Category: Native American

Mary Annette Pember: ‘I Would Want My Story to Have Meaning’

Mapping Out Missing and Murdered Native Women

Various Contributors: Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls

Native Leaders Bring Attention to Impact of Fossil Fuel Industry on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Courtney Parker: ‘Paper Genocide’

Trump’s Political Maneuvers Could Rob Native America of Tribal Sovereignty, Culture, Health Care

Gerald Horne: The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism

The years between 1603 and 1714 were perhaps the most decisive in English history. At the onset of the seventeenth century, the sceptered isle was a second-class power, but the Great Britain that emerged by the beginning of the eighteenth century was, in many ways, the planet’s reigning superpower.1 It then passed the baton to Read more…

Garet Bleir: Indigenous Nations Unite Against Nuclear Colonialism

Narratives from the fight against the desecration of the land surrounding Red Butte

John Malkin: Rock ‘n Roll Resistance at Big Mountain, Arizona

I recently spoke with Clayson and Jeneda Benally about their bands Blackfire and Sihasin, their indigenous roots and the power of punk rock to change the world.

Mary Annette Pember: ‘It’s Time for Indian Women to Be Heard’

The Promise and Problems of the Tribal Law and Order Act

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Sue Sturgis: Atlantic Coast Pipeline faces Native American resistance

Construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline would impact the watershed of the Lumber River, a waterway of deep significance to North Carolina’s Lumbee people. (Photo of the Lumber River by NC Wetlands via Flickr.) Two American Indian tribes in North Carolina are among the groups seeking to join a court challenge to federal regulators’ decision to Read more…

Mary Annette Pember: Native Women Reclaiming Birth on Their Terms

The Midwives’ Resistance

Ayşe Gürsöz: Can Tiny Houses Stop Pipeline?

Indigenous activists are using solar-powered tiny houses to block the proposed path of the oil pipeline across Secwepemcul’ecw territory. Could this become the ‘Standing Rock of the North’?

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