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International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples observes media-makers; Explores next steps for media empowerment
by Jenni Monet
Indian Country Today Media Network Translate This Article
11 August 2012
On 11 August 2012 Indian Country Today Media Network reported:
Amidst throngs of summer tourists posing for photos and gazing at sculptures and paintings inside the United Nations headquarters, distinguished visitors, journalists, and indigenous advocates arrived in a room reserved strictly for an event recognizing the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples. 'Indigenous voices are recounting compelling stories of how they are combating centuries of injustice and discrimination, and advocating for the resources and rights that will preserve their cultures, languages, spirituality and traditions,' Ban Ki-moon said. 'They offer an alternative perspective on development models that exclude the indigenous experience.'
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