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Rappler
Protesters interrupt Congress joint session on martial lawMari Callueng, and Almira Abril. The Alcadev was created on July 19, 2004, as
Rappler / Posted 2 minutes ago
Mari Callueng, and Almira Abril. The Alcadev was created on July 19, 2004, as an alternative learning system for indigent indigenous youth, including those belonging to the tribes of the Manobo, Higaonon, Banwaon, Talaandig, and Mamanwa. Minutes... Read more
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The Hindu
Already a game-changer, ProKabaddi League ramps it upthe Indian Premier League – until then the undisputed king of Indian sports lea
The Hindu / Posted 49 minutes ago
the Indian Premier League – until then the undisputed king of Indian sports leagues – laid claim to a bigger audience. The indigenous sport was off to the races. To reach the top is one thing, but to stay there presents a tougher challenge. The... Read more
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WA Today
Anger, 'no winners' in Elijah Doughty casewhen the 56-year-old father-of-six was charged with manslaughter over the death
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
when the 56-year-old father-of-six was charged with manslaughter over the death of Aboriginal boy Elijah Doughty, with indigenous locals calling for a murder charge. Demonstrations are being held in Kalgoorlie after the verdict. Photo: ABC... Read more
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The Age
Anger, 'no winners' in Elijah Doughty casewhen the 56-year-old father-of-six was charged with manslaughter over the death
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
when the 56-year-old father-of-six was charged with manslaughter over the death of Aboriginal boy Elijah Doughty, with indigenous locals calling for a murder charge. Demonstrations are being held in Kalgoorlie after the verdict. Photo: ABC... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Anger, 'no winners' in Elijah Doughty casewhen the 56-year-old father-of-six was charged with manslaughter over the death
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
when the 56-year-old father-of-six was charged with manslaughter over the death of Aboriginal boy Elijah Doughty, with indigenous locals calling for a murder charge. Demonstrations are being held in Kalgoorlie after the verdict. Photo: ABC... Read more
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The North West Star
Live cattle exports back in action at port of Karumba7000 square kilometres currently runs 38,000 head, which makes it underutilised
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
7000 square kilometres currently runs 38,000 head, which makes it underutilised, Mr Goodwin said. It is 51pc indigenous owned. “Where mining companies often see pastoral enterprises as secondary to their interests, we see it as... Read more
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Perth Now
Pilbara heads back to the boom timeiron ore asset president Edgar Basto said the company’s target was for one in f
Perth Now / Posted 3 hours ago
iron ore asset president Edgar Basto said the company’s target was for one in five of the new positions to go to indigenous applicants. “It’s great for the local community, it’s great for us. We are training future generations,” Mr Basto... Read more
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Perth Now
Prisoners feel like animals: advocatePeter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration br
Perth Now / Posted 3 hours ago
Peter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration breaks down communities and destroys lives. Between 2013 and 2016 the number of indigenous people being jailed in NSW jumped 25 per cent. But Mr Chester doesn't need to be... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Prisoners feel like animals: advocatePeter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration br
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 4 hours ago
Peter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration breaks down communities and destroys lives. Between 2013 and 2016 the number of indigenous people being jailed in NSW jumped 25 per cent. But Mr Chester doesn't need to be... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Prisoners feel like animals: advocatePeter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration br
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 hours ago
Peter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration breaks down communities and destroys lives. Between 2013 and 2016 the number of indigenous people being jailed in NSW jumped 25 per cent. But Mr Chester doesn't need to be... Read more
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Herald Sun
Prisoners feel like animals: advocatePeter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration br
Herald Sun / Posted 4 hours ago
Peter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration breaks down communities and destroys lives. Between 2013 and 2016 the number of indigenous people being jailed in NSW jumped 25 per cent. But Mr Chester doesn't need to be... Read more
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Weekly Times
Prisoners feel like animals: advocatePeter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration br
Weekly Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Peter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration breaks down communities and destroys lives. Between 2013 and 2016 the number of indigenous people being jailed in NSW jumped 25 per cent. But Mr Chester doesn't need to be... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Prisoners feel like animals: advocatePeter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration br
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
Peter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration breaks down communities and destroys lives. Between 2013 and 2016 the number of indigenous people being jailed in NSW jumped 25 per cent. But Mr Chester doesn't need to be... Read more
