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Indigenous Knowledge Systems List: The world has suffered and continues to suffer from a profound loss of indigenous peoples and rural groups and their knowledge about the natural world constructed from their intimate ties to land and place. This loss has been accompanied by neglect and the marginalization of their practices and beliefs, often figured as inferior forms of knowing to be replaced by universalized knowledge derived from the Western scientific tradition.
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International Intertribal's worldwide chat line on the Internet Relay Chat (IRC) dealing with Native American chat, info, and help.
#Nativetalk members and guests realise the importance of children learning about the Native Culture - the worldwide Native culture as well as Native Americans. Although the channel does not tell Native Stories or talk about Spirituality, we know children learn from by example. In #nativetalk we welcome children of all ages to come and visit one of the few, clean, award winning channels on the IRC. Our Members, Channels members do not know these children or when a child enters so we must maintain our stringent rules at all times. Our regulars are aware of this, and although a slip happens now and then, overall our members welcome children of all ages, with a good heart and mind.
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