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Free Papua CAMPAIGN| In conversation with a Papuan Activist

More than often, Indonesia is referred as a peaceful paradise on earth. The Republic of Indonesia is a sovereign democracy, but let’s divulge deeper to see what ‘democracy’ looks like in modern-day Indonesia? 1,044 more words

Emergencies And Conflict


Peter Matthiessen passed away in April, just before his new title was set to publish. In Paradise might seem to be an odd, perhaps offensive, title for a book set in a concentration camp. 200 more words

Books To Read


TECMUN stands for Tecnológico de Monterrey Model United Nations. This was my third time in this model BUT the first time in the SENIOR version. 159 more words


A Closer Look at Looking for First Nations Love

Lisa Charleyboy’s opinion on CBC yesterday brought to light some of the complexities of our dating lives as indigenous people in what is now known as Canada, but failed to denounce the statutory racism that constrains us on so many levels, including matters of the heart. 1,081 more words

Volunteer teacher call-outs for Bright Side Projects

Have ideas to get involved in the Taiwanese community and be surrounded by kids (not teaching English)?

Language Proficiency: One
Time Commitment: 1-2 day workshop; approximately 2 meetings beforehand and items such as biography, material list, communication required. 151 more words

Proficiency Level Five


I do not consider myself as having been born in the USA – I have no patriotic songs to sing other than those of my own people. 351 more words

Mangyan Day organized by HAGIBBAT Mangyan Mindoro held at Victoria, Oriental Mindoro

(This article aims to correct and clarify the information posted on the last blog regarding the Mangyan Day)

Mangyan Day this year was the seventh celebration held last April 10 – 12, 2014 at Sitio Duongan, Brgy. 562 more words

Indigenous People