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Academy apologises to Native American actress for Oscar abuse
Almost 50 years after she was booed on the Oscars stage for declining Marlon Brando's award on his behalf, Sacheen Littlefeather has received an apology from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Mexicans celebrate Indigenous day with festive march
Hundreds of Indigenous people, wearing colourful native costumes from different regions of Mexico, hold a festive march in Mexico City to celebrate World Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Indigenous groups team up with the government to protect the Amazon
Communities in the Amazon, NGOs and local governments are teaming up in an unprecedented show of solidarity.
Indigenous Aymara women play golf in Bolivia
Two indigenous Aymara women play golf in traditional dress at the exclusive La Paz Golf Club.
Pope prays for healing after 'terrible effects of colonisation'
Pope Francis prayed for healing from what he called the "terrible effects of colonisation" as he led a pilgrimage to Lac St. Anne on Tuesday in Canada.
An endangered owl has stopped a mining giant in its tracks in Tasmania
Plans to bury the Tarkane under “50 metres of toxic sludge” have been paused by Australia's federal court.
Pope apologises for 'evil' abuse at Indigenous schools in Canada
The Pope said he was 'deeply sorry' for the forced assimilation of Native peoples into Christian society, an official policy for decades in Canada where the Catholic Church ran dozens of residential schools.
Pope to beg forgiveness for 'evil' done to indigenous Canadians
The Pontiff will apologise to Indigenous leaders and residential school survivors. The visit marks a radical rethink of the Catholic Church’s missionary legacy, spurred on by the first pope from the Americas and the discovery of hundreds of probable graves at the school sites.
Cheap chicken in Europe is fuelling crime and human rights abuses: NGO
Indigenous people are being killed on land where soy is grown to feed chicken sold in Europe, says NGO Earthsight.
Indigenous protesters gather at university in Quito over night after protest
Ecuador's Indigenous demonstrators gather at Central University in Quito to spend the night, where many are using it as a place of accommodation during the protest period.
Brazil police find two bodies in search for missing Amazon pair
British journalist Dom Phillips and Brazilian expert Bruno Pereira were last seen 5 June.
UN finds Finland violated political rights of indigenous Sámi people
The UN's Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination has been looking into the sensitive issue about who is eligible to be included on the Sámi electoral roll.
Amazon groups offered mediation in supermarket deforestation row
It is the first time a French supermarket chain has been taken to court over deforestation and the loss of land and livelihood.
3D imaging reveals biggest ever example of North American cave art
The new technology allows historians to view artworks previously invisible to the human eye etched into thin layers of mud.
Sámi culture represented for first time at Venice Biennale
The Sámi Pavilion comes at a critical juncture, with Truth and Reconciliation Commissions addressing Nordic colonialism underway in Norway and Finland.
Brazil: Thousands of indigenous people demonstrate for their land rights
Thousands of indigenous people are demonstrating in Brasilia to oppose mining and oil exploration in their reserves.
Pope apologises for 'deplorable' abuse of Canadian indigenous people
More than 150,000 native children in Canada were forced to attend Christian schools from the 19th century until the 1970s.
Teenage boys in Greenland learn to become entrepreneurs
An after-school class in entrepreneurship is bringing new opportunities to teenage boys in Greenland and giving them the chance to run their own micro-businesses.
Why the plan to protect 30% of the Earth by 2030 is fatally flawed
This is why we should be moving towards community-based conservation models.
Cholita wrestlers fight racism in Bolivia
Young women dressed in billowing skirts and long braided hair take to the wrestling ring to fight anti-Indigenous racism in Bolivia.
Thousands protest against Bolsonaro's anti-environment bills in Brazil
"Brazil is at a crossroads. Amazon deforestation is out of control, violence against Indigenous people has increased."
Danish PM apologises to six children over 1950s social experiment
22 Greenlandic children were brought to Denmark in 1951 for a "better life" but instead suffered away from their families.
Australia finally embraces its Indigenous place names
As Australia's borders finally reopen, is the country ready to embrace its Indigenous place names?
Meet the cholita skateboarders breaking down stereotypes in Bolivia
"These clothes are not a costume. This is an identity. This is what makes them cholitas and they are proud of that."
Avocados are bringing ‘violence and blood’ to this Mexican town
The people of this Mexican town took matters into their own hands to protect their land from avocado growers.
Demonstrators march for Indigenous rights on 'Australia Day'
Protesters gather across the country as part of annual Indigenous rights protests held on a national holiday that marks the arrival of the first British colonial troops in 1788.