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2015 Pulitzer to Mandan History Book
‘Great Time to Be Studying Journalism’
Is Ohio Piling on Jim Obergefell?
The Epidemic of Early Death on the Rez
Museums Need to Form Parternerships
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Thing About Skins
Earth Day: Lyrid Meteors Shower Our Mother With Heavenly Light [Video]
They streak across the sky as if in a living Van Gogh...
'Every Day Is Earth Day': 5 Indigenous Insights on the Health of Our Mother
This year more than any other so far, the human habitat...
Agua Caliente’s Legal Tug-of-War Over California Groundwater
For the last two years, California’s Agua Caliente Band of...
Climate Change in Court: From the Netherlands to the World
The acid test of integrity in a legal system is whether you...
Stop Underwater Slaughter! The Desperate Fight to Save Sea Creatures From Death by Sound
As the rush to locate new oil reserves intensifies and...
Telescope Opposition Gains Momentum With Rallies, Walk-Out and International Support
Opposition to the construction of a giant $1.4 billion...
WikiLeaks Cable Spurs Mauritius to Legal Action
A leaked U.S. cable suggested the marine park around the Chagos Islands in the Indian Ocean was a ploy to prevent native islanders from returning home...
Some Reservations Resemble a War-Torn Country
The Santa Ana Pueblo reservation in New Mexico reminds Daily Beast reporter Eliza Griswold of a refugee camp. She chronicles the daily commute of 16-year-old E.J...
Land Transfer to Move Quileutes from Tsunami Zone
Congressman Norm Dicks introduced the Tsunami Protection Legislation last week to transfer nearly 800 acres of Olympic National Park in Washington to the Quileute Tribe, currently ...
Gahcho Kué Mine Project Ready for Environmental Review
Right on schedule, the diamond companies De Beers Canada Inc. and Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. have filed an environmental impact statement for the proposed Gahcho Kué Mine...
Mining Clashed with Sacred Sites in 2010
DENVER – 2010 in the Mile High City area saw developments in coal and uranium extraction involving the Denver-based Western Area Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforceme...
Solar Project Held Up by Tribe
A federal judge has granted a Native American tribe’s motion to halt a 709-megawatt solar power plant project in Southern California’s Imperial Valley, agreeing with the tribe’s co...
Palm Oil Pushes Indigenous off Land
It’s the usual morning rush. You put your makeup on, take a dry creamer in your coffee, luxuries we don’t give a thought to in the U.S. What – luxuries?...
Washington in Brief
Labor announces grant to assist Native fishermen The U.S. Department of Labor announced Oct...
RBC to Require Indigenous OK for Lending
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has earned kudos from the Rainforest Action Network (RAN) for requiring clients to document that they have received clearance from indigenous communi...
Peru Amazon Natives ?Win Key Victory Against Big Oil
Amazon Natives of the Achuar tribe together with Amazon Watch and EarthRights International have managed a significant victory in their long battle to get oil companies such as Cal...
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