WOUNDED KNEE 1973 REMEMBERED
Fifty years ago a protest for civil rights on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota sparked a clash between the American Indian Movement and U.S. Army on the site of a massacre that ended the Indian Wars.
City of Geneva demands freedom for Leonard Peltier
Jean Roach, a Lakota woman who has been traveling in Europe since September, has successes to show for her journey.
Indigenous arguments on the crisis of the earth
The Museé d'Ethnografie de Genève (MEG) is presenting its exhibition entitled "Environmental Injustice - Indigenous Alternatives" until the end of August. The climate catastrophe hits small, non-industrialized peoples particularly hard, as they are directly dependent on an intact environment. They are the ones who must own our ear.
Everyone has a story to tell. We want to hear these stories. Everyone has an opinion. We want to discuss these opinions. Our dialogue can be provocative.
It is about the future of threatened peoples, minorities and nationalities worldwide. We are a mouthpiece, we are the “Society for Threatened Peoples” / Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker.