UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
The Center For World Indigenous Studies and the Fourth World Documentation Project are now available on the World Wide Web. The site is still in its preliminary stages but through it you may:
* Access the complete Fourth World Documentation Project Archives containing over 300 documents on Indigenous Peoples in the Americas, Asia, Africa, Europe, Melanesia and the Pacific.
* Read speeches, articles and essays by leading Fourth World writers, political analysts and leaders.
* Read United Nations documents including various drafts of the Universal Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
* Access papers and resolutions by tribal governments and inter-tribal organizations, including: The National Congress of American Indians, The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians, The Conference of Tribal Governments and the Navajo Nation's Navajo-Hopi Land Commission.
* Learn more about the Center For World Indigenous Studies and the Fourth World Documentation Project.
* Connect to many other Indigenous focused Internet gopher and WWW sites.
TO ACCESS THE CWIS/FWDP WORLD WIDE WEB SITE
You must have a WWW browser such as Mosaic or Lynx. Point your WWW browser at:
The FWDP may also be accessed via:
FTP at ftp.halcyon.com in the pub/FWDP directory
GOPHER at fir.cic.net
2. Fourth World
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Center For World Indigenous Studies The Quarto Mundista BBS ftp://ftp.halcyon.com/pub/FWDP/WWW/fwdp.html FidoNet 1:352/333 206-786-9629 From: email@example.com (Center For World Indigenous Studies) Newsgroups: comp.infosystems.www Subject: ANNOUNCE: Fourth World Documentation Project on WWW Date: 5 Sep 1994 00:39:25 GMT Organization: Center For World Indigenous Studies CENTER FOR WORLD INDIGENOUS STUDIES/ FOURTH WORLD DOCUMENTATION PROJECT Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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