A new documentary covers the Indigenous-led Rights of Nature movement on the front lines of the climate emergency.
The multiyear direct action ended last week after two protesters were arrested and jailed without bail.
A tenants’ union in Dallas was fighting evictions to keep people in their homes. Then the deadly winter storm hit.
Indigenous activists emerged as leaders of a climate movement that put increasing pressure on Joe Biden.
Whitney Gravelle, an attorney for the Bay Mills Indian Community, discusses the fight against Enbridge’s Line 5.
Activist Hilton Kelley discusses deeply rooted racial disparities complicating disaster relief on the Gulf Coast.