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Links related to Indigenous peoples and cultures, presented in somewhat random fashion:

Indigenous with a capital I

Media Faves (Trying to create a Top 10)

Honorable mentions:Canastitas, Territory Trails

Headlines
Chicago Blackhawks to read Indigenous land acknowledgment before each home game
App saving indigenous Alaskan language from extinction
Indigenous Land Acknowledgement, Explained – Teen Vogue
https://www.snewsnet.com/people/indigenous-peoples-day-2018
How Can the UN Better Include Indigenous Peoples in Its Development Goals?: There’s An App For That
Digital footprints of the past: An online archive of Native history – Santa Fe New Mexican
adam-beach-hollywood-whitewashing-casting-native-american-open-letter
Canada’s record on racial discrimination under scrutiny at UN
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09669582.2016.1206112
http://www.univision.com/noticias/noticias-de-mexico/tradicion-milenaria-en-la-actualidad-fotos
http://indianandcowboy.ca/podcasts/kanata-pod-ep2-community-media-jules-koostachin
http://www.mediaindigena.com/rickharp/issues-and-politics/misleading-label-indigenous-languages-lost-dying
http://www.pri.org/stories/2016-12-17/modern-day-tribes-still-carry-traces-colonial-devastation-their-dna
Asked and Answered: A President for Indian Country – White House
An Indigenous curator for Indigenous artefacts: South Australia breaks new ground
ost-found-and-shared-indigenous-language-speakers-on-the-rise
how-social-media-helping-save-endangered-languages
Mexico indigenous people: Pope Francis asks for forgiveness
Technology key to revitalising language and culture@DigitalMaori

Twitter
@indianpueblo
@IndigenousTweet
@DigitalMaori
@caama
@CIRidgeway
@indiancountry
@navajotimes
@IndigenousWaves
@livingtongues
@RPMfm
@UN4Indigenous
@mediaINDIGENA
@OfficialAIANTA
@MiMuseoIndigena
@CDI_mx
@NativeInnovate
@RhiannaPatrick
@NativeApprops
@TerriHansen
@brendanorrell
@NativeTimes
@NativeOklahoma
@IndigenousPMC
@Riddu
@Mictlantecuhtl_
@LenguasWeb
list

Twitter/Museums
@lostcitymuseum
@Te_Papa
@pequotmuseum
@HeardMuseum
@SmithsonianNMAI

February 6 Sámi National Day
August 9 International Day of the World’s Indigenous People
September Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week)

Indigenous Literacy Day
September 2 is Indigenous Literacy Day
http://www.indigenousliteracyfoundation.org.au/indigenous-literacy-day.html
@IndigenousLF

Second Monday in October
#IndigenousPeoplesDay
https://www.planeta.com/1610indigenouspeoplesday
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2016/10/10/support-grows-indigenous-peoples-day-amid-columbus-day-criticism/91845266/
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/10/12/columbus-day-becomes-indigenous-peoples-day/73802278

Live Video / Ustream
The National Museum of the American Indian is the first national museum dedicated to the preservation, study, and exhibition of the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of Native Americans. Join us for lectures, plays and musical performances from the Nation’s Capitol.
http://nmai.si.edu
https://www.facebook.com/events/323995807948653
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/national-museum-of-the-american-indian
@SmithsonianNMAI

Indigenous World
Aboriginal Australiadidgeridoo
Ainu
algonquin
Ecuador’s indigenous people
Inuit
Maorimaori languagemaori proverbs
maasai
Quechua
Sámiswedish lapland
tainu

Indigenous Mexico
Maya
Ayöök (Mixe)
Chinanteco
Mixtec
Zapotec
http://lenguasindigenas.mxhttp://www.youtube.com/user/adlenguasindigenas
http://www.inali.gob.mxhttps://twitter.com/INALIMEXICO

Los Mexicanos vistos por sí mismos
http://www.losmexicanos.unam.mx
http://www.losmexicanos.unam.mx/indigenas/encuesta_nacional.html
http://www.dgcs.unam.mx/boletin/bdboletin/2016_490.html

Indigenous USA
Alaska Native Language Center
Apache
Chickasaw
Choctaw Nation
Comanche Nation of Oklahoma
creek
Diné (Navajo)
SiaThe Comanche Nation Ethno-Ornithological Initiative
Grand Portage Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa
Hopi
Hualapai
Iroquois
Lakota
Mohegan
Nimi’ipu (Nez Perce)
Paiute
Pequot
Puebloan Peoples
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Sioux
Founded in 1944, the National Congress of American Indians is the oldest, largest & most representative American Indian & Alaska Native org in the country.
@NCAI1944

Recommended Listening
http://www.nativeamericacalling.com
https://soundcloud.com/native-america-calling
A live call-in program, engaging noted guests and listeners in a thought-provoking national conversation from a Native perspective. Hosted by Tara Gatewood (Isleta).

