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Groningse onderzoekers met Koninklijke Marine naar eiland Jan Mayen | Nieuws | Nieuws en agenda | Actueel | Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Groningse onderzoekers met Koninklijke Marine naar eiland Jan Mayen | Nieuws | Nieuws en agenda | Actueel | Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

The Mayas, the Lakota, the Maori, the Aborigines... Today is the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples! They are trying to preserve their unique cultural and social traditions. But many of them face the threat of being forcibly removed or driven from their homelands. Learn more about them: http://www.un.org/en/events/indigenousday/ and follow the livecast on UN Web TV http://webtv.un.org/ at 21:00 CET from the special event in New York celebrating them! © UNPFII

The Mayas, the Lakota, the Maori, the Aborigines... Today is the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples! They are trying to preserve their unique cultural and social traditions. But many of them face the threat of being forcibly removed or driven from their homelands. Learn more about them: http://www.un.org/en/events/indigenousday/ and follow the livecast on UN Web TV http://webtv.un.org/ at 21:00 CET from the special event in New York celebrating them! © UNPFII

They say there are only around 12,000 Guambiano indigenous people living in Colombia (no where else). Which means, even if every single Guambiano person existing on this earth gathers, they can not fill even 1/4 of a baseball stadium... This fact makes me sad, and I am glad that I encountered with this wonderful and colorful indigenous tribe in Colombia..."

They say there are only around 12,000 Guambiano indigenous people living in Colombia (no where else). Which means, even if every single Guambiano person existing on this earth gathers, they can not fill even 1/4 of a baseball stadium... This fact makes me sad, and I am glad that I encountered with this wonderful and colorful indigenous tribe in Colombia..."