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The Siberian Origins of Native Americans

The Siberian Origins of Native Americans

The Siberian Origins of Native Americans ©Edward J. Vajda Virtually all scholars agree that the aboriginal populations living in North, Central and South America at the time of Columbus’ voyages originated from small groups of prehistoric immigrants from North Asia. No sober anthropologist would defend the notion that Pre-Columbian...

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A relative from Tianyuan Cave: Present-day Asians, Native Americans

A relative from Tianyuan Cave: Present-day Asians, Native Americans

A relative from the Tianyuan Cave: Humans living 40,000 years ago likely related to many present-day Asians and Native Americans Ancient DNA has revealed that humans living some 40,000 years ago in the area near Beijing were likely related to many present-day Asians and Native Americans. An international team...

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Dancers: Mexican Folklorico, Hmong, Native American traditions

Dancers: Mexican Folklorico, Hmong, Native American traditions

The diversity of a diverse city Members of the Hiva Nui group were face to face with the other dancers representing Mexican Folklorico, Hmong, and Native American traditions, teaching them something from their culture and picking up something from the others. To me it was a shining example of...

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Northern East Asian branched two different directions? China, America

Northern East Asian branched two different directions? China, America

could it be that long long ago, two groups of northern east asian stock branched off into two different directions? one moving downward into china while one moved east crossing the bering strait into today america continent? Full BLooded Native American xeemlauj http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ys9cnnqbD8w My analogy.. could it be that...

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Hmong Written Language Officially Recognized At World Congress

Hmong Written Language Officially Recognized At World Congress

Hmong Written Language Officially Recognized At World Congress “The Hmong Indigenous nation’s rights, including writing language systems is protected by the United Nations Purposes and Principles of the Charter and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples” stated Mr. Chairman Yang Hubert Toushouyeng.” Hmong Written Language Officially...

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Supporting Indigenous Sovereignty and Self-Determination

Supporting Indigenous Sovereignty and Self-Determination

Supporting Indigenous Sovereignty and Self-Determination Opening panel from Building a Solidarity City Audio from the opening panel of the Building a Solidarity City conference in Montreal on Nov. 23, 2013. Panelists included: * Ellen Gabriel: Ellen (Kanien’kehá:ka Nation, Turtle Clan) is an Indigenous human rights activist, former head of...

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