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· August, 2010

Stories about Indigenous from August, 2010

Guatemala: Indigenous Teacher and Artist Kidnapped and Murdered

An increasing spiral of violence has impacted different communities in rural Guatemala. This time, the victim was a respected rural teacher, spiritual guide, dancer and artist from Sololá: Lisandro Guarcax.

Paraguay: Day of the Guaraní Language

France: Racism and Politics

Following a speech from French president Sarkozy that France ought to consider stripping delinquents of their citizenship and the planned expulsion of groups of Roma people back to Rumania and...

Brazil: Indigenous Camp Resists for Eight Months in Brasilia

Since the beginning of this year, members of different indigenous Brazilian nations have settled a "revolutionary camp" out in front of the Ministry of Justice in Brasília D.F. The indigenous...

Brazil: The Indigenous, The Internet and Interculturality

Ever more present in villages, technology has been gaining ground as an efficient means to ensure the indigenous lifestyle and culture. Tools like Google Earth and GPS aid reforestation efforts...

Taiwan: Anniversary of Typhoon Morakot

Trinidad & Tobago: Pan Awards

Taiwan: Indigenous people protest against forced eviction

Guatemala: Sustainability of Forests in Totonicapán

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