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This video is about the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples which is also known as the UNDRIP. The goal of this video is to educate Native Americans, American Indians, Natives, and Indigenous Peoples about what the UNDRIP is and how it can help Indigenous Peoples living in the US. This video was put together by the Native American Voters Alliance.

Who are the real Native Americans? Today, we're going to be looking at the indigenous inhabitants of the American continents of North and South America, and looking at just some of the groups of Amerindians that I think are the most noteworthy and interesting.

We're going to discuss groups such as the Inuit, Navajo, Aztecs, Quechua, and others, explaining what makes them similar and different, as well discussing their unique and fascinating histories.

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Native Americans, the indigenous people of what is now the mainland USA, are not a homogeneous group but members of hundreds of nations with different linguistic, social, cultural and economic traits. In the 2000 US Census 1.77 million people reported being of Native American origin

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