Yolitia Totlahol Jalisco Radio
https://www.facebook.com/Yolitia

Ecos Indígenas, La Voz de la Diversidad

Indigenous New Zealand
Te Ara
TIME Unlimited
Maori Television

Indigenous Twitter
Never Alone: Ki Edition by E-Line Media
https://appsto.re/us/l9iF_.i

IndigenousX
indigenousx.com.au
startsomegood.com/indigenousx
@IndigenousX @LukeLPearson
@farmer_kylie
https://www.facebook.com/Indigenousx
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/awaye/the-voices-behind-indigenousx/6680348
The Twitter phenomenon that is @IndigenousX
I just supported @IndigenousXLtd on @StartSomeGood. You should too! https://shar.es/1tYmqq via @sharethis

Quotes
Building genuine partnerships with Aboriginal people isn’t just about benefiting indigenous Australians. Perhaps non-Aboriginal Australia can learn from a people who have survived 60,000 years on this harsh continent. We will then be on the way to developing an equal partnership that makes Aboriginal health ‘everyone’s business’. Don’t be put off if you are unsure how to proceed. Those ten women showed me, in a way I’ll never forget, that you don’t have to know the answers. You don’t even have to know the questions. What you need to do for successful consultation is to know how to build trust, show respect, listen and not be hurried.
– Anthony Hillin, Walking the path together

The measure by which we should test our laws and our institutions is to ask how they work for the poor, the marginalized and the culturally distinct. It’s never enough that they work well for the rich, well-educated members of the dominant culture.
Larissa Behrendt, Perils, Real or Imagined (2005)

Kakadu has sort of fallen between the cracks. Even with the abundance of publicity derived from films like Crocodile Dundee and countless wildlife documentaries, the significance of the indigenous peoples is rarely properly acknowledged.
– John Morse, cited in Kakadu or Don’t

Too long we have been brainwashed into believing that our own indigenous languages of the world are not compatible with the modern world. We no longer succumb to the colonisations of our minds forcing us to believe that we must give away our indigenous languages in order to be part of our global community. We know that is rubbish and it’s time to say it loudly around the world.
Sir Tamati Reedy delivered at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference in Education (WIPCE) in 1990 held at Turangawaewae Marae, Hamilton, cited in Te Ahi Kaa

Recommended listening
Meditating on decolonisation – Can you decolonise yourself through meditation? A visual artist who practices meditation, Katie West has created a ‘third space’ for Melbourne’s Next Wave festival of emerging arts where audiences can experience decolonisation – a process that is best described as the undoing of colonisation.

For us and our children after us: Indigenous economic survival – How should the management of intergenerational collectively owned assets be approached? Highlights of The economics of Indigenous survival the 14th annual Vincent Lingiari lecture, Charles Darwin University, Northern Territory.

Holding our tongues is a Hindsight project about the long and painful task of reviving Aboriginal languages.

The impact of English on the preservation and maintenance of Indigenous and other old languages – Why do we need to preserve and maintain languages? Well as Wade Davis reminded us in his recent Massey lecture series The Way Finders, of the 7,000 languages spoken today, half are teetering on the brink of extinction…and with the extinction of a language an entire culture is lost.

Indigenous owners hoping to protect endangered species in the desert – A large chunk of Western Australia’s desert country straddling the famous Canning Stock Route became part of Australia’s national reserve system this week.

Nineteenth-century appetites for indigenous foods – In recent years we’ve seen something of a revival for bush foods but what’s perhaps surprising is that engagement with and a curiosity about native food isn’t something new.

ahttp://www.ksut.org/tribalradio.htmlhttp://www.knba.orghttp://www.cdi.gob.mx/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=71

