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    Amnesty International Statement: Indigenous Peoples' Human Rights Long Denied
    Amnesty International today charged in a new report that Indigenous populations throughout the Americas continue to suffer grave human rights violations despite increasing international efforts to protect their rights.
    Amnistía Internacional: Los pueblos indígenas derechos humanos
    Amnistía Internacional denunció en un nuevo informe divulgado hoy que las poblaciones indígenas de todo el continente americano siguen sufriendo graves violaciones de sus derechos humanos a pesar de los crecientes esfuerzos internacionales para proteger sus derechos.
    Indigenous Rights are Human Rights: Four Cases of Rights Violations in the Americas
    An Amnesty International Report (PDF format), including: Brazil, Canada, Guatemala, and United States, plus additional information. Issued May 2003.
    Soul Wound: The Legacy of Native American Schools
      United States
    By Andrea Smith, Amnesty Now, Summer 2003 (pp. 14-17).
    U.S. and Canadian authorities took Native children from their homes and tried to school, and sometimes beat, the Indian out them. Now Native Americans are fighting the theft of language, of culture, and of childhood itself.

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