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50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 Mag!
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Atom Bombs, Rotting Pipe Lines
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Attack Dogs and Police Respond as Indigenous Fight Massive Project
Flood gates from a reservoir were opened and washed homes...
Energy Transfer Opposed in Texas, Too, As Celebs and Landowners Fight Local Pipeline
A plan for an extensive pipeline costing hundreds of...
Ceremonial Objects, Trickster Skateboards and Protesting an Auction: Tlingit Artist Crystal Worl in Paris
Trained at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in...
UN Permanent Forum Rebukes U.S. for Ignoring Standing Rock and Other Tribal Nations
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues has...
Humans Sparked Warming Nearly 200 Years Ago
Global warming may have started far earlier than anyone has...
Brazil Cancels Massive Dam Project Affecting Indigenous
Brazil's environmental officials said that the license for...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, January 3, 2016
Between Christmas and New Year's, we looked back at 2015, saw record flooding on the Cherokee Nation and saw the Yurok tell gene splicers to cut it out...
‘Bomb Cyclone’ Lashes North Pole, Sends Temps Above Freezing
The North Pole is becoming the Slush Pole as one of the strongest storms in recorded history lashes at the roof of Mother Earth, pushing temperatures 50 degrees above normal for th...
Indigenous Land Rights Fight Builds Momentum in 2015
Indigenous communities around the world continued to push to have their voices heard when it came to pressures from non-indigenous mostly moving into territories...
‘Racist of the Year’: Brazilian Lawmaker Receives Title From Survival International
The Brazilian politician who said of indigenous people “…let them die of hunger in poverty…” and referred to them as “those little fags” has been given the Racist of the Year Award...
Diné Waleha Johns Crashes a Sacred Artifacts Auction in Paris, in Regalia
It has become a heartbreakingly familiar scenario: dozens of sacred Native American items on the auction block...
Guardians of Ancient Foods: 140 Food Communities Celebrate Indigenous Food Systems & Worldview [14 Images]
At an ancient sacred grove in Mawphlang, orchids bloomed on towering evergreen trees. Our guide picked a fallen rudraksha seed that is used as a prayer bead and medicine...
Climate Change and the Seventh Generation: Navajo Environmentalist Ann Marie Chischilly at COP21
The huge Native presence at the United Nations COP 21 climate talks in Paris was in line with the intimate relationship that these diverse cultures have with the environment...
Recovering Ancestors and the Sacred
How to find and recover the remains of ancestors, sacred objects and other items from international collections were the main topics at a special event in November that marked the ...
Global Climate Agreement Passes Over Issues Critical to Indigenous Peoples’ Caucus
The global Paris agreement struck by nearly 200 countries on December 12 is heralded as the first climate agreement to commit all countries to cut carbon emissions...
Indigenous Denounce Exclusion of Rights at COP21
Maria Clara Valencia
The Greenpeace giant polar bear was brought to COP21 on Wednesday to add pressure on governments to make an ambitious climate deal...
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