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A day to recognize

October 22, 2020

the resilience of indigenous peoples

Indigenous peoples have been heavily impacted by COVID-19. Nevertheless, their response to the global pandemic has shown their resilience in overcoming challenges. Indigenous peoples continue to use unique solutions to tackle the pandemic – as they have for ...
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'Still killing us':

October 22, 2020

The federal government underfunded health care for Indigenous people for centuries.

Melvina Musket stared at her dying father through the cellphone screen. His mouth hung open, his eyes were clamped shut and a beard covered his chin. She heard nurses crying in the background. “Jesus is waiting for you,” she told him.Musket, 52, had never ...
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“Indigenous peoples denied their freedom of expression and association.”

By Catherine Caruso May 21, 2020Why Global Citizens Should Care:The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is increasing inequalities across the globe by disproportionately impacting people living in poverty and marginalized communities. Join us and take action to combat the cor...
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Federal government has reported at least 190 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on reserves across Canada

The Canadian Press · Posted: May 17, 2020 10:11 AM CT | Last Updated: May 18A health researcher studying COVID-19 as part of a national immunity task force hopes the pandemic elevates concern for persistent health issues, such as inadequate housing, for Indigenous people in...
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Not First Pandemic: Indigenous Peoples Quarantined From

COVID-19 not the first pandemic Indigenous Peoples have quarantined from By Emilee Gilpin | News |April 2nd 2020 Explore the article to recognize that this is not the first time nor if we understand scientists korero, will it be the last. Great reading. https:...
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Indigenous Peoples and COVID-19: Protecting People, Protecting Rights

Indigenous Peoples and COVID-19: Protecting People, Protecting Rights April 8, 2020 Kate GunnThe past month has brought sweeping, unprecedented change as individuals, communities and nations around the world struggle to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Efforts to contain the...
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COVID-19 crisis tells world what Indigenous Peoples have been saying for thousands of years

COVID-19 crisis tells world what Indigenous Peoples have been saying for thousands of years By Emilee Gilpin | NewsCOVID-19 and other health endemics are directly connected to climate change and deforestation, according to Indigenous leaders from around the world w...
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COVID-19 and Indigenous Peoples

“We urge Member States and the international community to include the specific needs and priorities of indigenous peoples in addressing the global outbreak of COVID 19.“ —  Chair of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Anne Nuorgam. The c...
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