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· November, 2008

Stories about Indigenous from November, 2008

Puerto Rico: Status Quo?

Ecuador: Christmastime for the Saraguro

Jamaica: The Real Story

Malaysia: The Plight of Penan

The Penan tribe, indigenous people of East Malaysia, have taken quite some press and blog space this year. Bloggers react to stories of abuses committed against the Penan Tribe.

Bangladesh: Manipuri Raash Festival

Japan: Proud to be Okinawan

Colombia: Indigenous March Arrives to Bogotá

Bolivia: Recent Lynchings Cause Concerns

A string of lynchings around Bolivia has caused concern around the country. The latest case in Achacachi involved 11 accused thieves, who were set ablaze by town residents. Defenders of...

Bahamas: Call of the Parrots

Russia: 65 Years Since the Deportation of Karachais

Vietnamese legends

Bolivia: An Indigenous as Minister of Education?

Cambodia's 55th Independence day

Promoting East Timor products

YouTube's “Project:Report” Video Finalists Selected

We've been following the progress of the YouTube Aspiring Citizen Journalist competition "Project:Report" organized along with the Pulitzer Center to select an amateur video journalist to win a 10 000...

Myanmar: Traditional medicine

Dominica: Creole Dress

Guatemala: The Fiambre and Other Foods for Day of the Dead

What began as an improvised dish called Fiambre made of leftovers and made by nuns in Antigua, Guatemala, has become a tradition during the Day of the Dead holidays. The...

Lebanon: The Bedouins

Southeast Asia: The Power of the Pontianak

One of the most enduring legends of South East Asia is the Pontianak, said to be a bone-white lady, with ruby-red eyes, who is borne from her death in birth-giving....

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