‘Endorse Declaration as a human rights instrument’
AUGUSTA, Maine – North America’s Regional Representative to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues marked United Nations Day with a presentation to a Maine audience about how indigenous peoples got a seat at the table of the international organization, and the continuing struggle to maintain and advance it.
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Buchanan: Being a black Indian at a Chickahominy pow wow
I knew as the sweat rolled down my face that I was being watched.
“This is how tribal wars get started,” I said to my friend, Jane.
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