Kayla DeVault

Note: The following column first appeared in the Navajo Times.

It’s time Navajo Nation uses its powerful voice for indigenous solidarity, not oil prosperity. In fact, it’s well past time....

Frank Hopper
There is no Walmart in Angoon, Alaska. A ferry brings in food to stock the town’s only store, where a gallon of milk will run you about $10...
Liza Gross

Several years ago, on a brisk spring day in the wild reaches of northeastern Arizona, I was helping an elderly grandmother scrape kernels off a bushel’s worth of dried corn cobs. She spoke no English and I knew little Navajo, so we worked in silence, sitting on a blanket, side by side....

Mālia Kahaleʻinia Chun

On January 17, 1893, a group of American sugar barons and plantation owners, backed by the United States military, overthrew Queen Lili’uokalani of the Kingdom of Hawai’i and imprisoned her in her own palace. The coup led to the dissolving of the Kingdom and its illegal annexation by the U.S....

Turtle Island is in trouble. From climate change to oil spills and wildfires, the damage can be seen across the country...
Christina Rose
Oak Flat, Arizona, and the summit of Mauna Kea, Hawaii, are sacred sites under attack by state officials, who successfully lobby Congress to take the land for state’s interests...
Carly McIntosh

In the spring in Canada, people line up to buy herbicides. Canadians hate weeds like they love hockey and politeness....

Carly McIntosh

Canadians are supposed to be cleaning up their act to help protect the environment. Taking a walk on a path all you have to do is look down and you will see a cigarette butt all dried-up sitting close to your feet....