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Take a trip around the ... all » world through an interactive cultural exhibits, where the stories some of the world's most revered healers come alive. Step into the Healing Nautilus...an awe-inspiring journey of blessings through sight, sound and action. Enjoy a unique gift shop offering handcrafts of indigenous cultures and the Profiles of Healing book series. Commercial closes here. Ringing Rocks cultural exhibition is completely free and open to the public. Come join the dance!
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Warren Mundine, CEO of ntscorp Ltd, Native Title service provider, talks to us about how the Native Title Agreements have progressed since 1992, the important of Native Title to future generations of Indigenous people and the process of resolving Native Title Claims.
He is a speaker at the Native Title Developments Conferences on the 27th and 28th of October in Brisbane.
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In Colombia more than 10,000 indigenous people march in protest against President Alvaro Uribe.
They are protesting the militarization of their lands, the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas, and continuing state and paramilitary violence against their communities which has led to at least 24 assassinations since early September.
Please make your voice heard today.
10,000 indigenous people march in Colombia
The indigenous march arrives in Bogota. A week ago, when attacked by riot police, 300 women broke through to lead the march to the main square. Blocked from entering the National university in Bogota, marchers aim to take the main square, Plaza de Bolivar.
Canadian government plays divide and conquer with Algonquin indigenous peoples over logging
Birrung Gallery is a World Vision Australia initiative that provides unique Indigenous artwork to collectors and art lovers around the world.
Located in the Eastern Suburbs only 10 minutes walk from the heart of Sydney it is a must visit and should not be missed! Click for more information *******www.estv****.au
Birrung Gallery provides unique Indigenous artwork to collectors and art lovers around the world. In this video Trudie Leigo and Greg Mallyon take you to Birrung Gallery. See *******www.estv****.au
William Hooper Coleman, an indigenous Australian, earns his living busking on the streets of Sydney. In this short film by Producer Kristina Friend, he tells us a little of his life.
Ben Powless: President can hunt indigenous leader all he wants, the movement came from below
The Kayapó Nation is composed of indigenous Indians living in the Amazon rainforest. The Amazon forest is increasingly threatened by deforestation caused by fires burning massive areas for agriculture production. Logging, gold mining, and dam construction are other serious threats.
Because deforestation is one of the leading causes of climate change, not only does this loss threaten the survival of many indigenous communities such as the Kayapó, it impacts people the world over. Often called the "lungs of the earth," tropical forests help stabilize climate by absorbing the carbon dioxide. The destruction of forests is the second largest source of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere.
*******www.redskyperformance****. Shimmer finds its inspiration in the fire and beauty of Canadian and Australian Indigenous traditional dance, and proves that it is alive in the here and now.
Shimmer explores the contemporary landscape where the red earth people meet the red sky, and shines new light on the sentient nature of our world.
Conceived with direction by Sandra Laronde and choreographed by Albert David and Michael Greyeyes, In collaboration with artists from Indigenous Australia (mainland and the Torres Strait Islands), Red Sky brings a unique dance creation featuring an all-male Indigenous cast with live drummers and singers, and a didgeridoo player and songman.