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Begaye Must Stop Escalade Nightmare
Gyasi Ross on His New Poetry Album
Review: Momofuku Ko and the Sioux Chef
The Mother of the Earth Returns
Big Two Months for the Samish Nation
Randy Mantooth of 'Emergency!'
DU Lacrosse Wins NCAA Championship
The South Does Rights Thing
Crowdsourcing Jackson Removal
The Burden of American Exceptionalism
$255.5 Million Settlement for Inuit
Shoni Schimmel Is no Longer a Rookie
Billboard Debuts Native Artist's Video
Cherokee Elder Talks Eating 'Steak'
Wahpepah-Harris: The Next Billy Mills?
Two Native Leaders’ Could be School Name
Memorials Honoring Native Warriors
Mills to Host a Day With WA Native Youth
Maintaining U.S. Status Quo at UN
The Week That Was
Thing About Skins
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Cities on the Edge
Katherine Takai, EPA
“While municipal bankruptcies have gotten a lot of national headlines, it’s not the bankrupt cities that are the widespread problem...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Revitalization Is Good Medicine
Stephanie Cwik, EPA
Exiting the toll road in Gary, Indiana isn’t something I would have casually done a year ago...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: More Bang for the Green Buck
Mike Shapiro, EPA
Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s small but historic Crystal Park is located in a racially diverse and economically distressed neighborhood rich in history...
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy Talks to ICTMN About Indigenous Knowledge, Stewardship and Tribal Relations
Climate change is upon us, and with it attendant health challenges, and the federal government is reaching out to tribes both for help and to provide assistance as never before...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Healthy Homes—Protecting Children From Environmental Risks
Paula Selzer, EPA
Along the U.S.-Mexico Border, there are hundreds of communities known as colonias ...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Working With Municipalities and Communities to Bring New Solutions to Old Problems!
Suzanne Murray, with John Blevins, EPA
One of the most gratifying accomplishments that I can point to in my almost 20 years with EPA would never have happened if the Agency relied solely on traditional tools to address ...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Bringing Human Rights Home—Engagement and Environmental Justice
Jessica Sblendorio, EPA
When most Americans think about human rights, they tend to think of the concept at a global level, even though there are many social and environmental justice issues right here in ...
Four EPA Tribal ecoAmbassadors to Research Environment and Health in Indian Country
From the four directions come this year’s four picks for the 2015 Tribal ecoAmbassadors program, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced on October 27...
EPA Grants to Drought-Stricken Southwest Tribes Total $43 Million
With 44 California tribes set to run out of water within the next six months, much of the recent spate of annual funding for tribes within Region 9 of the U.S...
Nevada and Southern California Tribes Net $10.4 Million in Grants From EPA
Tribes in Calfornia and Nevada have been awarded a combined $10.4 million for environmental improvements to their lands from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)...
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