By Rick KearnsMayan weavers in Guatemala want legal protection for their right to benefit financially from their work that has earned millions for big fashion houses.
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By Rick KearnsMaria de Jesus Patricio Martinez, an Indigenous traditional healer and activist was nominated by the CNI and the Zapatista to run for president of Mexico.
By Rick KearnsBrazilian Indigenous activists were attacked by police while carrying 200 paper coffins to a pool near the capital as part of an annual indigenous protest.
By Rick KearnsIndigenous Peoples and allies from 25 countries took their demands for land rights to the streets on Earth Day, April 22 and the following week.
By Rick KearnsKilla, the first Kichwa-language movie, has a dramatic plotline that provides a voice for the indigenous constantly fighting for their survival.
By Rick KearnsThe civil defamation suit against a Honduran activist connected to slain Indigenous leader Berta Caceres was thrown out last week.
By Rick KearnsDNA evidence shows that most Puerto Ricans are a blending of Taino (Indian), Spanish and African according to studies by Dr. Juan Martinez-Cruzado.
By Rick KearnsHonduran military officials are implicated in the planning and murder of Lenca activist Berta Caceres according to recent reports.