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Water Protectors' Efforts Not in Vain
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Lumbee Tribe of NC Emerges Slowly From Hurricane Matthew Flood Waters
As flood waters recede, the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina...
Typhoon Songda Remnants Slam Coast, Spare Washington State Tribes
It wasn’t the megastorm packing 150-mph winds and 50-foot...
‘Frankenfish’ Lawsuit on GMO Salmon Heads to Court on Election Day
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton won’t be the only ones...
From the Dakotas to the Desert: Energy Companies Threaten Native Culture
Commentary: An energy company plans a project that would...
Coming Full Circle: ‘Tending the Wild’ Series on KCET Highlights Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Indigenous Peoples are increasingly being seen as having...
Caribou Who? Kootenai Tribe Works to Revive the Disappearing Species
In 2009, on Kootenai tribal territory in the Idaho...
Standing Firm at Standing Rock: Why the Struggle Is Bigger Than One Pipeline
Sarah Jaffe, BillMoyers.com
The first sign that not everything is normal as you drive down Highway 1806 toward the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota is a checkpoint manned by camouflage-clad National ...
Bad Weather Cuts 2016 Manoomin Harvest in Half
Manoomin —Ojibwe for “the good berry,” known to many as wild rice—may be scarce this year, as poor weather has drastically reduced the harvest...
Amnesty International to Morton County Sheriff: Investigate Use of Force Against Protectors at DAPL
Amnesty International USA
Editor’s note: On September 3, water protectors trying to stop the bulldozing of sacred sites to make way for the Dakota Access oil pipeline near the Missouri and Cannonball rivers...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, October 2, 2016
Election draws ever closer, a poignant Tribal Nations Conference, the Heiltsuk receive the royals, and one of our own wins a so-called Genius Grant...
Solidarity From the South: Indigenous Leaders From Ecuador Come to Standing Rock
Indigenous leaders from Ecuador joined the protectors at Standing Rock recently to show solidarity and share information, as their community has had some victories against oil comp...
Dire Climate Impacts Go Unheeded
Tim Radford, Climate News
The social and economic impacts of climate change have already begun to take their toll —but most people do not yet know this...
Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Donates $250,000 to Standing Rock Legal Fund
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians is donating $250,000 to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s legal fund, citing the need to keep pushing for proper consultation even after th...
Water Protectors Rounded Up After Prayers at DAPL Construction Site
Mary Annette Pember
Twenty-one water protectors who answered the call to pray on Wednesday September 28 were arrested as they attempted to leave a Dakota Access pipeline construction site...
Another Day of Actions as Water Protectors Stand Firm
Mary Annette Pember
Benjamin Conrad, 20, only brings out his grandfather’s war bonnet for special occasions. Today was such a day...
House Democrats Call for New DAPL Permitting Process After 2-Hour Forum in DC
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