Indigenous Nations or national groups

jbm7 at SPAMtutor.open.ac.uk jbm7 at SPAMtutor.open.ac.uk
Sat Aug 14 12:56:05 MDT 1999



The Internet is a double edge sword. It can further assimilate national
groups into a lowest common denominator culture based on English or it can
act to preserve the unique cultural heritages of all national groups thus
enriching our common cultural inheritance. The following web sites were in
a recent article in the Irish Times. ( HYPERLINK
http://www.Irish-Times.com: www.Irish-Times.com) Of the August 9, 1999.
Indigenous Web sites:

Nativenet:

 HYPERLINK http://www.nativeweb.org www.nativeweb.org

Nativeweb:

 HYPERLINK http://www.nativeweb.org www.nativeweb.org

CASKE 2000

Contact list

 HYPERLINK http://www.voicenet.co.jp/`jeanphi/ngo1.htm
www.voicenet.co.jp/`jeanphi/ngo1.htm

Cultural survival

Research

 HYPERLINK http://www.cs.org www.cs.org

Centre for indigenous studies


 HYPERLINK http://www.cwis.org www.cwis.org

NetWarriors:

Political Activists


 HYPERLINK http://www.hookele.com/netwarriors
www.hookele.com/netwarriors

Free Burma

Information and links

 HYPERLINK http://metalab.unc.edu/freeburma
http://metalab.unc.edu/freeburma

Oneida Indian Nation

Preserving Culture

 HYPERLINK http://www.oneida-nation.org www.oneida-nation.org

Nineveh On-Line

The Assyrian community

 HYPERLINK http://www.nineveh.com www.nineveh.com
Nunavut.Com

New site for new territory Canada

 HYPERLINK http://www.Nunavut.com www.Nunavut.com











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