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  • SAN JOSÉ, Apr 1, 2010 (IPS) - Solutions to global warming based on the logic of the market are a threat to the rights and way of life of indigenous peoples, the Latin American Indigenous Forum on Climate Change concluded this week in Costa Rica.

    IPS Inter Press Service

  • International Alliance of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples of the Tropical Forest and Latin American Indigenous peoples 'focal point of the Global Forest Coalition, who is attending the climate negotiations in Bonn, Germany [2] this week.

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  • The Territorial Roots of Latin American Indigenous Peoples 'Movement for Sovereignty

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  • Over the next week, I devour a guidebook Voon’s given me called Indigenous Fruits of Sarawak, making a checklist of all the fruits that I still want to taste.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • But we should at least be humble and apologetic for calling our Indigenous ancestors primitive, given the exploitation and disintegration they have experienced in the face of “modernity.”

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • As part of their reading, they had come across an essay in an obscure magazine called Indigenous Woman that introduced the concept of łeetso as a monster.1 Monsters are a key piece of the Navajo Way mythology, the tales that make sense of life and living for The People.

    Yellow Dirt

  • Scream Angel Chimerascope starts with a bang in this powerful adventure tale set in the author "Merged Corporate Entity/Rippers" future, in which the malignant "Corporate Entity" took power on Earth in a post-apocalyptic future and led humanity to the stars, only to exploit and rape all non-human life, sentient or not IP aka Indigenous People in the name of profit.

    "Chimerascope" by Douglas Smith (Reviewed by Liviu Suciu)

  • And although the departure of Aden Ridgeway from the Senate is the loss of an advocate for Indigenous affairs at the federal level, I understand that Mr Ridgeway will continue to his involvement in Indigenous issues by heading up a new Indigenous Tourism body to be called Indigenous Tourism

    NAIDOC Week 2005, Official Flag Raising, RG Casey Building Forecourt

  • They go to a park called Indigenous Park, where they're put in the huge cages.

    CNN Transcript Feb 15, 2004

  • "The benefits for Native people are elusive or nonexistent, and the risks are tremendous," says Debra Harry, a member of the Northern Paiute Nation and the director of an organization called the Indigenous Peoples Council on Biocolonialism.

    The Genetic Archaeology of Race

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