Tag Archive: Native Americans/Indigenous Peoples’ Rights

Law and Disorder Radio – Lawyers You’ll Like: Charlie Abourezk – Speech by Michael Ratner on From Guantanamo to Wikileaks: Taking on the State in a Post-9/11 World – Hosts: Heidi Boghosian, Michael Steven Smith & Michael Ratner – Produced by Geoff Brady

Mumia Spurs Bill to Block Publicity-Seeking Criminals (Son of Sam Law) Guantanamo Bay Prisoner Files Historic Lawsuit Against Obama Over Force-Feeding       Lawyers You’ll Like – Charlie Abourezk As part of our Lawyers You’ll Like series, we talk with…
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In re Indigenous Peoples in Mexico – Native Americans/Indigenous Peoples’ Rights – CCR Docket Fall 1992

In another case involving indigenous peoples (see preceding Docket entry), CCR is investigating international human rights violations committed against indigenous peoples in Mexico, particularly descendants of Central American Mayans who were held and tortured in 1991 by local Mexican police…
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International War Crimes

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In re Native Hawaiians – Native Americans/Indigenous Peoples’ Rights – CCR Docket Fall 1992

Native Hawaiian groups are requesting that CCR investigate international law claims regarding the denial of their land rights and other fundamental indigenous peoples’ rights. When Captain Cook arrived at the Hawaiian Archipelago in 1770, there were 800,000 to one million…
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Civil Liberties

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