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Our bodies are not terra nullius 

Our bodies are not terra nullius  | Indigenous Awareness | Scoop.it
I will not be linking to any media articles for this post. There is enough out there for my readers to find the articles on their own. Be forewarned that what you will read may shock you with how t...
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Our top art events around the world this week: the history of indigenous Australians and much more | The National

Our top art events around the world this week: the history of indigenous Australians and much more | The National | Indigenous Awareness | Scoop.it
Plus: how arts has interpreted advancements in technology and the role of design in creating an Italian identity.

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Acknowledging indigenous heritage a good beginning - The Australian

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Acknowledging indigenous heritage a good beginning
The Australian
It is premised on the outdated notions of terra nullius and assimilation.
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Indigenous groups in the U.S. struggle to retain, and relearn, dying languages

Indigenous groups in the U.S. struggle to retain, and relearn, dying languages | Indigenous Awareness | Scoop.it
Several organizations across the nation work to reverse a course of action played out for generations that has pushed languages to extinction.

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andrew desrochers's curator insight, May 5, 2015 2:51 PM

do you think that these coaxacan people are doing the right thing by fighting against the economy in order to keep their language? Should they pay their bills and become citizens, or continue their culture?

Aliah Therese's curator insight, April 3, 2016 9:56 AM
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Its a struggle to re-learn but needs and can be done.