Independent media and social networking movements continue to bridge lives and lifestyles, the (increasingly small) world over. Collective movements spontaneously emerge, collaborate, simultaneously reflect and mutually contribute to the broad base of...
Over the years, IC has published more than 3,000 articles on the rights and struggles of Indigenous Peoples around the world. Can you spare $5 for 3,000 more? When I started IC Magazine nearly ten years ago, I was setting out on what I thought to be a...
The world’s largest solar thermal energy facility, the Ivanpah Solar Power Facility, opened last Thursday in California’s Mojave Desert. Unfortunately, this is bad news for neighboring indigenous people, the desert tortoise, and local birds. It is an...
On Friday February 7th, Stephen Harper visited the Blood Reserve to announce a new legislation known as the First Nations Education Act. Prime Minister Harper was welcomed by our elected Chief Charles Weasel Head and our band council. Along with Harper,...
Two days ago my wife and I took the existential indigenous pilgrimage up to the Treaty grounds for the dawn service. The weather wasn’t flash but the atmosphere buzzed with a spirit of pride. I must say that I really enjoyed this year’s Waitangi Day, it...
West Virginia has an abundance of diversity not only with its flora but also with the people that live there. In the midst of this diverse state, there exists an “invisible” population of American Indians which comprises over 11,000 members and is...
I can’t help but wonder what they must have felt, trapped in the Spanish embassy, as they died in the fire. I can’t but wonder what the people outside thought. The victims of this terrible act of violence were Ixil and K’iche Maya peasants from the...
A team of Chilean researchers has recently published a report on the mental health of Aymara schoolchildren in Northern Chile,
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It was the children's faces, sometimes their eyes looking at me. They got straight to my heart. For our improvised
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"Ahau tuturu me Maori? E to tetahi ki te whai i te tikanga o tetahi o te iwi? E me
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At one time our ancestors would have had difficulty imagining living in a state of unfreedom. Now we have difficulty
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When the Zapatista uprising appeared in world media on January 1, 1994, it wasn't out of the blue; Maya communities
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The bottom line is survival: Survival of our Indigenous people, mankind and our planet. The equilibrium of the Earth is
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When Sonkwiateson walked upon the earth he found there was a need to create animated life. He made birds to
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The Quinault Indian Nation hosted a UN Member States' Reception on May 20, 2013 on the first day of the
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