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The inhabitants were the Muskogeespeaking Choctaw, Creek, and Chickasaw Nations; the Cherokee, an Algonquin-speaking people just as the Iroquois in the eastern half of the region; and the Natchez Nation to the west, that is, the Mississippi Valley area. The total population of the region is estimated to have been between two to three million. The Natchez encyclopedia of GENOCIDE and CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY Indigeneous Peoples Nation alone, which was totally destroyed by colonization with the remaining population sold into slavery, may have numbered several million.
The education of indigenous peoples must be encouraged, and public awareness properly promoted. The World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), and other international and regional ﬁnancial institutions must take into consideration the culture of indigenous peoples. Making the right to development a reality will need to entail a very effective socioeconomic planning and implementation process. Indigenous peoples in defending their human rights and fundamental freedoms should not be compelled to routinely seek legal recourse in order to achieve these ends.
Gasson Deschaumes and Rada Ivekovic. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Madon, D. P. (1974). Report of Inquiry into the Communal Disturbances at Bhivandi, Jalgaon, and Mahad, May 1970 Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai. The worst case of violence in post-independence India was began on February 27, 2002, in the state of Gujarat, in western India. Rioting broke out after a passenger compartment of the Sabarmati Express was set on ﬁre as it travelled from Ayodhya in northern India to Godhra, Gujarat.