Navajo Nation Supports Cultural Items Bill
The Navajo Nation has thrown its support behind legislation that would strengthen a federal law that prohibits exporting Native American sacred and traditional items.CAMH Opens Aboriginal Sweat Lodge for Patients
Today the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto celebrated the opening of an Aboriginal Sweat Lodge and traditional ceremonial grounds. CAMH is the first hospital in Ontario to have a fully operational Sweat Lodge.Bolivian Leaders Welcome the 5524 Andean-Amazonian Year
The Andean, Amazonian, Guarani, Kolla, and Mapuche among other people from other cultures, commemorate the new Andean-Amazonian year on June 21st, which is called 'machaq mara' in Aymara and 'mosoq wata' in Quechua.
SAO PAULO (AP) — A jaguar used in an Olympic torch relay ceremony was shot to death after it escaped its leash and tried to attack a soldier, the Brazilian army said Tuesday.Native American Tribe Takes On The King Of Beers
This week, the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina filed a suit against Anheuser-Busch and its distributor for using the tribe’s official logo and slogan in a local marketing campaign for beer.