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Stories from Bolivia

I came back from my beautiful and amazing vacation in Bolivia. Every day, every single experience was really beautiful. I have always wanted to go to Bolivia. 1,672 more words

Trump Gives back Indigenous Land to Steal it Again

Washington D.C — In a surprise announcement President Donald Trump unveiled a new Executive Order requiring the immediate removal of all non-indigenous people off of indigenous lands. 146 more words

Donald Trump

Chiapas: Roberto Paciencia's Liberty at Risk

Roberto Paciencia Cruz on the day of his release, Photo @: Espoir Chiapas

On February 2, the No Estamos Todxs Working Group (GTNET in its Spanish acronym) and the Fray Bartolomé de las Casas Center for Human Rights, (CDHFBC, also known as Frayba) expressed their concern in a joint statement over the risk to personal freedom of Roberto Paciencia Cruz. 472 more words

Human Rights

Chiapas: Believing People Pilgrimage

Believing People Pilgrimage in San Cristóbal, 2016 Photo: El Heraldo de Chiapas

On January 25, members of Believing Peoples of the Diocese of San Cristóbal de Las Casas held a pilgrimage on the fifth anniversary of the death of Jtatik Samuel Ruíz and also for the commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Diocesan Coordination of Women (CODIMUJ). 220 more words

Human Rights

The Quechua People

There are many indigenous groups in the world, but one that particularly interested me was the Quechua people, indigenous of the Andes in South America. Something that caught my interest about these people was something about their language. 90 more words

People of Paradise

The indigenous group that I am interested in and want to learn more about are the Kanaka Maoli, also known as Native Hawaiians. The Kanaka Maoli live across all the islands of Hawaii. 281 more words

Hawaii

Nomadic lifestyle with Mongolians

If I can, I want to visit Orkhon Valley in the central part of MongolOrkhon Valley. The valley was inhabited by four indigenous tribes, the Huns, the Uyghurs, the Kidans and at last by the Mongolian people. 365 more words

Tourism