Idle No More’s First Anniversary Marked by Native Education Protest

Idle No More’s First Anniversary Marked by Native Education Protest

Idle No More’s first anniversary marked by native education protest On the one-year anniversary of Idle No More, the aboriginal rights movement, about 50 activists marched from Victoria Island to Parliament Hill to protest a reform plan for aboriginal schools. “It’s not only an issue of saying ‘We don’t accept, we want the [Indian] Act […]

Link Between Native Americans And Siberia Encoded in DNA History

Link Between Native Americans And Siberia Encoded in DNA History

Link between Native Americans and Siberia encoded in DNA history A team of scientists, including seven researchers from Russia, recently revealed the results of a study on the DNA of the ancient inhabitants of Siberia during the Upper Paleolithic period. Scientists were able to obtain new data on the early stages of human settlement in […]

Native Americans, Northern Europeans More Closely Related Than Thought

Native Americans, Northern Europeans More Closely Related Than Thought

Native Americans and Northern Europeans more closely related than previously thought Using genetic analyses, scientists have discovered that Northern European populations — including British, Scandinavians, French, and some Eastern Europeans — descend from a mixture of two very different ancestral populations, and one of these populations is related to Native Americans. This discovery helps fill […]

Gang Members Stopped by Cops Before They Turn Hmong New Year Violent

Gang Members Stopped by Cops Before They Turn Hmong New Year Violent

Gang Members Stopped By Cops Before They Could Turn Hmong New Year Violent Reporting Ron Jones SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It was supposed to be a cultural celebration for the Hmong community coming together to celebrate the new year, but some gang members were arrested that could have turned it violent. The Hmong New Year Festival […]

Thanksgiving: A National Day of Mourning for Indians

Thanksgiving: A National Day of Mourning for Indians

Thanksgiving: A National Day of Mourning for Indians The National Day of Mourning will be held today, November 28, 2013 at 12:00 noon at Coles Hill Plymouth, MA We object to the “Pilgrim Progress” parade and to what goes on in Plymouth because they are making millions of tourist dollars every year from the false pilgrim mythology. That […]

Ontario Chiefs Demand Feds Abandon Education Act

Ontario Chiefs Demand Feds Abandon Education Act

Ontario chiefs demand feds abandon Education Act First Nation leaders in Ontario say they reject a federally proposed First Nations Education Act and plan to build their own “education vision.” “We discussed education at length over the last two days and along with maintaining our rejection of the federal legislation on education we also collectively affirm our […]

American Indians Gather For (Un)Thanksgiving Day Sunrise Ceremony

American Indians Gather For (Un)Thanksgiving Day Sunrise Ceremony

HUNDREDS OF AMERICAN INDIANS TO GATHER ON ALCATRAZ ISLAND FOR (UN)THANKSGIVING DAY SUNRISE CEREMONY ALCATRAZ ISLAND – On Thursday morning, before sunrise, hundreds of American Indians – and non-Native allies – will gather on Alcatraz Island for “The Indigenous Peoples Sunrise Ceremony.” Every year since 1975, American Indians have journeyed from the mainland to Alcatraz Island […]