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News.com.au
Prisoners feel like animals: advocatePeter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration br
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
Peter Chester knows all too well the rising rate of indigenous incarceration breaks down communities and destroys lives. Between 2013 and 2016 the number of indigenous people being jailed in NSW jumped 25 per cent. But Mr Chester doesn't need to be... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Spinning a yarn, Surin styleSa is the first village that began making hand-made silk that complied with the
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 4 hours ago
Sa is the first village that began making hand-made silk that complied with the strict specifications of the "Isan Indigenous Thai Silk Yarn" Geographical Indication (GI) and certified as a location-specific, authentic northeastern Thai... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
‘Brown Beret’ activist faces assault, riot charges from Capitol melee with neo-Nazisgood person” and a member of the Shoshone Indian tribe who was involved in many
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 4 hours ago
good person” and a member of the Shoshone Indian tribe who was involved in many local causes, including civil rights and indigenous issues. Payan said he and Williams were both “Brown Berets,” a statewide collective of American Indian activists... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Canoes cast off for journey of understandingwell what they'll experience. The Jesuit priest was on hand at Midland's Saint
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 5 hours ago
well what they'll experience. The Jesuit priest was on hand at Midland's Sainte-Marie Park Friday to see off the group of Indigenous, Jesuit, English and French Canadians as they embarked on the Canadian Canoe Pilgrimage; a month-long,... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Area hit hard by murdered, missing menthat would help in these investigations? - Douglas James Hill, 48, left his so
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 5 hours ago
that would help in these investigations? - Douglas James Hill, 48, left his south-end home early June 24 on foot. A thin, Indigenous man with long dark hair worn in a ponytail and a prominent feather tattoo on his cheek, he was last seen that day... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Canoes cast off for journey of understandingwell what they'll experience. The Jesuit priest was on hand at Midland's Saint
Barrie Examiner / Posted 5 hours ago
well what they'll experience. The Jesuit priest was on hand at Midland's Sainte-Marie Park Friday to see off the group of Indigenous, Jesuit, English and French Canadians as they embarked on the Canadian Canoe Pilgrimage; a month-long,... Read more
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Calgary Sun
From a $150k golf course study to a $4.6B Olympics: Five things city council is set to debate Mondayvote. Here are five notable things elected officials are slated to debate. Not
Calgary Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
vote. Here are five notable things elected officials are slated to debate. Notices of motion galore From creating an Indigenous relations office at city hall to spending $390,000 on an Olympic referendum, several city councillors will pitch... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Grand Paddle called a 'gift'pushed off riverbanks near Paris on Friday morning embarking on a week-long tre
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 5 hours ago
pushed off riverbanks near Paris on Friday morning embarking on a week-long trek meant to strengthen the bond between Indigenous paddlers and their non-Indigenous neighbours. "We didn't have any choice but to do it," said Buffy Curtis from... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Area hit hard by murdered, missing menthat would help in these investigations? - Douglas James Hill, 48, left his so
Delhi News Record / Posted 5 hours ago
that would help in these investigations? - Douglas James Hill, 48, left his south-end home early June 24 on foot. A thin, Indigenous man with long dark hair worn in a ponytail and a prominent feather tattoo on his cheek, he was last seen that day... Read more
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BC Local News
Community leaders respond after MMIWG inquiry commissioner resignsMarilyn Poitras, a Métis and one of five commissioners selected to run the inqu
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
Marilyn Poitras, a Métis and one of five commissioners selected to run the inquiry into Canada's missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, has resigned. The University of Saskatchewan law professor resigned last week, saying the inquiry is... Read more
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JTA
Why Jews from Libya are worried about the fate of the country’s Jewish artifactsBut now an additional obstacle is coming from an unlikely place, said Waldman,
JTA / Posted 7 hours ago
But now an additional obstacle is coming from an unlikely place, said Waldman, president and co-founder of the group Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa, or JIMENA. The threat stems from a memorandum of understanding request by... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Puerto Princesa: Best ‘ube hopia,’ civet organic coffee, fireflies tourbirds mutes the street noise. The floor bears patterns of mangrove trees that a
Inquirier.net / Posted 7 hours ago
birds mutes the street noise. The floor bears patterns of mangrove trees that are protected in the city. A metal flock of indigenous birds, balinsasayaw or nest swiftlets, and a mat-woven counter, adorn the front desk. The rooms make use of banig,... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Trillium funding for C-K HospiceFrancophone youth in the Sarnia-Lambton area. St. Clair Child and Youth Servic
