Peru Shamans See Turbulent 2017

Peru Shamans See Turbulent 2017LIMA, PERU —
Peruvian shamans gathered Thursday to perform an end-of-the-year ritual and tell the world what lies in store for 2017.

World’s Only Two-Spirit Powwow Scheduled for Feb. 4

World’s Only Two-Spirit Powwow Scheduled for Feb. 4Bay Area American Indian Two Spirits 6th Annual powwow will be held in San Francisco, California. It is currently the Worlds’ only Two Spirit organized powwow and draws some of the area’s top dancers together for a day of fun and appreciation of the Native American Two Spirit tradition.

Protesters Claim Major Victory with Army Corps in Battle Over Dakota Access Pipeline

Protesters Claim Major Victory with Army Corps in Battle Over Dakota Access PipelineThe Army Corp of Engineers will not immediately grant the Dakota Access Pipeline the right to cross the Missouri River next to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, officials said Sunday.

Sarayaku Still Awaiting Justice

Sarayaku Still Awaiting JusticeThe Kichwa community of Sarayaku was back in San Jose, Costa Rica today facing off with the Ecuadorian government, which has failed to comply with the most critical components of the Court's landmark 2012 ruling.

Indigenous Day of Mourning

Indigenous Day of MourningThe 47th annual National Day of Mourning organized by the United American Indians of New England was held Nov. 24 in Plymouth, Mass., to debunk the racist myth of “Thanksgiving.” Over 1,000 people gathered in solidarity with the fighting spirit of Indigenous peoples, who continue to resist racist U.S. genocidal policies dating back to Christopher Columbus.