The Doctrine of Discovery, which allowed taking indigenous land 500 years ago, still underpins Indian law in the U.S.
Mixtec and Triqui farm workers in the U.S. and Mexico also share a common history of labor organizing
“The more things change, the more they remain the same.” — Jean-Baptise Alphonse Karr Recently, a contractor working for the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the Mountain West state of Colorado unintentionally released 3 million gallons of toxic mine waste into the Animas River. Right now, people in the US are debating the efficacy of the Read more…
Our shared future requires faith that whatever lays ahead, small gestures undertaken now – a folded message, a careful planting – are not lost
Review of An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States, by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
Institutionalized racism in Canada is perpetuating the crisis of murdered and missing Indigenous women
The Nasa People of Colombia Are Dispossessed Once Again
If you want to meet the best Australians, meet Indigenous men and women who understand this extraordinary country and have fought for the rights of the world’s oldest culture
Australia, a nation without enemies, is now spending $28billion a year on the military and war and armaments in order to fulfill a tragic, entirely colonial and obsequious role, now as Washington’s “deputy sheriff” in the Asia-Pacific.
Australia has again declared war on its Indigenous people, reminiscent of the brutality that brought universal condemnation on apartheid South Africa