Chatham Daily News / Posted 7 hours ago
Francophone youth in the Sarnia-Lambton area. St. Clair Child and Youth Services, which is delivering a project where an indigenous liaison is hired to create culturally responsive mental health services for children and youth. “The Ontario... Read more
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CTV News
Universal access needed for abortion pill, advocates urgealso perhaps in a correctional facility or they're being looked after by an agr
CTV News / Posted 8 hours ago
also perhaps in a correctional facility or they're being looked after by an agreement with the federal government, as some indigenous populations are," she said. Shellian says the CNA has been working with Health Canada for nearly a year and calls... Read more
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CTV News
Mayor of Thunder Bay, Ont., and two others charged with extortiondevelopment in the case comes as Thunder Bay grapples with tensions between its
CTV News / Posted 8 hours ago
development in the case comes as Thunder Bay grapples with tensions between its police force and members of the Indigenous community. In recent months, Ontario's chief coroner asked an outside police force to help investigate the deaths... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Teens creating new pathwayThe 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) levels the playing field for Ab
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 8 hours ago
The 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) levels the playing field for Aboriginal women at this year’s competition. Women Under 19 Lacrosse, 2017 is the first time women have been allowed to compete in the NAIG — sisters, Kendall and... Read more
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TribLIVE
Large-scale tales: Blawnox-based sculptor tells a story with each piecehigh over a walking path. Commissioned by the Allegheny Land Trust, it will fea
TribLIVE / Posted 8 hours ago
high over a walking path. Commissioned by the Allegheny Land Trust, it will feature cut out shapes resembling plant life indigenous to the island. The island hosts a unique floodplain hardwood forest that is among the most rare plant community... Read more
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KERA North Texas
This Canadian oil pipeline could cause the next great controversythe new pipeline. And they were joined by about a dozen people from the US side
KERA North Texas / Posted 9 hours ago
the new pipeline. And they were joined by about a dozen people from the US side of the border, motivated by concern for indigenous rights, climate change and their own backyard, which they share with Canada. The proximity is clear from Deborah... Read more
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KERA North Texas
CDC: Half Of All Female Murder Victims Are Killed By Intimate PartnersControl, published Thursday, that takes a close look at the homicides of women.
KERA North Texas / Posted 9 hours ago
Control, published Thursday, that takes a close look at the homicides of women. The report also found that black and indigenous women are murdered, in general, at significantly higher rates than women of other races. Black women are murdered... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Girls can soar tooto select graduates from the program. The girls’ house, which will open in 201
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 9 hours ago
to select graduates from the program. The girls’ house, which will open in 2019, will be a residential facility for young indigenous women from Cape York and the Torres Strait. It will provide them with a culturally appropriate and a secure place... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
CDC: Half Of All Female Murder Victims Are Killed By Intimate PartnersControl, published Thursday, that takes a close look at the homicides of women.
KPBS San Diego / Posted 9 hours ago
Control, published Thursday, that takes a close look at the homicides of women. The report also found that black and indigenous women are murdered, in general, at significantly higher rates than women of other races. Black women are murdered... Read more
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BC Local News
FVRD compiling mini Indigenous libraryFraser Valley Regional District staff will soon have better access to informati
BC Local News / Posted 9 hours ago
Fraser Valley Regional District staff will soon have better access to information about Indigenous culture and history. The district is collecting books that will comprise a small library in a break room at its Chilliwack offices. Staff have... Read more
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BC Local News
Short notice for MMIW inquiry community meetingsUPDATED The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Gi
BC Local News / Posted 10 hours ago
UPDATED The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has made its way to northern B.C. but the process is unclear to some. Claudia Williams, a former Prince Rupert resident, whose sister Alberta Williams was murdered in... Read more
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Mission City Record
FVRD compiling mini Indigenous libraryFraser Valley Regional District staff will soon have better access to informati
Mission City Record / Posted 10 hours ago
Fraser Valley Regional District staff will soon have better access to information about Indigenous culture and history. The district is collecting books that will comprise a small library in a break room at its Chilliwack offices. Staff have... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Neglect of Indigenous people highlightedHenry and Joe Shawana, are will be sharing a position on Canada 150 being taken
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 10 hours ago
