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April 17, 2014

On Tuesday, April 15, members of the Onondaga Nation, a treaty-­‐recognized sovereign nation with homelands in upstate New York, filed a petition against the United States with the Inter-­‐American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR).

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February 2014

Community radio has been a vital presence in Indigenous communities in Guatemala since the 1960s. Indigenous Peoples in Guatemala rely on community radio to keep their cultures, languages, and traditions alive as well as to inform their communities about issues and events relevant to their lives. Community radio also serves the vital function of distributing content to listeners in their own language, reaching even the poorest areas where radio may be the only affordable form of communication.