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The rapid spread of novel coronavirus has prompted government, business, and civil society to take dramatic action.
Building sustainable communities is the antidote to fear of a changing climate.
Young Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color at the center of environmental justice movements are often overlooked.
Replacing grass with even a few plants native to your region can save insects and the ecosystems that depend on them.
An inspiring collaboration on the Pacific Coast blew fishery conservation goals out of the water.
Shifting sands make New Mexico's White Sands National Park a geological wonder, a prehistoric time capsule, and an economic driver for the region.
Cultural burning is proactive, while Western-style controlled burning, also called hazard reduction burning, is reactive.
The resilience of food production in the face of a changing climate will depend on both traditional ecological knowledge and Western science.
A collaboration between Indigenous tradition and Western science may offer a way to bolster both Haida culture and the marine ecosystem intertwined with it.
Researchers at Indiana University have been digitally preserving recordings of Native American songs made on fragile wax cylinders more than 100 years ago.
New studies put hard numbers to Alaska's glacial retreat, now plainly visible to tourists.
Lost amid the daily news cycle now focused on the impeachment of the president is the fact that money continues to roll in.
The Tribal Steward Program introduces young people to land conservation and restoration in Northwest tribal communities.
The gap between colonized and colonizer can be bridged, although it will take a lot of work on the part of both.
Gender inclusivity is important, but so is acknowledging our Indigenous origins.
A new book traces the path of pan-Native activism.
Climate change disproportionately affects poor people and people of color. They should be compensated for their suffering.
We’re rolling through November, recognized as Native American Heritage Month, when many of us celebrate the nation’s rich and diverse Indigenous history.
Thanks to a union of land cooperatives, people in Puebla have food sovereignty and education in Nahuatl instead of mega-projects and a Walmart.
A violent, racist history has kept Native people off their ancestral lands for decades. How can we remove the barriers that still exist today?
The 130-year legacy of fire suppression in the U.S. is a process that continues to dispossess Native peoples of their lands.
A new generation of Native activists took a canoe journey around Alcatraz to mark Indigenous Peoples Day and pay homage to occupation of the island 50 years ago.
After traveling thousands of miles fleeing violence and discrimination, LGBTQ women -- many of them Indigenous -- find safety and support at T’ja Xuj.
When it comes to climate change, one expert says: 'Every single person can make a huge difference, and when we come together to work, anything is possible.'
Two generations saw our Inuit and Dine homelands in Northern Canada nearly destroyed. Now my way of life is one of cultural repair.
The descendants of settlers and immigrants can’t become Indigenous to the land where we live. But we can follow the models of coexistence.
A grassroots movement encourages non-Natives in Seattle, Washington, to pay monthly reparations to the Duwamish Tribe.
The fires that spread swiftly across the Amazon in recent weeks drew international attention to a problem Indigenous Brazilians have been facing for years.
Despite racist and anti-immigrant scapegoating, data shows that most American terrorists are resentful White men inspired by White supremacist and misogynist rhetoric
'What we do to the web of life, we do to ourselves. If any strand of the web is broken, the whole web is affected,' the Lummi Nation stated.
Food security, traditional agriculture, and local self-reliance are key to regenerative societies of the future.
When federal agents engineered the nation’s largest single-state immigration raid in Mississippi, a network of activists knew their work was about to get much harder.
We may be in the beginning stages of the process that could remove the president.
Why are fellow Indigenous Americans being detained on their ancestral land?
In a remote Alaskan village, a low-cost program gives patients something to smile about.
New Mexico's largest city amended a decades-old ordinance to recognize tribal sovereignty and create more services for Native people living in urban centers.
A clear and shared vision among Democrats is the only way to compete against 'Make America Great Again.'
A slavery reparations hearing on Juneteenth represented the result of centuries of work.
For more than 100 years, Native children in Maine were removed from their homes by state authorities and placed with White families in an attempt to erase their indigenous identity.
Despite continued court delays, confidence remains high among the young people -- including Native youth -- suing the government for its support of fossil fuels.
I’m seeking out the histories and communities that existed before Route 66 and that survive still today.
It took riders 10 hours to reach remote families stranded in the aftermath of the 'bomb cyclone' that devastated the Pine Ridge Reservation.
'The monument was part of a larger effort to rewrite the history books,' said lawmaker Shane Morigeau, a citizen of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.
A voyage around the world offered a new generation of Hawaiians lessons about Earth’s uncertain future.
The Sogorea Te Land Trust is working to create an alternative land base for Indigenous people in California’s East Bay.
Launched in February, the show has covered indigenous feminism, food sovereignty, and DNA tests, among other topics.
An Indigenous journalist reflects on the 800-year-old cathedral and what 'sacred' means to her.
Instead of waiting for answers from police, Indigenous communities are scanning hillsides and riverbeds—and helping families cope.
'As Long as Grass Grows' by Dina Gilio-Whitaker explores the history of Indigenous peoples’ struggles—from treaty violations, genocide, and human trafficking to protection of sacred sites.
These early Native traditions spur physical well-being.
Climate change is already damaging Indigenous ways of life. But tribes are adapting.
Xwi7xwa library in British Columbia is working to decolonize the way libraries organize information.
The court’s gone conservative. But there’s pretty clear evidence that public pressure can make a difference.
The Covington Catholic conflict and Esquire cover story helped me to see the mistakes I made.
Immigration advocates and environmentalists say the real crisis is the border wall the president wants to build.
It’s very clear that conservatives have one plan for dealing with the popularity of the Green New Deal.