Elsewhere on the Web
indifest.orgPeliculasFacebookYouTubehttps://twitter.com/CineIndifest/
International Indian Treaty Council@treatycouncil
greggdeal.com
najanewsroom.com@najournalists
https://trahantreports.comhttps://twitter.com/TrahantReports
https://trahantreports.com/2017/11/28/press-performance-reporting-trump-native-code-talkers-and-viral-outrage
https://soundcloud.com/user-773169135
http://nihizaad.com@nihizaad
https://fnx.orghttps://twitter.com/fnxtv
http://pueblosoriginarios.comhttps://twitter.com/pue_originarios
http://www.visionmakermedia.org/festival
http://internationalfunders.orghttps://twitter.com/IFIP
https://www.facebook.com/IFIPphilanthropy
http://www.unep-wcmc.org/news/indigenous-and-local-knowledge-has-important-role-in-biodiversity-assessments
International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (IIFB)@IIFB_indigenous
http://www.iccaconsortium.org@ICCAConsortium
http://www.indigenousportal.com
http://www.iltf.org/resourceshttp://www.iltf.org/resources/land-tenure-curriculum
http://outbounding.org/hub/indigenous-tourism/all/new
http://www.ienearth.org@IENearth
Native Web
Cultural SurvivalFacebook
A Challenge to Conservationists – Mac Chapin/World Watch
Conservation Refugees: When Protecting Nature Means Kicking People Out – Mark Dowie/Orion
The Nature Conservancy and Indigenous Peoples – TNC
Raiz de la imagen – CLACPI
Workshop Series on Indigenous Communities, Tourism and Biodiversity – NZTRI
Living on the Land: Indigenous Women’s Understanding of Place
http://galdu.org
http://www.nativenetworks.si.edu
http://indigenous.developmentgateway.org
http://www.arcticpeoples.org
http://www.iiirm.org

http://traditionalcultures.squarespace.com
Native Wiki
http://www.scoop.it/t/world-indigenous-tourism
Project 562

“Rethinking Tourism Certification”: An Online Indigenous Conference June 14 – July 2, 2004

Tourism Guidelines
https://www.gadventures.com/about-us/responsible-travel/indigenous-guidelines
https://media.gadventures.com/media-server/dynamic/admin/flatpages/indigenous-2017-11-29.pdf

Flickr Groups
Native Voices
https://www.flickr.com/photos/un_photo/sets/72157614476504440

Facebook
Indigenous Tourism
Global Workshop for Indigenous and Local Communities: Biodiversity, Tourism and the Social Web (2012)
Comisión Nacional para el Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas
Congreso Internacional Pueblos Indígenas de América Latina (CIPIAL)
https://www.facebook.com/indigenousfremantle
https://www.facebook.com/native.encyclopedia
https://www.facebook.com/culturalsurvival
https://www.facebook.com/treatycouncil
https://www.facebook.com/incomindios
https://www.facebook.com/indiancraftshop
https://www.facebook.com/indigenous.portal
https://www.facebook.com/WorldIndigenousNetwork
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Indigenous-Tourism-Hub/99044229147
http://www.facebook.com/indigenouspeoplesissues
United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
https://www.facebook.com/Te-Taura-Whiri-i-te-Reo-M%C4%81ori-153306381396594

Blogs
http://natural-justice.blogspot.com
http://www.turismoindigenachacana.blogspot.com
http://nativevoice.tumblr.com
http://cesclients.blogspot.mx
http://indigenoustweets.blogspot.com@IndigenousTweet
http://turismocomunitarioindigena.wordpress.com@LopezGuevaraMx
http://indigenouswaves.com
http://iccaconsortium.wordpress.com@ICCAConsortium
http://aboriginalastronomy.blogspot.com

Soundcloud
https://soundcloud.com/RPMfm
https://soundcloud.com/radioindigena
https://soundcloud.com/dineweb
https://soundcloud.com/jumpingsun
https://soundcloud.com/navajo-word-of-the-day
https://soundcloud.com/cdi_mx

YouTube
Indigenous People
IndigenousKnowledge
RN Indigenous
EnduringVoices
ArohatiaTeReo
Linguinotas
Ventana a mi Comunidad

Buzzword Bingo
AboriginalAtlatlAdnyamathanhaAyuuk – Chinantec – CorroboreefpicHula – Indian – IndigenousInuitKachinaManaakitangaMāori – Mixtec – Native – Nimi’ipuu – PachamamaPauitePeoplePotlatchPow WowQuechua – Ráidu – Reservation – Rock Art – SámiSovereignty – Survivor – Territory – Zapotec8J

Survival International
http://www.survivalinternational.org@Survivalhttps://www.facebook.com/survival
code of practice for filmmakers working with tribal peoples (PDF). Details
http://www.survivalinternational.org/galleries/tribes-from-the-air
http://www.survivalinternational.org/info/terminology

Native Voices
http://www.flickr.com/groups/nativevoices
http://nativevoice.tumblr.com

Casinos
http://www.reviewjournal.com/columns-blogs/inside-gaming/tribe-s-talking-stick-resort-wields-powerful-economic-clout

Parks and Protected Areas
Indigenous Peoples’ and Community Conserved Areas and Territories (ICCAs)@ICCAConsortium
Grand Portage National Monument
Site operated by the US National Park Service and the Grand Portage Band of the Ojibwe

