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On Wednesday, May 18, 2016, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held a Legislative Hearing to...
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May 19, 2016Washington, D.C. — The American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples has...
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April 22, 2016| Shawnee, Okla. — Indian nations have historically been international actors and a...
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Key Parallel Event at UN Commission on Status of WomenMarch 24, 2016 | New York, NY  — A...
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A workshop and discussion for Oklahoma Indian nations hosted by the Citizen Potawatomi NationToday...
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March 16, 2016| New York, NY  — Speakers from American Indian tribes, Alaska Native villages,...
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February 22, 2016indianz.comA briefing on Capitol Hill on Tuesday afternoon will address the impact...
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Feb. 23 2016By Kanya D'Almeida, Race and Justice Reporter, RH Reality CheckTribal leaders and...
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By Nicole Iaci | Intern, Indian Law Resource CenterOn Thursday, February 25, 2016, the Senate...
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Washington, D.C. —  More than 100 people accepted the invitation to attend a congressional...
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Armstrong Wiggins, director of the Center’s Washington, D.C. office and a Miskito Indian, says the...
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February 22, 2012| Washington, D.C. — The 2013 Violence Against Women Act affirmed tribes' ability...
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January 28, 2016The Organization of American States (OAS) is a regional intergovernmental human...
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January 28, 2016The Commission on the Status of Women will hold it’s 60th annual session (CSW60) in...
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January 28, 2016During President Barack Obama’s administration, we have seen two major developments...
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January 28, 2016Earlier in the fall, we reported that four Rapa Nui leaders were arrested for...
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On August 15, the President and Vice President of the Parliament were arrested for collecting the...
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In 2010, the Rapa Nui people protested against Chile's lack of recognition of the clans' land...
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Rapa Nui culture and heritage are recognized around the world. The iconic statues – the Moai...
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Rapa Nui lies roughly 2,200 miles west off the coast of Chile. The small island has been inhabited...
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