Canadian police continued to arrest land defenders after a violent raid that ended a 56-day blockade of a drilling site.
Native people are still battling world-crushing forces.
The Wampanoags are bracing for the 400th anniversary of the first Pilgrim Thanksgiving in 1621.
The right’s attacks on the Indian Child Welfare Act are part of a larger power grab.
Opponents describe them as a scheme that will appropriate land and resources without addressing roots of climate crisis.
The focus on “net zero” rather than absolute carbon reductions suggests leaders don’t plan to make serious changes.
Indigenous leaders have issued a series of demands, including the abolition of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The escalating climate crisis is increasingly impacting Deaf, disabled and ill Indigenous people.
Breaches of trust were documented in which conservators took money or lands for their own monetary gain.
The Indigenous Environmental Network says Biden has “continuously failed to honor our treaties.”