Discrimination

September 21, 2016
By:
Harold A. Monteau

Just in case anyone has been asleep under a rock, or is not informed because of the major news networks’ “Blackout” of Greasy Grass Fight in 1876any real news coverage of the thousands of people who have traveled to the North Dakota Prairie at the confluence of the Cannonball River and Missouri R

September 20, 2016
By:
Alex Jacobs

Or could it be Selma 1965, Bloody Sunday, when the President had to federalize the National Guard. Many of the water and land protectors may feel it’s like the Greasy Grass Fight in 1876, Alcatraz 1969 or Wounded Knee 1973.

September 10, 2016
By:
Donna M. Loring

Maine is the Whitest State in the Country. We as Wabanki Tribes in Maine live behind a White Curtain of poverty, bigotry and isolation from the rest of Indian Country.

August 25, 2016
By:
Dina Gilio-Whitaker

I recently attended a play put on by a Native production company under the command of the acclaimed Lakota playwright, Larissa FastHorse.

August 21, 2016
By:
Peter d'Errico

Greg Howard, writing in The New York Times Magazine recently ["The Easiest Way to Get Rid

August 18, 2016
By:
Harlan McKosato

The Black Lives Matter movement is making an impact here in the U.S., even though I’m not sure what exactly the movement is all about except that they want to reverse racial injustice. What I do know is that Native Lives Matter as well.

August 17, 2016
By:
Carly McIntosh

For many years in Canada Indigenous people have been fighting for human rights and the Government never seems to provide it. Every year is a battle with the Canadian Government on keeping cold cases open in the effort to finding our missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.

August 14, 2016
By:
Karen Melissa Hannel & Eric Hannel

In response to a question from CNN’s Jake Tapper in April, Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton flippantly stated, “I have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get

August 10, 2016
By:
Winona LaDuke

What is it about that Lateral Oppression? I want to speak out on some white feminists. While I fully understand the critique of the privileging of white feminists and their ability, historically, who feel that they can speak on our behalf: this is not always the case.

August 09, 2016
By:
Ruth Hopkins

As a reservation NDN descended from exiles who went to war against the U.S. Government, I've been under surveillance by the Feds my entire life. I was born at an old military fort on tribal land: Fort Yates, North Dakota, on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.

August 08, 2016
By:
Elicia Goodsoldier

 

August 03, 2016
By:
Ruth Hopkins

There is a disconnect between white feminists and self-identifying feminists and womanists who are Women of Color (WoC). Unfortunately, this issue is likely to worsen as Hillary Clinton, a powerful white feminist herself, runs for President of the United States and white feminists feel emboldened

July 24, 2016
By:
Alex Jacobs

Right now the police and politicians can openly admit there’s a problem in this country over policing and race. And of all cities for this happen to, Dallas was actually doing something about it.

July 22, 2016
By:
André Cramblit

It is hard to make sense of the horrors of the past couple weeks. We have seen more tragedies with deaths involving the police and men of ethnic backgrounds.

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