey that will honor the group's ancestors and witnesses the rituals that demonstrate respect for this tropical landscape. Colombia: Acclaimed anthropologist and explorer Wade Davis makes a remarkable journey into the heart of war-torn Colombia to visit one of the indigenous groups that call themselves the Elder Brothers. These extraordinary people claim to be the last descendants of a once-great civilization, the Tairona, and to speak with their voice. Could they be the last window we have on the great high civilizations of the ancient Americas?

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