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First Nations People to Gather at Old Parliament House

Ghillar Anderson, leader of the Euahlayi tribe, and one of four original founders of the Tent Embassy, is preparing for this year’s annual Gathering of First Nations and Peoples. 606 more words

Indigenous

"Bush Tucker and Medicine".

A remote community in the Northern Territory is growing its own fruit and vegetables, bush tucker and bush medicine.
Ali Curung is an Indigenous community about 350 kilometres north of Alice Springs, where a network of communal garden beds have just being built. 222 more words
NATURE

"Destruction by Tadros".

Ingetje Tadros has been named a finalist in the feature/photographic essay category for her work, which presents an insider’s view of the struggles faced by remote Aboriginal communities undergoing the hardships that stem from dislocation. 68 more words
PHOTOGRAPHY

"Beauty in the Amazon".

In this June 23, 2015 photo, Yeni Casiano Barboza, 15, from the Ashaninka Indian community, Natividad, poses for a photo while waiting to compete in the annual beauty contest, in the Otari Nativo village, Pichari, Peru. 421 more words
PHOTOGRAPHY

"These Cholita women conquer Mountains."

Eleven Aymara indigenous women, ages 42 to 50, who worked as porters and cooks for mountaineers, put on crampons – spikes fixed to a boot for climbing – under their wide traditional skirts and started to do their own climbing. 86 more words
WOMEN

"Why the Crow is Black".

One day, a crow and a hawk hunted together in the bush. After travelling together for some time, they decided to hunt in opposite directions, and, at the close of the day, to share whatever game they had caught. 685 more words
CULTURE

"Nomads".

By Jenny Zhang.
Barefoot nomads roaming the desert; tribe members laughing together, their faces covered in paint; youths on horseback galloping across Tibetan plains—these are the subjects of Still Points in a Turning World, a fascinating series by photographer Terri Gold that documents the few indigenous tribal cultures left in the world. 193 more words
PHOTOGRAPHY