In his new book, Tribal Peoples, Stephen Corry challenges popular assumptions about the world's indigenous. The director of Survival International, Stephen has spent the past 40 years promoting and popularizing tribal people's rights.
Since elected in 2006, Bolivia’s president Evo Morales has been hailed as a morally-driven leader of the people. Known for his trademark alpaca wool sweaters, he's long touted his indigenous roots and anti-American, environmentally progressive politics.
It’s Columbus Day. Over the years, Columbus Day has become something of a Rorschach test on what you think about our history with Native Americans or First Nations peoples. There are lots of places today where indigenous cultures are fighting to survive.