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Thousands of Indigenous Brazilians from more than 170 ethnic groups demonstrated in Brasilia, ahead of the Supreme Court's landmark ruling on land rights.
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Indigenous travel experiences that help, rather than hinder, the world’s oldest communities.
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Wales is trying to reclaim its tallest mountain’s Indigenous name, but colonial attitudes run deep.
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Arctic Refuge oil drilling: delayed or halted?
One of the last untouched ecosystems in the world has just narrowly escaped oil drilling for the time being.
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Parts of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge have just been auctioned off for oil drilling.
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Biden picks Native American Deb Haaland for interior secretary
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A set of photos show the Guajajara people working hard to protect the Amazon rainforest in Brazil.
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