Forgotten Tribes of the Amazon

Acate Forgotten Tribes of the Amazon: The Héta of Brazil Héta men sharing a laugh. Christopher Herndon Many of us recognize some of the more famous tribes of the Amazon, such as the Yanomamö and Kayapó, have seen their images and heard their voices. This is the first...

The Power of Cherokee Women

ICMN Staff • Dorothy Sullivan/Bison Books “She Speaks for Her Clan” painting by Dorothy Sullivan, Cherokee. Cover image on Cherokee Women: Gender and Culture Change, 1700-1835   By mid-18th century, many Cherokee men and women realized that their...

Women save an Indigenous language in new documentary

Rabble As mainstream Canadian conversations are finally honed in on reconciliation, it’s essential that progressives continue to reframe the colonial narrative and support indigenous struggles for decolonization and self-determination. A vital element of this is the...

Top 5 Cities in Canada With the Most Indigenous People

  David P. Ball • October 6, 2017 Some Canadians seem to think Indigenous Peoples mostly dwell in far-flung remote reserves. But in fact the majority of indigenous people live in Canada’s cities, and according to the latest census, off-reserve First Nations,...