The plan to ensure Indigenous peoples have a voice at the U.N.


Katsenhaienton Lazare, a Bear Clan Mohawk of the Haudenosaunee, welcomed delegates to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues on April 25 with a 30-minute speech in Mohawk language. Photo by Jenna Kunze for Native News Online.

By Joseph Lee.

This story is published as part of the Global Indigenous Affairs Desk, an Indigenous-led collaboration between Grist, Indian Country Today and High Country News. Native News Online also contributed to this article.

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