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Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on September 13, 2007, this declaration recognizes equal rights, condemns discrimination, acknowledges historical injustices, supports land/resource rights, values indigenous knowledge for development, emphasizes self-determination, and encourages state obligations and redress mechanisms. It promotes cultural preservation, consultation, indigenous well-being, treaty significance, seeks to end discrimination, advocates indigenous rights, self-determination, justice, and sustainable development.

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Atunwa Inaru is the Lucayan Taino whose remains were sequenced by Dr. Hannes Schroeder, PhD, in the landmark research journal article published in 2018.

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