Xwi7xwa library in British Columbia is working to decolonize the way libraries organize information.
Life was already difficult for Native Americans who live along – and across – the border even before President Donald Trump declared a national emergency.
In the 1950s an Indigenous woman could not even hire a lawyer but in 2019 Jody Wilson-Raybould teaches a masters’ class in the rule of law.
Anna Mae Pictou Aquash was one of the original missing and murdered indigenous women whose life and death sparked the #MMIW movement.
Marijuana was given to the human people to do exactly what it does best: heal.
'Weavings explain where we came from and who we are.'


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A record number of Native Americans, including Native women, are seeking seats in the U.S. Congress. Here are the active candidates.

It seems only western science can be championed as objective, reliable and neutral.

It’s the land that brings us together, the land that teaches relationship-based ways of knowing about the natural world and its food systems.

Tribal governments continue to press to be included in the debate about international borders and security, including a proposal to include an Indigenous-only visa.

It’s important that settlers understand what Unist'ot'en represents in the era of reconciliation currently being promoted by governments in Canada.

A treaty promise made to the Blood Tribe in 1877 is the subject of a new settlement.

Indigenous legal traditions can point us in the right direction, towards a wealth of gratitude, justice and a good life.

Through organizations like the Saskatchewan Indian Women’s Association, women demanded their return to their rightful place in Indigenous leadership.

Two scathing reports confirm what Indigenous people have felt all along: they are not welcome in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Ground zero in the global battle against climate chaos this week is in Wet'suwet'en territory, in northern British Columbia.

The Ahiarmiut are entitled to an acknowledgement by the Canadian government that they were victims of genocide.

Native activists are celebrating after a judge blocked certain pre-construction activities on the Keystone XL Pipeline, including work on controversial man camps that are linked to crimes against Native women.

We are finding a disturbing legacy of sterilization of Indigenous women.

There are stark differences between the health of Indigenous peoples in Canada and their non-Indigenous counterparts.

The South Selkirk Mountains caribou herd is down to just six animals.

Using the term 'Indigenous' moves Canada in the direction of the spirit of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

Concrete actions are needed to address the harmful effects of the residential school era.

Must governments in Canada consult with Indigenous communities prior to adopting legislation that could affect their rights?

Marijuana in Canada presents a serious matter for Natives and particularly for the Mohawks of Akwesasne.

Many Native American communities are working to save cultural insights and revitalize their languages.

It’s time to treat Indigenous communities with more respect and engage them as collaborators in infrastructure projects.

'President Trump permitted the Keystone XL Pipeline because he wanted to,' a Native American Rights Fund attorney said.

The Canadian government’s Department of Canadian Heritage has the opportunity to support a groundbreaking cultural initiative.

The Colville Tribes are celebrating after securing a huge victory against the world's largest mining company.

The Mohawk people thrived until the need for cheap power led to the destruction of our homelands.

We urgently need a set of practical guidelines for addressing and preventing heritage loss by Indigenous peoples.

The Fort Belknap Tribes and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe are waging a familiar war over water, treaty rights and the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Two years after a Native architect took aim at the Cleveland professional baseball team's racist imagery, the team has responded.

Indigenous leaders pulled together a grassroots movement to resist the expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline.

The Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes say the Keystone XL Pipeline threatens their drinking water, and their way of life.

Returning to culture is a duty my grandfather believed Native elders had to their communities.