The words aboriginal, indigenous, native, primitive, adivasi, tribal and first nations are used almost synonymously although there are subtle differences […]
Volume 23 Issue 4
Keena – Native Indian Artist – 1949 – 1995 Keena was born to a Mohawk father and French-Canadian mother in […]
Editor’s note: San Cristóbal de las Casas, located in the central highlands of Chiapas, was catapulted into the limelight on […]
More than half of the population of Guatemala is indigenous, heirs of an ancient culture and trustees of centuries of […]
What is it to be indigenous?
“Reprinted with implicit permission from Climatestorytellers.org, as per their stated policy for not-for-profit publications.” This week families across the country […]
Unknown to perhaps many of us in this part of the world, there is a significant population of aboriginal people […]
I have a Question…… Twenty-nine organizations in Canada came together on November 16th, 2010 to issue a joint statement in […]
Norman Bethune was a world-reknowned Canadian surgeon, a passionate humanitarian, and a brilliant medical innovator.
Pain was his lot.
THE LOVE QUEEN OF MALABAR.
De Maiz… Everyone is igualdad Said the man of the wise mind And the old hands He told me We […]
SAND PLAINS, 1848 When deer are mating: The clatter of antlers.
What will the traveller see on the horizon?
My hands can still plough the fields.