Frank Hopper
When Idle No More Washington Director Sweetwater Nannauck teaches what historical trauma is, she tells a story about her father...
Terri Hansen
After more than a month of overtime negotiations, the treaty tribes in western Washington have reached an agreement with Washington state on the Puget Sound salmon fisheries for th...
Terri Hansen
Salmon distinctively stand for the Pacific Northwest. And two tribal women in the Northwest stand for the salmon: Kathryn Brigham and Lorraine Loomis...
Working together on environmental issues was a one of several strong themes in the recent State of the Tribes address given to the Wisconsin Legislature by Lac Courte Oreilles Band...
Billy Frank Jr.
Peter d’Errico
Billy Frank Jr...
Billy Frank Jr. Street Bellingham
Frank Hopper
Billy Frank Jr., the Nisqually Native rights activist whose protests and fish-ins during the 1960s and 1970s often landed him in jail, will be posthumously awarded the nation’s hig...
Billy Frank Fishing Nisqually River
Frank Hopper
When Billy Frank Jr. was first arrested for fishing with a gillnet on the Nisqually River in 1945, he was just a 14-year-old boy...
Richard Walker
Tulalip Tribes Chairman Mel Sheldon was waiting for Boyz II Men and Brian McKnight to take the stage at the Tulalip Amphitheater, in the midst of the Tulalip city that the state in...
Richard Walker
The Lummi and S’Klallams were among the Indigenous Peoples who fished a vast inland sea off northwest Washington, bounded by Haro Strait to the west, Rosario Strait to the east, Ge...
Charles Chevalier 2002 Seattle-Post Intelligencer
Richard Walker
Charles Chevalier’s family had fished in the San Juan Islands forever. And he knew the impending decision in U.S. v...