Filipinos: Native American like the Aztecs, Toltecs, Apache, Navaho

Filipinos: Native American like the Aztecs, Toltecs, Apache, Navaho

Are Filipinos related to Native Americans? DARTHSITH I’m a half breed Filipino. People on my mom’s side aren’t completely pure. The skin tone on my mom’s side varies from brown or yellow colored, but we all have the same Mexican like facial features because of basque blood. My father is White. I don’t look much […]

American Indian and Maya peoples were quite similar to early Asians

American Indian and Maya peoples were quite similar to early Asians

Origin of Amur River Valley Civilization Explored A Sino-Russian archaeological team announced on earlier this month that the original settlements on both banks of the Heilongjiang (Amur) River were very similar and the region may have been an important route for humans migrating from Asia to America. This is the first time China and Russia […]

AZTECA MEXICA NEW YEAR FESTIVAL

AZTECA MEXICA NEW YEAR FESTIVAL

AZTECA MEXICA NEW YEAR FESTIVAL Saturday 11:00am until 4:00pm *****FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC*************** This family-friendly, cultural festival celebrates the indigenous diversity of the Twin Cities. Guests will have the opportunity to: observe a traditional Aztec/Mexica dance ceremony honoring the Aztec Mexica New Year, create stamp art inspired by Aztec/ Mexica symbols, play games/ activities, win prizes, […]

Game Changed Venezuela Last Night – International Media Asleep Switch

Game Changed Venezuela Last Night – International Media Asleep Switch

Have you guys heard about this yet? The Game Changed in Venezuela Last Night – and the International Media Is Asleep At the Switch Francisco Toro / 2 days ago Dear International Editor: Listen and understand. The game changed in Venezuela last night. What had been a slow-motion unravelling that had stretched out over many years went kinetic all […]

Panama: Tabasará River Communities Face Imminent Eviction

Panama: Tabasará River Communities Face Imminent Eviction

Panama: Tabasará River Communities Face Imminent Eviction Richard Arghiris, 2014 Having fought tirelessly against the unlawful Barro Blanco hydroelectric dam, the indigenous Ngäbe communities on the banks of Panama’s Tabasará river are today threatened with forced eviction at the hands of Panama’s notoriously brutal security forces. The 29 MW dam, built by a Honduran-owned energy company, […]

Thousands displaced by Guatemala’s land grabs

Thousands displaced by Guatemala’s land grabs

Thousands displaced by Guatemala’s land grabs The Guatemalan government has promised to give land to thousands of people evicted two and a half years ago. They were forced from their land to make way for sugar and palm oil plantations. But despite the government offer, hundreds of families remain displaced. Al Jazeera’s David Mercer reports […]