Stories about Indigenous from September, 2017
The works are frozen until the hydroelectric plant improves the resettlement housing for the hundreds of displaced families in Altamira, Pará, Brazil.
“...our work is not being valued [...] Rather, there has been an appropriation and a commodification of the culture and the designs.”
"We got superheroes, we got soldiers, we got everybody...It is showing across the spectrum, rather than just a historicized view, of essentially, what boils down to cowboys and Indians."
“I speak the truth, I don't want to be like you/I sing about various issues and with that I am showing/That indigenous voices are the voices of today.”
We don't take anything with us when we die, but I will take these tattoos. It is a gift of this life and this nature to take to my afterlife.
There are only 447 individuals of the Achhami cattle breed left.
"Indigenous people are not merely empty shells for foreign ideologies to be planted on, but masters and directors of their own story."
Get to know these ancient drinks that most tourists, and locals, overlook in the Mexican capital.
Ahwazi Arabs experience systematic discrimination in Iran. "There are people who have had to change their first and last name...to hide their Ahwazi Arab identity to get hired."