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The State Board of Education will vote Friday on a Mexican-American studies elective based on a Houston course that looks at history, culture and current events. ... said the district's schools have social studies electives looking at African-American, Latin-American, Asian-American and indigenous issues.
Murphy didn't grow up having a close connection to the cuisine of her Indigenous heritage, despite growing up on the eastern side of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico. The loss of ancestral knowledge was partly a result of governmental systems of assimilation, which included the Native American ...

Mexico is looking to enhance its energy ties with India through greater participation of Indian companies, especially in meeting its gasoline deficit. The Latin American country ... The Mexican basin is considered an extension of America's Eagle Ford basin, which revolutionised shale gas and oil production.
Prosecutors in central Mexico say assailants have shot to death a mayor near the colonial city of Puebla. ... On Wednesday, Mexico's Green party said a female state assembly candidate was killed in the neighboring state of Michoacan. ... For all the latest World News, download Indian Express App.
Mexican soldiers and police in the troubled southern state of Guerrero have escorted a convoy of 92 people terrorized by drug cartels out of their mountain hamlet. ... Also on Wednesday, Mexico's Green party said a female state assembly candidate was killed in the neighboring state of Michoacan. police
This section of the border wall that was recently built near the Mexican town of Anapra shows the new type of 'bollard' wall that be built near Santa Teresa, ... ROMA: The deployment of National Guard members to the US-Mexico border at President Donald Trump's request was underway with a ... US troops Mexico

Her supporters filled the plaza outside the Palacio de Bellas Artes -- a historic cultural hub in the heart of Mexico City -- to listen to the woman that they hope can bring about a radical change in Mexican society. Marichuy, as Patricio is commonly known, is an indigenous Nahua healer from the state ...
Marichuy was chosen to represent Mexican indigenous groups as an independent candidate in the 2018 elections. ... Marichuy was elected as spokeswoman for the indigenous communities of Mexico, embarking on a campaign to run as an independent candidate in the July 2018 general elections, on ... rights indigenous peoples women
A crash involving a pickup truck and a train in central Mexico on Wednesday killed five people and injured 10 more, including six children, authorities said. The Jalisco state Civil Defense Department reported via Twitter that the accident took place in Lagos de Moreno in the northeastern part of the state, ... rights indigenous peoples women
A group of divers has connected two underwater caverns in eastern Mexico to reveal what is believed to be the biggest flooded cave on the planet, ... the length of Sac Aktun underwater cave system as part of the Gran Acuifero Maya Project near Tulum, in Quintana Roo state, Mexico January 24, 2014. rights indigenous peoples women
During the 16th century in the southern part of Mexico, a mysterious illness killed some 18 million indigenous Mixtec people. The disease, which was referred to by the name cocoliztli in historic records, caused headaches, fever, liver damage, and bleeding from the eyes, nose, and mouth. Historically ... rights indigenous peoples women
As we know from the last two months of 2017, Ovni activity does not stop at the Mexican border, we know that Alien indigenous entities are worried because of the recent space launches which they are sure is sending war material into Earth's orbit, drawn by these events, “They” are monitoring Earth ... rights indigenous peoples women
In south-central Mexico, flanked by rugged, rolling mountain ranges, sits Oaxaca, a state with a rich cultural heritage and a diverse gathering of proud, indigenous people who still celebrate their unique historical identities and way of life. Travelling to the region, Mexican photographer Diego Huerta has ... rights indigenous peoples women
“Liberals and environmentalists are opposed to the pipelines, given the negative impact to the environment, which may include areas that are culturally sensitive to indigenous people.” Sur de Texas has been delayed by an injunction by a Mexican fishing cooperative that operates in the Gulf of Mexico. rights indigenous peoples women
OAXACA, Mexico — Nestled in the Sierra Mountains of central Mexico, Oaxaca has made a name for itself as a tourist destination of cultural and culinary ... 33, turned to mezcal, handcrafting the distilled alcoholic beverage made from the agave plant and part of Oaxaca's indigenous culture and history. rights indigenous peoples women
While the politicians may have meant to exploit peasant federations for the purposes of electoral politics, Mexican peasant leagues and indigenous federations continued to mobilize with support from semi-autonomous and autonomous federations. Social science research from Mexico and other Latin ... rights indigenous peoples women
Violent clashes involving gunmen, a community police force and state police killed 11 people in the troubled southern state of Guerrero, while a separate series of shootouts the previous night left seven dead in the northern Mexico beach resort of San Jose del Cabo. Guerrero state security spokesman ... rights indigenous peoples women

