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· June, 2008

Stories about Indigenous from June, 2008

19 June 2008

Morocco: The Fez Festival of World Sacred Music

As the 14th annual Fez Festival of World Sacred Music comes to a close, bloggers – both Moroccan residents and travelers – share their experience with this year's festival. The...

Israel: Keffiyah Seen as Symbol of “Terrorist Chic”

16 June 2008

Iraq: Black – The Colour of Grief

Iraqi women are now accustomed to wearing black - the colour of grief and mourning, notes Inside Iraq. But amid the darkness and gloom, some young women admit to wearing...

13 June 2008

Morocco: One Wedding, Many Caftans

Peru: Pointing Out Errors in the New Indiana Jones Movie

Mexican music in an Andean market, misplaced cities, and negative stereotypes of Peruvians are some of the complaints made by Peruvian bloggers in response to the new Indiana Jones movie....

10 June 2008

Afghanistan: Obscure Ethnicities, the Kalasha

Ecuador: Promoting Saraguro Indigenous Culture

Angel Gualan is proud to be a member of the Saraguro indigenous culture in Ecuador. He has taken steps to promote its culture, dances, and foods through the use of...

4 June 2008

Ecuador: The Amazon Tribes Vs. Big Oil

A rekindled interest in the richness of the Amazon is one of the results of recently distributed photograph showing members of an uncontacted tribe in the Brazilian Amazon shooting arrows...