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Indigenous Traditions / Native American: Indigenous Peoples Websites

History and Law Websites

Digging into Early Colonial Mexico – Is a large-scale computational analysis of 16th century historical sources.

Digital Mesoamerica – Provides a platform for various digital projects related to Pre-Columbian and early colonial art, history, and language in Mexico and Central America, including maps, image galleries, and dictionaries of indigenous languages like Nahuatl and Mixtec.

Institute for MesoAmerican Studies -- Is a non-profit educational research institute dedicated to the study and dissemination of knowledge concerning the peoples and cultures of Mesoamerica (Mexico and northern Central America).

Mapping Indigenous Worlds – Is a Mellon Global South Humanities Lab at the University of Virginia

Mesolore – Is a bilingual resource for scholars and students of Mesoamerica," including interactive editions of codices, colonial-era documents, and tutorials on writing systems in Mesoamerica.

Proyecto de Estudios Indianos – Provides a research portal for primary sources and research projects related to indigenous history in Peru and Latin America. In Spanish.

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) – Eighteen-page pdf from the United Nations.

USA indigenous peoples of the United States -- Promotes recognition and implementation of the rights of indigenous peoples.

Cultural Websites

Aboriginal Connections : United States.   Provides extensive links to arts, business and economy, computers and internet, education, events, government, health, heritage and culture, law, links, nations and tribes, news and media, organizations, people, resources, and travel.

Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions – Includes text and related material on official website maintained by UNESCO

Indigenous Language Institute -- Provides vital language related service to Native communities so that their individual identities, traditional wisdom, and values are passed on to future generations in their original languages.

Living Languages -- Supports the sustainability of Indigenous languages and Indigenous peoples’ ownership of their language documentation and revitalization.

UNESCO: What is Intangible Cultural Heritage -- Includes traditions or living expressions inherited from our ancestors and passed on to our descendants.

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