Tag: Native Americans
Healing from colonization on Thanksgiving and beyond
The gap between colonized and colonizer can be bridged, although it will take a lot of work on the part of both.
Native American tribes oppose Colorado River project on Navajo land
Besides the affront to sacred Native American land and water, environmental groups see a devastating impact from Pumped Hydro Storage's proposal.
Native American leaders: Keystone spill highlights the need to oppose Dakota...
“The era of fossil fuels must end."
Making national parks accessible to native people again
A violent, racist history has kept Native people off their ancestral lands for decades. How can we remove the barriers that still exist today?
2020 candidates address historical trauma, missing Indigenous women & more at...
Exploring the candidates’ proposals to tackle issues affecting the Native American community, including the chronic murder and disappearance of Native American girls and women, land sovereignty, and generational trauma caused by colonialism.
How Albuquerque hopes to meet the unique needs of urban Native...
In Albuquerque, Native Americans account for about 4% of the population, yet they make up 44% of the city’s homeless population, according...
#MeToo in Indian Country; ‘We don’t talk about this enough’
Sexual harassment in Indian Country is an inconvenient and deeply uncomfortable truth.
How tribes are harnessing cutting-edge data to plan for climate change
The tribes in the Pacific Northwest are leaders in climate adaptation and have mounted multifaceted responses to the threats they face.
Can Native American tribes protect their land if they’re not recognized...
State laws and policies in California have made some progress possible, but many tribes still lack legal recognition and struggle to maintain their cultural heritage and the environment.
56 million Native American deaths caused by European colonizers changed Earth’s...
"For once, we've been able to balance all the boxes and realize that the only way the Little Ice Age was so intense is ... because of the genocide of millions of people."