BACK IN June, President Barack Obama made a presidential visit to the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, located in North and South Dakota--his first such trip since becoming president.
The people of Standing Rock are part of the Hunkpapa band of the Lakota (Sioux) tribe and are ancestors of Sitting Bull, one of the most famous Native resisters to expansion--he was a leader in the Lakota, Cheyenne and Arapaho victory over the U.S. Army's 7th Cavalry at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876.
Brazil recently played host to the 2014 World Cup, drawing millions of fans and spectators from all over the world. Here locals and tourists gather to watch a match on a jumbo screen on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro.
The map of Latin America is in full flux. The reconfiguration of territories primarily affects the 670 indigenous communities that stretch from the Rio Grande to Patagonia, according to statistics from the Economic Commission of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The struggle to defend Tsilhqot'in territory goes back to1864 when six chiefs were hanged for resisting a road being built to the gold fields in Barkerville. This Supreme Court decision is the first to acknowledge Aboriginal title on the ground. It will change the nature of treaty negotiations and affect the future of development projects all across B.C. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip is president of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs. He speaks with Redeye host Lorraine Chisholm.