One toxic byproduct of pipeline construction has escaped public scrutiny: sexual assaults linked to Line 3 workers.
Tribal nations have implemented far more effective guidelines and policies than those used by the states they are in.
In New York, the state filed a restraining order against the erection of a Shinnecock Nation monument.
The Tsleil-Waututh Nation is pressuring insurance company Liberty Mutual to drop the pipeline.
Overturning the Indian Child Welfare Act could deal a huge blow to tribal sovereignty.
Indigenous Peoples’ Day is just a first step, not just a box to check off.
Quannah Chasinghorse is trying to protect the wilderness that the Trump administration opened to oil drilling.
Tribal colleges are a lifeline for rural and disenfranchised Native communities.
Indigenous peoples grapple with the everyday impacts of increasing border enforcement on their lands.
Tribal leaders have slammed the planned fireworks ceremony for June 3 as “an attack on Indigenous people.”