As a Native, I’ve tried darker breads but I still stand by my white bread privilege.
Salmon runs have been bad for the last two years and 2017 is shaping up to be the worst in the history of the Klamath River in California.
With the Indian Health Service severely underfunded, tribal advocates are worried about the impacts of the repeal and replace effort.
Here is a story that shows a little about the effect of what the government did to us Lakota.
An open-pit nickel mining operation met its match when Q’eqchi leader Rodrigo Tot led his community to a high court victory for traditional land rights.
Take the time to consciously protect who you have always been.
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