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· March, 2008

Stories about Indigenous from March, 2008

Armenia: Sevan Museum

Libya: Wedding Blues

Kurds Attacked on Newroz

Bahamas: Carifesta Confirmed

Guyana: Baccoo

Latvia: Musings on Ethnic Homogeny

Bahrain: Kindest People Ever

Arabeyes: Rebelling the Saudi Way

On the occasion of the International Women's Day, Saudi activist Wajiha Huwaidar, had herself videotaped driving a car in a rural area in Saudi Arabia, to draw attention to the...

Bahamas: Creation Station

Jordan: Wife Seeking in the Middle East

Jamaica: Dancehall

China: Fire on the streets of Lhasa, Tibet

With the Tibetan capital now reportedly largely cut off from the outside world, information regarding the ongoing situation in Lhasa slowed to a trickle over the weekend. Some updates, however,...

Jamaica, Haiti: Felix Morisseau-Leroy

Israel: Bedouin Youth Use IM to Bypass Cultural Prohibitions

Instant Messaging is opening new windows for a Bedouin community in South Israel, writes Gilad Lotan, who tunes into a fascinating research and brings us its findings in this post.

Taiwan: Hunter Action

Jamaica: Ackee

The Balkans: Secession and National Self-Determination

Kuwait's Double National Day Celebrations

Two national day celebrations were marked in Kuwait last week - one on February 25 and the second on February 26. Kuwait's bloggers were quick to dig into the history...

Taiwan: Digitalize Aboriginal Groups

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