Alta Calidad — a sunny corner dining room in Prospect Heights — is billed as “innovative Mexican,” though that description doesn't tell the restaurant's entire story. Instead, it's best to look at the restaurant's “roti,” which itself is a bit misnamed. A classic Indian roti is just wheat flour, water, and maybe a dab ... rights indigenous peoples women
Two months after the deadly Wine Country fires, an often-overlooked community of mostly undocumented indigenous immigrants from Mexico continues to suffer in silence and isolation, struggling to obtain disaster aid or avoiding it altogether. In a state where approximately one-third of farmworkers are ... rights indigenous peoples women
Early maps of the Americas made by indigenous people are rare—extremely rare. This map, dated 1593, is one of fewer than 100 such documents that have survived the ravages of time. It provides a fascinating glimpse into the early interactions between the indigenous people of Mexico and the recently ... rights indigenous peoples women
A journalist was killed Saturday in the Mexican border state of Tamaulipas and authorities said they were investigating to see if his death was related to his ... in the new year after a deadly 2017 that saw at least 10 killed in what international press groups called a crisis for freedom of expression in Mexico. rights indigenous peoples women
An eatery that blends Indian food with Mexican fast food staples will be opening in Hunters Point by the end of this month. DesiBowl, the name of the site at 49-11 Vernon Blvd., will primarily offer build-your-own burritos and tacos with Indian-style meats, rices, and vegetables to choose from for lunch onward ... rights indigenous peoples women
According to a December 2017 story published in Natural Gas Intelligence, TransCanada's proposed Tuxpan-Tula pipeline is facing opposition from the indigenous Otomi community living in the Mexican state of Puebla. With Tuxpan-Tula, TransCanada hopes to send natural gas from Texas to Mexico via ... rights indigenous peoples women
Displaced indigenous people returning to their homes in Chalchihuitan are going "straight to the slaughterhouse," warn NGOs and civil society groups ... More than 5,000 people from Chalchihuitan in Mexico driven from their homes late last year by fear of paramilitary violence are returning home, where ... rights indigenous peoples women
The first was hosted by the U.S. in 2016 and next year's meeting will be in 2018, hosted by Mexico. Associate Attorney General Brand met with Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Canada's Crown-Indigenous and Northern Affairs and Ismerai Betanzos Ordaz, Indigenous Rights Coordinator, Mexican Commission ... rights indigenous peoples women
Brazilian police have arrested an alleged Mexican drug boss, federal prosecutors said on Wednesday, in a blow to one of the most powerful organizations in Mexico's criminal underworld. According to the arrest warrant, police detained Jose Gonzalez Valencia, 42, a leader of the Jalisco New Generation ... rights indigenous peoples women
Still, he beamed as a crowd gathered for a ceremony that honored several other indigenous activists who spoke their languages. Government officials gave impassioned speeches on the importance of preserving the 47 indigenous languages that remain in the country. Amadeo spoke words in Taushiro. rights indigenous peoples women
Alta Calidad — a sunny corner dining room in Prospect Heights — is billed as “innovative Mexican,” though that description doesn't tell the restaurant's entire story. Instead, it's best to look at the restaurant's “roti,” which itself is a bit misnamed. A classic Indian roti is just wheat flour, water, and maybe a dab ... rights indigenous peoples women
Federal police arrested a man early Monday suspected of planning and helping carry out the March murder of Miroslava Breach, one of the highest-profile journalists slain this year amid a wave of such killings in Mexico. The National Security Commission said in a statement that the 43-year-old suspect ... rights indigenous peoples women
Aquetzali grew up in Huehuetenango, an area in northwestern Guatemala that borders Mexico. About 58 percent of its residents identify as indigenous, according to statistics from Guatemala's National Survey Institute (INE). Aquetzali admits that not all gender identities and sexual orientations are fully ... rights indigenous peoples women
MEXICO CITY - Clergy in southern Chiapas reiterated warnings of an escalating humanitarian crisis as a land dispute has driven some 5,000 indigenous Tzotzil from their communities and into the mountains to survive in cold and squalid conditions. At least nine people among the displaced population ... rights indigenous peoples women
