Tag Archives: ipw2012

It’s not just what you eat, it’s who prepares the food

Oaxaca de Juárez, México – This afternoon the Lula’a Restaurant, Calzada Heroes de Chapultepec #801, serves up some tasty indigenous food in honor of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People or Día Internacional de los Pueblos Indígenas and Indigenous Peoples Week. … Continue reading

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Indigenous Peoples Week 2012

Day #1 of Indigenous Peoples Week! Have a listen on iPadio! Happy August 6 to everyone and a special greeting to Curiosity on Mars. I stayed awake late last night to watch the livestreaming video from NASA, so I am a … Continue reading

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08.2012

In August we hold one of our tentpole events — Indigenous Peoples Week from Monday the 6th to Sunday the 12th. It’s a wrap-around celebration for August 9, the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People. Our week-long unconference also pays respect to … Continue reading

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How to prepare for Indigenous Peoples Week, August 6-12

For the 4th year in a row Planeta.com is hosting an event focusing on indigenous peoples and tourism around the world. We have partnered with friends and colleagues from the Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award to create the second … Continue reading

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Nevada Magazine: Keeping Traditions Alive

I’d like to give kudos to a fine local magazine in the United States that is making the transition from old school publishing by embracing social media and keeping traditions alive. Have a look at Nevada Magazine. First and foremost, I … Continue reading

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