Americas: College-Like

1876 June 25: Battle of Little Bighorn
Guatemala court blocks anti-corruption agreement

Ecuador will not return to talks with indigenous leader Iza

Ecuador: Agreement ends 18 days of strikes

1867 July 1: Canada Day
Indigenous leader who opposed illegal mining killed in Venezuela-NGO

1776 July 4: United States Independence Day
Nicaragua government takes over five opposition-held towns

1811 July 5: Venezuelan Declaration of Independence
British Virgin Islands reports more than 50 stranded whales

Barbados signs agreements with Guyana and Suriname
The Mapuche issue has become a powder keg that is keeping southern Chile and Argentina on high alert
Amazonian communities in Peru try to keep oil-rich Block 64 in their own hands
Under Bolsonaro policy, invaders seize control of 250,000 hectares of Indigenous lands

‘We have advanced, but with much pain’: Q&A with Indigenous leader José Gregorio Díaz Mirabal

1816 July 9: Argentine Independence Day
Collective construction as a beacon for Mapuche women of Neuquén

Deforestation in Brazilian Amazon hits tragic record in 2022
France recommits to full-fledged diplomatic presence in Guyana, respect for sovereignty

Ecuadorean gov’t, indigenous groups begin talks after protests
Guyana looking to French investors

Duluth mural project connects city to its Ojibwe history
With plantation takeover, Brazil’s Indigenous Pataxó move to reclaim their land

IACHR and OHCHR Demand Protection from Violence for Brazil’s Indigenous Peoples

1945 July 16: Trinity nuclear bomb test

Captive Nations Week
Fond du Lac and Grand Portage Ojibwe Tribes File Suit Against EPA
Haiti: Violence fuels hunger amid political instability

1924 July 19: Napalpí massacre, Argentina
Red Cliff Ojibwe Nation celebrates ‘landmark moment’ with return of final 900 acres of land from Bayfield County

1810 July 20: Colombian Declaration of Independence
1969 July 20: Moon Landing

Why the Pope’s visit is important to all Canadians
College-like education program launched for teachers of Guarani
Why the rich are flocking to St. Kitts and Nevis

Peru indigenous communities say no progress in talks with Las Bambas mine
What’s Eaten Where: British Virgin Islands
Navigating Climate Finance as a small island state: Lessons from Antigua and Barbuda

1940 July 23: Welles Declaration
Montserrat Christian Council strongly opposed to same-sex marriages

Gitchitwaa Kateri parishioners reclaim Ojibwe language through hymn translation
Canada’s Indigenous people want action to follow pope’s apology
Sint Maarten’s public votes for new license plate design

Council of Yukon First Nations, Indigenous Services Canada and Government of Yukon working together to address menstrual equity in Yukon
‘Puzzle piece of Inuit history’: Duo launches translation project of historic letters
Smugglers and Illegal Fishers Find a Haven in Suriname
One year on, Peru’s president fights for political survival
Sint Maarten: New ‘basket of goods’ goes into effect in August
US Virgin Islands Tourism Is Booming
St. Vincent and the Grenadines leader thanks Taiwan for US$60 million loan

1821 July 28: Fiestas Patrias, Peru
A Group of Indigenous Women in Peru Launches the First Radio Program on Reproductive Rights in the Quechua Language
Wuite reminds The Hague to include Caribbean Netherlands

‘It’s been an emotional day’: Inuit beyond Iqaluit respond to Pope’s visit
‘Finndian?’ ‘Swanishinaabe?’ Some Native people in northern Minn. reconnect with their Scandinavian roots
Pope’s 6-day Canada pilgrimage leaves ‘deep hole’
El Salvador’s Finance Minister still believes in the Bitcoin bet
Nicaragua: Rights experts denounce shutdown of over 700 civil society groups

July 30: World Day Against Trafficking in Persons
The pope visited Nunavut for the final apology of his Canadian tour

1843 July 31: Hawaiian Sovereignty Restoration Day
Samuel Sandoval, one of the last remaining Navajo Code Talkers, has died at age 98
Bolivia’s Morales keeps up comeback hopes as Copa Evo kicks off

Pope brings apology to Arctic Indigenous communities
Brazil: Indigenous people receive 5 tons of food support
In Panama, Protesters Want Deeper Reform
St Maarten Tourism Minister Resigns
Paraguay has only 83 park rangers; it needs 5,000
Haiti: Dozens of people hit by stray bullets as fierce violence flares up again in Port-au-Prince
Luxembourg banks told to freeze Ecuador assets amid Perenco dispute, documents show
Armed militias in Brazil hold enormous sway over fate of Amazon – and the global climate

Federal minister urges Nunavut to sign long-delayed tuberculosis plan
Uruguay, Brazil agree to boost tourism at the border
America should heed the suffering caused by El Salvador’s abortion ban
The Illegal Airstrips Bringing Toxic Mining to Brazil’s Indigenous Land
Indigenous Aymara women play golf in Bolivia
New Mexico Celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Days
Honduras reports ‘historic’ coca seizure
Locals Protest For Proper Healthcare In The Turks And Caicos Islands