Early maps of the Americas made by indigenous people are rare—extremely rare. This map, dated 1593, is one of fewer than 100 such documents that have survived the ravages of time. It provides a fascinating glimpse into the early interactions between the indigenous people of Mexico and the recently ... rights indigenous peoples women
Mexico must step up efforts to protect vulnerable indigenous migrant workers who are at risk of becoming trapped in forced labor and enslaved in farms, the government's human rights commission said. Poverty and a lack of jobs force entire families from rural tribal communities, many coming from the ... rights indigenous peoples women
In Mexico, Armed Men Force Thousands Of People Out Of Chiapas ... Violent unrest in the Mexican state of Chiapas has displaced thousands of indigenous people, and concern is growing about a possible humanitarian ... Mexico's southern state of Chiapas has seen a lot of violence in the past decades. rights indigenous peoples women
Mexican presidential candidate Maria de Jesus Patricio Martinez spoke in front hundreds of people at the Autonomous University of Mexico to rally support ... Patricio Martinez is particularly calling on women in Mexico to help in her effort to be the country's first woman and Indigenous presidential candidate. rights indigenous peoples women
“We honor the contributions of Pocahontas, a hero to her people, the Pamunkey Indian Tribe in Virginia, who reached across uncertain ... rights indigenous peoples women
On Tuesday, VICELAND is debuting the season of HAMILTON'S PHARMACOPEIA, where host Hamilton Morris treks to Mexico to hunt for bufo ... rights indigenous peoples women
When chef Akhtar Nawab heard his Mexican restaurant in Brooklyn received an honor from the Michelin Guide in November, he didn't know ... rights indigenous peoples women
Indigenous women arrived in Mexico City to present their work defending their territory and to denounce femicides inside and outside their ... rights indigenous peoples women
A United Nations expert on indigenous rights has called on Mexico to ... groups - half of whom were women - drawn from 18 Mexican states. rights indigenous peoples women
A Mexican Town Wages Its Own War on Drugs ... Nearly all were indigenous farmers, and their skin was burnished by the sun. ... Mexico is the world's third-largest producer of opium, and Guerrero grows fifty to seventy per cent of the country's ... rights indigenous peoples women
Mexico must end pattern of discrimination against indigenous peoples ... groups – half of whom were women – drawn from 18 Mexican states. rights indigenous peoples women
The source also said that Mexico could not accept a US proposal that would restrict imports of some Mexican produce at certain times to protect ... rights indigenous peoples women
Given Mexico's higher inflation rates, wages are now lower there in real terms than when NAFTA took effect, according to a report published in ... rights indigenous peoples women
Mexican drug cartels are forcing children and teens from Indigenous communities to join them, torturing or killing them if they refuse, the United ... rights indigenous peoples women
Mexican drug cartels are forcing indigenous children and teens to join their ranks, torturing or killing those who refuse, the United Nations ... rights indigenous peoples women
'Coco' Composers Infuse Score With Flavors of Mexican Music ... “Because the film takes place in Mexico, we wanted it to be rooted in the ... from Vera Cruz, a mix of African, Spanish and indigenous rhythms,” Franco says. rights indigenous peoples women
Struggling farmers in Mexico push government to leave NAFTA ... But as CGTN's Franc Contreras reports, some Mexican farmers want out. ... Suarez said NAFTA leaves out producers of indigenous crops like high-protein ... rights indigenous peoples women
Indigenous groups in Canada, known as First Nations, have long ... deny them political autonomy under treaties and laws like the Indian Act of ... rights indigenous peoples women
By Molly Boyle | The New Mexican; Nov 14, 2017 Updated 28 min ago; (0) ... “This is a great cause to celebrate for New Mexico, IAIA — it's really great on so many levels. ... Award-winning American Indian writers that Long Soldier might join would ... but for an indigenous person, history has not been a series of better and ... rights indigenous peoples women


 

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