Biology and Indigenous Peoples
The International Society of Ethnobiology
13th Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology

akwe brochure
Spotlight on Matika Wilbur
http://www.matikawilbur.com
http://matikawilbur.com/blog
http://firstpeoples.org/wp/reframing-native-narratives-the-allure-of-project-562@FirstPeoples
https://www.facebook.com/Project562
http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz0lkKrwT4YI6-zigWnrNXw

USA / Tribal Gaming
The Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming focuses on research, policy studies, and education related to the area of tribal gaming management. The Institute, centered in the largest tribal gaming community in the world, is geared to studying tribal gaming within the broader industry of hospitality and tourism management.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sycuan_Institute_on_Tribal_Gaming

USA
Pueblo Etiquette – Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Canada
Aboriginal Tourism Conference in British Columbia – Livestream


Videos
ITBW Playlist
Tyos meep (Dios Mep)
Zapoteco de la Costa
Flinders Range – Bookabee Tours
From little things big things grow
The Indigenous Connection – Julia Butterfly Hill/Big Picture TV
Indigenous Children Connect Across the Globe Through Technology


Reflection
How do we listen to marginalized voices without making others feel like they are ‘marginalized people.’ The key lies in respecting the tradition and culture and often the locality — what makes a place special for a particular group of people. The stories indigenous peoples can share will always have a different depth than what non indigenous peoples bring to the table. There will be a seachange in tourism when enough locals and visitors embrace the local travel movement and what is hyperlocal.

Successful web presence attracts additional visitors to an area which in turn create a positive economic impact for the local economies.

What does your heart say? (na ca anun?) Mixteco de San Pedro Tidaa #indigenous #oaxaca

Workshops
Sustainable tourism presents an important opportunity to protect and conserve not only biodiversity, but also cultural diversity and traditional knowledge. In light of this, the Conference of the Parties of the CBD adopted the Guidelines on Biodiversity and Tourism Development and the Secretariat developed a User’s Manual based on these Guidelines. These Guidelines and User’s Manual are particularly useful to indigenous peoples as a blueprint and hands on guide to protect and conserve biological and cultural diversity and traditional knowledge.

Indigenous people and traditional communities around the world, particularly those managing areas with significant biodiversity for livelihood and cultural reasons, have long realized that tourists are interested in visiting their surrounding areas and experiencing their ways of life and cultural roots. This has led to the development of various tourism products (tours, accommodation services, transportation and interpretation offers) designed, managed and operated by indigenous communities and leaders.

Indigenous Communities, Tourism and Biodiversity Workshop Series: New Information and Web-based Technologies
The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity is currently organizing a series of workshops on new information and web-based technologies within indigenous communities.
Second Workshop of the Series: Islands (November 2008)
First Workshop of the Series: The Arctic (November 2007)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayo_peoplehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaqui_language

Questions
What are examples of tourism that includes and benefits indigenous people?
What do out-bound tour operators and travelers suggest?
What ways are there to promote indigenous languages?
Has there been genuine consultation between indigenous people and the government? Among indigenous people and tour operators?
What is the preferred language and spelling of the following words: aboriginal, indigenous, native?
What recommendations to indigenous-owned tourism operations have?
Website Award
ITBW

We presented the winners of the Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award at the September 2010 Ecotourism Conference in Portland, Oregon.
TIME Unlimited tours is a luxury tour operator located in New Zealand, promoting sustainable tourism. They take you across New Zealand promoting the beautiful scenic areas and interesting history on New Zealand and Maori culture. In 2010 they were presented with this award.
http://www.newzealandtours.travel/
http://www.newzealandtours.travel/en-gb/auckland-tours/cultural-experiences

Who are indigenous peoples?
– It is estimated that there are more than 370 million indigenous people spread across 70 countries worldwide. Practicing unique traditions, they retain social, cultural, economic and political characteristics that are distinct from those of the dominant societies in which they live. Spread across the world from the Arctic to the South Pacific, they are the descendants – according to a common definition – of those who inhabited a country or a geographical region at the time when people of different cultures or ethnic origins arrived. The new arrivals later became dominant through conquest, occupation, settlement or other means.
Among the indigenous peoples are those of the Americas (for example, the Lakota in the USA, the Maya in Mexico and Central America or the Aymaras in Bolivia), the Inuit and Aleutians of the circumpolar region, the Sámi of northern Europe, the Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders of Australia and the Maori of New Zealand. These and most other indigenous peoples have retained distinct characteristics which are clearly different from those of other segments of the national populations.

Wikipedia
Indigenous peoples
List of indigenous peoples
Native_Americans_in_the_United_States
Indian_Removal_Act
Trail_of_Tears
Pocahontas

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