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    Resources: 16 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    American Indian Sports Team Mascots
    Arctic Circle
      Arctic Circle
    Peoples and environment of the Arctic and Subarctic region (University of Connecticut, USA)
    More sites on arcticcircle.uconn.edu
    Council of Energy Resource Tribes
    The Council of Energy Resource Tribes was founded by Indian Tribes out of necessity and out of a profound sense of collective self-confidence - the confidence that they could chart a new course of prudent development that would address Tribal priorities and values while contributing to a more secure energy future for all Americans.
    More sites on www.certredearth.com
    We are proud to bring Native issues, peoples and culture to the Internet in a way that allows us to educate, understand and promote Native ways. Our Internet web site is a place where all Indigenous Peoples have a forum for their many voices. At First Northern Arts Interactive, we honor the voices of our First Nations peoples.
    More sites on firstnations.com
    Immigration and Refugee Services of America
      US - Northeast
    The Immigration and Refugee Services of America (IRSA) is pleased to announce the launch of an important new Web site. The site will also benefit human rights organizations, immigration and refugee policy analysts, educators, social service providers, journalists, and Web users seeking immigration- and refugee-related information.
    Recopilation of ethnias around the world, if you have more information to complete the list send an email to mundoetnia@yahoo.com
    More sites on geocities.com
    Native American Resources
    A collection of links for teaching about natives of US, canada, Australia, New Zealand. Includes state curricular guidelines, books, crafts, maps, etc
    Native American Resources
    Native Americans and Indigenous Peoples Links
    Native Nations - Official and Unofficial Tribal Sites
    Native Nations in the U.S. and Canada are recognized (often only after considerable struggles and litigation) as indigenous nations with a measure of sovereignty. It is therefore necessary to distinguish between national websites prepared by or with acknowledgement of and responsibility to, these nations, and unofficial sites about history, culture or current events for a particular tribe. That distinction seems especially important on an educational "metasite" such as this one, whose users range from people totally naive about all of Native history to people deeply involved in actually making that history now.
    More sites on www.kstrom.net
    Native Pages from StFXU
    Nativeart-world.com is dedicated to lovers of aboriginal, indigenous, traditional and native art worldwide, view history, products, gain inspiration for your art, business or education. We endeavour to provide informative information on native art.
    Teaching Kids the Wonderful Diversity of American Indians
    The awareness teachers and parents need to teach Head Start children about American Indians accurately and respectfully.
    More sites on www.nativechild.com
    Techniques for Evaluating American Indian Web Sites
    by Elaine M. Cubbins, U. Arizona
    More sites on www.u.arizona.edu
    Univ of Iowa: Gender, Race, & Ethnicity in Media: Native Americans & Indigenous Peoples
    University of Iowa Department of Communication Studies - links to worldwide native & indigenous resources.
    More sites on www.uiowa.edu
    Vanishing Cultures
    National Geographic article by Wade Davis, with photos by Maria Stenzel (August, 1999). Focuses on Ariaal (Kenya), Penan (Borneo), and Chipaya (Bolivia).

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