Domínguez Brito: “Haitian gangs are a threat to the Dominican Republic”
Cherokee Nation announces $1M relief program for Cherokee ranchers
Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay submit joint bid to host 2030 FIFA World Cup
Magnolia species lost to science for 97 years rediscovered in Haiti
A record amount of seaweed is choking shores in the Caribbean
Bill Donovan, journalist who covered Navajo Nation for five decades, dies at 76
Connecticut National Guard, Uruguay Conduct IED Training
Aruba Launches myAruba Itinerary Planning and Travel App
Jonathan Nez, Buu Nygren Advance in Navajo Presidential Race
Clashes erupt in Bolivia capital between police and coca farmers
St Vincent Times Dubbed the Most Reputable Source for St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ Locals
Panama Canal welcomes transit of largest vessel by cargo capacity
Bolivia’s ‘Death Road’ Becomes a Haven for Wildlife
A new exhibit in the UK reframes the legacy of a brutal British governor; will Trinidad & Tobago follow suit?
In El Salvador, discrepancy over deaths and mass graves alarms critics
Turks & Caicos to host Caribbean Amateur Golf Championship
Trinidad and Tobago Chinese associations condemn Pelosi
El Salvador is set to launch a stablecoin linked to the US dollar
Ghost authors in Dominican Republic textbooks

Saint Lucian History, Indigenous Language To Be Taught In Schools
Costa Rica Appoints First Woman Ambassador to the UN
Cayman Islands to Strengthen Diversity Marketing
In the North, Indigenous workers outpaced non-Indigenous in CERB uptake by wide margin: Statistics Canada
Mexican FM lands in Bolivia on key tour regarding lithium production
Dominica Targeting Active Luxury Travelers as Hotel Options Expand
Tourists flock to El Salvador despite Bitcoin bear market
World Must Amplify Voices of Indigenous Women, Says Secretary-General, in Message for International Day
UK court convicts chairman of failed Harlequin Group over $274 million Caribbean fraud
Christianity Under Siege in Nicaragua
UK students help people of Ecuador obtain clean water
Former Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vázquez is charged with bribery
Nunavut leadership weighs in on Pope’s visit and apology to Inuit
Honduras Sends in Military to Stop Illegal Coca Production
Cuba more than quadruples dollar/peso exchange rate
Libraries in the U.S. and Canada are changing how they refer to Indigenous Peoples
Enormous sinkhole wide enough to swallow the White House opens in Chile
Guatemalan authorities fear truth. So they arrested José Rubén Zamora.
Support grows for renaming Clingmans Dome to original Cherokee name Kuwohi
For Brazil’s Indigenous people, slavery born of colonization still hasn’t ended
Applications for UK Chevening Scholarships are open in Chile
Investigate Indian roots Saturday at local Cherokee Nation’s open house
The Gallup Inter-tribal Ceremonial celebrates 100 years of keeping Native traditions alive
‘We feel disrespected’: Navajo farmers wait for justice years after EPA disaster
Chile’s Easter Island reopens to tourists after pandemic shutdown
Native Americans protect heritage, connect visitors to nature at U.S. parks
Navajo Nation declares state of emergency because of flooding
Federal government must apologize to First Nations peoples too
Answering battles over doctrine and liturgy, Pope Francis praises unity in the church
Orlando Harrison passes away – Belize loses a stalwart businessman and pioneer
What can Latin America’s new generation of left governments learn from pink tide experiences of coproduction?

How Indigenous peoples are reshaping modern economies
Central Bank of Honduras issues warning against volatile digital assets
Canada provides biometric processing for visa applications in Grenada
For the Inuit in Labrador, the caribou (and caribou-hunting) mean everything. What happens when this way of life is suddenly gone?
Tullow Oil abandons Guyana well after dismal drilling results
Spicemas 2022: Scholar crowned Calypso Monarch of Grenada
Tikal: The iconic ancient Maya city in Guatemala
Translating the Bible into Indigenous languages
Barbados to promote environmental sustainability with IDB guarantee
Proposed LNG project off Suriname takes next step
Uruguay’s sheep farmers visit the United Kingdom – Diario El Pueblo
The Bahamas to host first regional climate change conference
A reminder of our common humanity
OAS Celebrates Inter-American Week for Indigenous Peoples
Martinique and Guadeloupe lift Covid entry requirements
This Navajo weaver is about to retire. Here’s why she’s the ‘Queen of Ganado Red’ rugs
US Congressional team meets with Paraguayan Defense Minister
Haiti: Thousands of children at risk of dying from acute malnutrition if adequate therapeutic care is not provided, UNICEF warns
In Costa Rica, indigenous youth leaders are blazing a trail toward a better future for women and girls
SUV plows through 100th annual Gallup Intertribal Ceremonial parade
Turkey frees Palestinian man in Haiti assassination saga
UIC: Indigenous Graduate Student Association launches this fall
Ecuador’s Mashpi Lodge identifies ten new plant species
Elon Musk’s SpaceX asks Haiti to authorize internet services
Boulley’s ‘Warrior Girl Unearthed’ to come out in May 2023
U.S. sets sights on missing, murdered Indigenous women after Pope’s visit to Canada
Haitian folk legend “TiCorn” gets social online with fans, old and new
Pope Francis affirms genocide of first nations by Canada and Catholic schools
Seeking water, Brazil indigenous group finds new home
James Franco set to play Fidel Castro in Aline of Cuba
New Mexico: several arrested after SUV drives into Native American parade
Ngäbe indigenous population receives training and certification from the University of Costa Rica
Has Cuba’s revolution finally fizzled out?
Antigua and Barbuda, St Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia blacklists “Globe Detective Agency”

1825 August 6: Bolivia Independence Day
1962 August 6: Jamaica Independence Day
August 9: International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples
August 14: Navajo Code Talkers Day
1592 August 14: Falklands Day
1825 August 25: Uruguay Independence Day
August 30: International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances
1962 August 31: Trinidad and Tobago Independence Day
1822 September 7: Brazil Independence Day