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First Nations 'tired of being pawns in Canada's addiction to oil,' regional chief Stan Beardy says The third train derailment in less than a month in northern Ontario represents a clear violation of indigenous rights, says Stan Beardy, the Ontario regional chief for the Assembly of First Nations. Read moreAdd your reaction Share
San Carlos Apache Reservation, Arizona (TFC) – The Battle of Oak Flats sounds like it could be the name of a historic battle from back in the old days, like in the 1800’s when the white man was pushing his way west and pushing the Native-American tribes anywhere he could. However, this... Read more3 reactions Share
WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHE RESERVATION — A domestic dispute turned deadly at the Hon-Dah Resort Casino on the White Mountain Apache Reservation in northern Arizona on Saturday evening. The deadly incident began about 6:30 p.m. in the Hon-Dah Resort Casino’s parking lot with an argument between a husband and wife. As... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Never forget! #GulfSouthRising April 20 marks the fifth year since BP's Deepwater Drilling Disaster fouled our shores causing an ecological and human health disaster that continues to this day. Frontline & impacted communities across the Gulf Coast region invite you to join us for this historic week of actions in... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Nihígaal bee Iiná YOUNG DINÉ WOMEN INSPIRE HOPE WITH 350-MILE WALK At dawn this morning a group of Diné people and their supporters embark on a 350-mile journey on foot as an act of cultural revitalization. The walk is the second of four that will occur this year. The first... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Dehcho Grand Chief accuses government of offering an ultimatum without doing any negotiating The grand chief of the Dehcho First Nations says the Government of the Northwest Territories is asking them to accept a land claim settlement, even though the government hasn't actually negotiated anything with them. Read moreAdd your reaction Share
The K'atl'odeeche First Nation near Hay River will formally sign onto the Northwest Territories devolution deal next week. Chief Roy Fabian will sign the agreement Monday morning at the legislative assembly in Yellowknife. The First Nation had concerns that devolution would put too much power in the hands of the territorial government....1 reaction Share
Pehdzeh Ki First Nation threatens to block GNWT fibre optic line The Pehdzeh Ki First Nation has threatened to block the Government of Northwest Territories' installation of a fibre optic line through their community of Wrigley, N.W.T., as a response to GNWT "bully tactics" during land claim negotiations. Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Anishinabe Women, Youth & Elders Hold Ceremony, Public Event on Lake of the Woods, March in Kenora for World Water Day Grassroots Indigenous Water Defence hosted an event at McLeod Park to raise awareness about threats to local waterways, in solidarity with Indigenous communities protecting water around the world Kenora,... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
WAITANGI, New Zealand (AP) — Their land was confiscated, their homes burned down and many of their people killed. Now, 150 years later, the indigenous Ngai Tuhoe tribe in New Zealand is getting a new start. The government has apologized for its past atrocities, handed over 170 million New Zealand... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
A sculpture of nine eagle feathers will be installed in Bailic Park, in Midleton, Co Cork to thank the Choctaw Indians for their kindness and support during the Great Irish Famine. Despite the oppression faced by the Choctaws in the years preceding the famine, on hearing of the plight and hunger of... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Thousands rallied Western Australia Wednesday, following similar actions last week in Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide, to protest against plans to close 150 of Western Australia’s 274 remote Indigenous communities. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2011 census, there were 69,665 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in WA. ... Read moreAdd your reaction Share