State of the World’s Indigenous Peoples: First Report

The Secretariat of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues recently issued its first-ever report on The State of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, all 370 million of them. Written by seven independent experts — all of them indigenous, according to GlobalPost —  chapter topics include self-determination, cultural diversity, health, education, and the environment.

Aboriginal Athletes at Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics

While I have every intention of blogging about the pro- and anti-Olympic arguments kicking up snow within the indigenous corners (and beyond) of the InterWeb, I wanted to draw attention at this time to the two Aboriginal athletes in competition at the 2010 Winter Olympics. (There are also two at the Paralympics, which immediately follow. More on them […]