Nebraska and the Midwest are recovering from devastating climate change-fueled floods.
The tribe has vowed to protect sacred sites including a 154-year-old cemetery threatened by the president’s wall.
If the Navajo Nation were to buy the plant, Peabody could shift liability for the shutdown onto the tribe’s shoulders.
The deeply unpopular plan would benefit a few rich oil companies while threatening people, wildlife and the climate.
CounterSpin interviews Jenni Monet on Indigenous journalism.
The Wet’suwet’en uprising in British Columbia is the latest Indigenous resistance to settler colonialism.
Nathan Phillips discusses what happened at the Indigenous Peoples March.
Indian Health Services is understaffed and a federal food delivery program to reservations has come to a halt.
Real justice will only come with a systemic overhaul of Canadian health care.