Mapuche women partaking in a traditional ceremony

The Prolonged Struggle for Indigenous Groups in Argentina

Societal Challenges for Argentina’s Indigenous People Every couple hundred people in Argentina comprise at least one indigenous person, whether they hail from the forests of Misiones, the lowlands of the Pampas, or the deserts of Patagonia. Putting cultural and geographical … Continue reading The Prolonged Struggle for Indigenous Groups in Argentina

Australia National Sorry Day

How does National Sorry Day Reflect the Reality of Australian Aboriginal People’s Lives?

What is National Sorry Day? National Sorry Day brings Australians together to commemorate the survivors of a dark time in Australian History. Officially known as the National Day of Healing, this holiday allows everyone to discuss the experiences of members … Continue reading How does National Sorry Day Reflect the Reality of Australian Aboriginal People’s Lives?

Indigenous Representation in the Fashion, Film, and Television Industry

Representation is revolutionary. Witnessing Native people, who they are today and celebrating them, is necessary and it matters. Let’s face it, Hollywood hasn’t always been willing to see them or celebrate them. From its embarrassingly low levels of diverse representation … Continue reading Indigenous Representation in the Fashion, Film, and Television Industry

An Overview of the Traditions and History of the Wantok People

The Melanesian Archipelago consists of four individual nations; Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Vanuatu, and the Solomon Islands. The term “Melanesia“ was first used by a French explorer, Jules Dumont d’Urville. The Wantok people are known for their mostly peaceful past, … Continue reading An Overview of the Traditions and History of the Wantok People