Posts Tagged ‘indigenous’

Google Doodle Celebrates First Indigenous Transgender Water-Skier With No Legs

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA — Google is honoring Anitteb Opal, the world’s first Indigenous transgender water-skier with no legs in a special redesign of their search engine logo for Tuesday, May 23. Anitteb Opal was a member of the Tongva Indian Tribe who famously made waves in 2021 by joining a waterskiing tournament despite having no […]

Indigenous TV Host Quits Following Backlash To King Charles’ Coronation Comments

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Prominent Australian Indigenous journalist Stan Grant quit television hosting duties on Monday in response to online racist abuse over his comments during King Charles III’s coronation about historic Aboriginal dispossession. Grant, a member of the Wiradjuri tribe of Indigenous Australians and former international correspondent for U.S.-based CNN, said at the end […]

How Indigenous Land Management Practices Are a Blueprint for Climate-Resilient Agriculture

How Indigenous Land Management Practices Are a Blueprint for Climate-Resilient Agriculture in Counter Solutions — by Daniel Ross — 28/03/2023  As a rapidly warming world strains at the shortcomings in industrial farming, key lessons can be taken from Indigenous practices. Several Hollywood action films center around an impending apocalypse in the form of an asteroid […]

Nyampe: Insights for an Indigenous Orthodox Theology 

The Ngarrindjeri peoples and places are associated with the lands around the lower Murray River, the Fleurieu Peninsula and the Coorong, South Australia. Since the mid 19th century, they have had a very intriguing engagement with Christianity and generally with white culture through the Point McLeay (Raukkan) Mission. Personally, I came across them during my… […]

Ancient Greeks and Indigenous Australians: Far Away, Yet So Close.

The cross cultural connections between Ancient Greeks and Indigenous Australians was the theme of a talk given last night at Sydney university by Dr Vassilis Adrahtas who presented the amazing array of similarities in the underlying hierophanics between the two cultural groups. The event, entitled: “Myths and Dreamings: Cross Hatchings between Ancient Greece and Indigenous… […]

Cross cultural connections between Ancient Greece and Indigenous Australia

The amazing array of similarities in the underlying hierophanics of ancient Greece and Indigenous Australia will be presented in a lecture by Dr Vassilis Adrahtas at the University of Sydney on Wednesday 8 March. The free hybrid event, co-hosted by the Consulate General of Greece in Sydney and the Australian Archaeological Institute is available via… […]

Several Indigenous Women’s Remains Are Missing. Canadian Police Refuse To Search For Them.

Winnipeg police said they won’t check a local landfill where the remains of three murdered indigenous women have been likely sitting for months. Source

COP15 summit: Deforestation rule is welcomed by Indigenous leaders

Indigenous communities around the world have “enthusiastically” welcomed the European Union’s new law on deforestation, but they are demanding more laws to protect human, land, and forest rights. Once adopted and applied, the bill will ensure that goods sold in the EU and elsewhere in the world no longer contribute to deforestation. While the law […]

University Reinstates Marks for Student Who Was Penalised for Not Acknowledging Indigenous Rights

One of Australia’s top universities has overturned a decision to dock marks from a student after failing to acknowledge the traditional land rights of Indigenous people.  The move came after the engineering student filed a formal complaint at Melbourne’s prestigious Monash University on Oct. 7. A Monash university spokesperson told the Herald Sun newspaper that the […]

Violence against Indigenous women grows in Vancouver amid ‘apathy and injustice’

Image Credit: Indigenous Rising Media Violence against Indigenous women is “escalating like never before,” the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) has warned. A series of tragedies have rocked the city of Vancouver (unceded Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh lands) in recent months, including the discovery of the body of a 14-year-old Indigenous child, Noelle […]

Violence against Indigenous women grows in Vancouver amid ‘apathy and injustice’

Image Credit: Indigenous Rising Media Violence against Indigenous women is “escalating like never before,” the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) has warned. A series of tragedies have rocked the city of Vancouver (unceded Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh lands) in recent months, including the discovery of the body of a 14-year-old Indigenous child, Noelle […]

Last Survivor Of Brazilian Indigenous Tribe Dies After Decades Resisting Contact

An Indigenous man who survived entirely alone and without contact in the Brazilian Amazon for decades after his tribe was steadily killed off has died, a local government agency announced Saturday. The so-called “Man of the Hole,” who was believed to be around 60 years old, was found dead Tuesday in a hammock inside of […]

Pope Lands In Canada, Set For Apologies To Indigenous Groups

Pope Francis has landed in Canada, beginning a historic visit to apologize to Indigenous peoples for abuses by missionaries at residential schools. Source

Mexican Mayor Weds Alligator in Colorful Ancient Indigenous Ceremony!