Henry and Joe Shawana, are will be sharing a position on Canada 150 being taken by people who feel the poor treatment of Indigenous people should not be ignored during ongoing celebrations this year. Shawana, who will be studying Indigenous... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Neglect of Indigenous people highlightedHenry and Joe Shawana, are will be sharing a position on Canada 150 being taken
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 10 hours ago
Henry and Joe Shawana, are will be sharing a position on Canada 150 being taken by people who feel the poor treatment of Indigenous people should not be ignored during ongoing celebrations this year. Shawana, who will be studying Indigenous... Read more
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Fortune
raceAhead: Five Breaking News Haikushe says. By 1883, the government began to force the eradication of all “heathen
Fortune / Posted 10 hours ago
he says. By 1883, the government began to force the eradication of all “heathenish” Indian dances, in an attempt to force indigenous populations to convert to Christianity. “Thus, customary ceremonies that once brought spiritual relief to Lakotas,... Read more
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CTV News
Olympic boxer Mary Spencer has fond memories of North American Indigenous Gamesshe represented Canada in boxing, or the Pan American Games, where she won gold
CTV News / Posted 11 hours ago
she represented Canada in boxing, or the Pan American Games, where she won gold. She's referring to the North American Indigenous Games, where she played basketball for Ontario in 2002. Spencer and some of her teammates got tattoos together at... Read more
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New Kerala
Government Advances Clean Growth Economy With Call for Expressions of Interest for Next-Generation Clean Energy Infrastructure Projects - newkerala news #256175national programs, including projects to support next-generation smart grid sys
New Kerala / Posted 11 hours ago
national programs, including projects to support next-generation smart grid systems, reduce the reliance of northern and Indigenous communities on diesel fuel, increase the number of electric vehicle stations and help build new net-zero buildings... Read more
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The Christian Post
Christian Clinic Saving Children's Lives in Niger as Muslim Animists Try to Scare Parents Away With Spirit Warnings An indigenous Christian clinic in Niger is saving children's lives despite lo
The Christian Post / Posted 11 hours ago
An indigenous Christian clinic in Niger is saving children's lives despite local Muslim animists' attempts to frighten parents away... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Family moves into Habitat-built homeRoad in Fort Erie. This competes the 11th build in Fort Erie and was completed
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 11 hours ago
Road in Fort Erie. This competes the 11th build in Fort Erie and was completed in partnership with the organization’s Indigenous Housing Program, along with the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project, an initiative that is building 150 homes... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Family moves into Habitat-built homeRoad in Fort Erie. This competes the 11th build in Fort Erie and was completed
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 11 hours ago
Road in Fort Erie. This competes the 11th build in Fort Erie and was completed in partnership with the organization’s Indigenous Housing Program, along with the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project, an initiative that is building 150 homes... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Short notice for MMIW inquiry community meetingsUPDATED The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Gi
Terrace Standard / Posted 11 hours ago
UPDATED The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has made its way to northern B.C. but the process is unclear to some. Claudia Williams, a former Prince Rupert resident, whose sister Alberta Williams was murdered in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Raiders to honour and recognise female pioneer Katrina Fanning way for women to play the sport they love. Fanning, who played more than 24 te
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
way for women to play the sport they love. Fanning, who played more than 24 tests for Australia and is the manager of the indigenous female All-Stars side, is delighted to be recognised at the event along with the other females that are involved... Read more
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Canberra Times
Throughcare program to help 150 ex-inmates a year avoid jaila year it costs to house them in AMC. The pilot program cost $4.7 million. The
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
a year it costs to house them in AMC. The pilot program cost $4.7 million. The program was criticised for failing to stop Indigenous inmates - who make up a quarter of the prison population - from returning to jail. A spokesperson for Corrective... Read more
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Canberra Times
Jack Trengove's return one of AFL 2017's feel-good storiesthe team and flew back and is really looking forward to playing," Goodwin said.
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
the team and flew back and is really looking forward to playing," Goodwin said. "It's a big day for our footy club from an Indigenous perspective. It's the first time we'll wear our Indigenous jumper at the MCG, so for Jeff to be a part of that is... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Family moves into Habitat-built homeRoad in Fort Erie. This competes the 11th build in Fort Erie and was completed
Welland Tribune / Posted 11 hours ago
Road in Fort Erie. This competes the 11th build in Fort Erie and was completed in partnership with the organization’s Indigenous Housing Program, along with the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project, an initiative that is building 150 homes... Read more
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