Amazonian Leaders Promote Vision for

Amazonian Leaders Promote Vision for A delegation of Indigenous Kichwa leaders from Sarayaku, deep in Ecuadorian Amazon, traveled to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Bonn, Germany, to promote their Kawsak Sacha ("Living Forest") proposal – a comprehensive vision for living in harmony with the natural world based upon their ancestral practices.

Trump Attacks Sacred Sites and Indigenous Rights

Trump Attacks Sacred Sites and Indigenous RightsThis is the largest removal of federal land protection in the nation’s history. December 1st, Trump announced plans to shrink the Bears Ears and the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monuments in Utah.

13,000-year-old Cave Paintings Found in Thaatimattayyah Hills

13,000-year-old Cave Paintings Found in Thaatimattayyah HillsPainting of a ‘shaman’, who was considered as a holy man, was unearthed in Prehistoric cave paintings found in Thaatimattayyah hills.

Archaeologists Theorize Found Body is Shaman

Archaeologists Theorize Found Body is ShamanThey found a human skeleton from the Bronze Age that was probably a shaman. “A necklace made of bones was the sign of a shaman,” said the head of the Archaeological Institute in Nitra Matej Ruttkay.

Indigenous Institutes and Ontario move forward with legislation to recognize and respect Indigenous

Indigenous Institutes and Ontario move forward with legislation to recognize and respect Indigenous The Aboriginal Institutes Consortium celebrates the Government of Ontario's decision to introduce ground-breaking legislation that will recognize our Indigenous Institutes as a unique Indigenous pillar of Ontario's publicly-supported postsecondary education and training system.