The mayor of the Mexican town of San Pedro Huamelula, in the state of Oaxaca, has just done something pretty extraordinary. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology History Ancient Traditions Read Later  Source

Ecuador: Government And Indigenous Movements Very Far From Dialogue

On the 10th day of the national strike in Ecuador, the president of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE), Leonidas Iza, presented four conditions to the government of Guillermo Lasso before entering negotiations. The most significant condition was the end of police repression and cancellation of the nationwide state of exception. The indigenous […]

Brazil: Officials Working With Indigenous Peoples Go On Strike

On Thursday, officials from the National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) paralyzed their activities and joined the national day of protests called to reject the murder of British journalist Dom Phillips and ethnologist Bruno Araujo-Pereira in the Brazilian Amazon. Carrying banners calling for justice, human rights defenders and environmental activists gathered in Brasilia and other Brazilian cities […]

Over 100 Indigenous Settlements North of Hadrian’s Wall Discovered

Northern Britain, a fluctuating frontier area during the Roman occupation of Britain (43-410 AD), represented a tussle between Iron Age communities and the centralizing authority and power of the Roman state. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Europe Read Later 

Mass Graves of Murdered Indigenous Were Terminal MKUltra Experiments by CIA as Kevin Annett Exposes in Digital Smoke Signals soptroc6ih01u1mcchc282cf860  · “The United States doesn’t even know how many Indian students went through these institutions — let alone how many actually died in them,” said Preston S. McBride, an Indian boarding school historian and a Comanche descendent. McBride has found more than 1,000 student deaths at the four former boarding schools he […]

Indigenous Uruguayan DNA Reveals Ancestry New To South America

A new study presents the first whole genome sequences of Uruguayan indigenous peoples, whose last remnants were wiped out in the 18th century through a series of targeted European military campaigns. Read more Section:  News Evolution & Human Origins Read Later 

Dog Meat: Jamestown Colonists Killed and Ate Indigenous Dogs

A new study of dog remains excavated from Jamestown, the first English colony in North America that wasn’t abandoned, presented at the American Association of Biological Anthropologists annual meeting , has added new evidence that the Jamestown colonists ate dog meat. The study has for now been presented only as a poster and is being […]

Indigenous Semitic Palestinian Patriots Attack Non Semitic red Russian Khazarian Invasive Terrorist

Palestinian Freedom Fighters attacked Red Russian Khazarian Invasive species Terrorist which have been Terrorizing and Holocausting Palestinians in their own Homeland since 1946. A mass shooting in Tel Aviv Thursday evening left at least two Occupier Terrorist dead and at least eight more Khazarian Non semitic Invasive species Khazarian Terrorist wounded, sending a central district […]

Fertilizer Giant Blocked from Removing Aboriginal Indigenous Rock Art

The Australian federal government has blocked a multinational fertilizer company from removing indigenous rock art from Western Australia’s Burrup Peninsula. This UNESCO World Heritage-nominated area recently Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Australia & Oceania Read Later  Source

The Indigenous Grandmothers Who Stopped A Pipeline

Above Photo: Mi’kmaq grandmothers and supporters celebrate the cancellation of the Alton Gas project. Darren Calabrese. Plans to flush out salt caverns for gas storage hit a wall of Mi’kmaq grandmothers. Cheryl Maloney’s eyes glossed over with tears as she stood near the bank of the Stewiacke River in the middle of Nova Scotia. The […]

Labor, Environmentalists, And Indigenous Unite To Defeat Mining

A zoning law would have opened up the southern Argentinian province of Chubut to large-scale mining by multinational corporations. But the law was defeated in just five days by an alliance of environmentalists, workers, youth, and indigenous people. Their fight points the way forward for other movements around the world. The people of the southern […]


The soul-less Zionist Zombies Holocausting the Indigenous Semitic Palestinians are not descended from the Biblical Hebrews.They are a mongrel Khazarian people who CONVERTED to the Judaic (not biblical Israel) End of Times Death Cult the remaining Hebrews in Judea turned to when they turned their backs on the Hebrew Most High God El Elyon, who […]

Indigenous relics, historical documents on show in southern Iran

Indigenous relics, historical documents on show in southern Iran – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN – A cultural heritage exhibition featuring Hormozgan province’s indigenous relics, handicrafts, and historical documents is currently underway in southern Iran. Titled “Hormozgan in the course of history” the three-day event turns the spotlight on various archaeological excavations being conducted across the province as […]

Why developing countries and indigenous people governments need to test Germany manufactured and distributed Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 mRNA vaccines

Added by Paul W Kincaid on December 9, 2021.Saved under COVID-19Tags: COVID-19, Genocide vaccines, vaccines, WHO Above screenshots provides irrefutable evidence that the WHO has been developing and tested genocide vaccines. 1st screenshot was taken from WHO 1992 report “Fertility Regulating Vaccines“. The WHO admits to developing and testing sterilization vaccines. WHO report Table states Anti-hCG […]

Indigenous Leaders Pledge To Oppose New Enbridge Developments

Above photo: Screenshot of a map of Enbridge’s pipeline system, Enbridge’s website, 12-3-21. On November 5, the Canadian oil company Enbridge announced that it plans to increase capacity on its pipeline system that connects a crude-oil storage hub in Oklahoma to the Texas Gulf Coast, now that the Line 3 pipeline linking Alberta and Wisconsin […]

Venezuelan indigenous facing difficult conditions

UNHCR today (26 Nov) expressed concern over the difficult living conditions of indigenous Warao families from Venezuela who are settled in remote locations across Guyana. Guyana is home to an estimated 24,500 refugees and migrants from Venezuela, including some 2,500 indigenous Warao. Some have settled in hard-to-reach areas near the Venezuelan border and others in […]

Thanksgiving March To Free Indigenous Kids From Immigration Cages

Above Photo: Cover photo of Sid Mills by Frank Hopper. An informal group of Northwest Indigenous warriors, headed by veteran Native rights protector Sid Mills, announced last week they plan to join a march in Southern California to demand the release of Indigenous children from immigration detention facilities. The four-day event, called The March for […]

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