News

This section holds articles about current events. Please see the Events section for conferences and workshops.

Do you have a news item you would like to share? Drop us a note.

ancient echoes: tribes embrace native names

By Dennis Wagner, The Republic | azcentral.com
Posted 4/9/2012 04:10:18 AM

If you drive deep into the Navajo Reservation and follow U.S. 160 a few miles past the fossilized dinosaur tracks, you enter an area that you might think is the home of the tribe's Tuba City Chapter.

Tags:

Digital Defenders: Tribal People Use GPS to Protect Their Lands

From the rainforests of central Africa to the Australian outback, indigenous people armed with GPS devices are surveying their territories and producing maps they can use to protect them from logging and other outside development.
by Fred Pearce
Tags:

The Land That Talks: A multimedia tour of Algonquin place names.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Algonquin Nation Secretariat Launches New Website.  
The Land That Talks: A multimedia tour of Algonquin place names.
Tags: