New Podcast Explores Connection Between a Murder and the Fight for Tribal Sovereignty
This Land follows how a 1999 murder paved the way for an upcoming 2019 Supreme Court decision that will decide the land rights of five tribes in Oklahoma.
Trump Administration Seeks More Prison Time For Pipeline Protesters
The Department of Transportation wants Congress to update the law to send anti-pipeline activists to prison for up to 20 years.
READ: The Me Too Movement in Indigenous Communities
An investigation into why so many Native women are assaulted and harassed—and how they are advocating for themselves.
Shinnecock Indian Nation Erects Billboards to Assert Sovereignty
Tribe chairperson Bryan Polite in response to restraining order: “We don’t recognize their authority on our sovereign lands.”
Smithsonian Highlights How Transcontinental Railroad Impacted Native Americans
The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center delves into how the railroad—largely constructed by Chinese immigrants—added to the destruction of Native American lands, livelihood and sovereignty.
New Laws Aim to Save Native American Women's Lives
Legislators seek more effective methods to track and stop the murder of Indigenous women.
#ColorlinesReads: Get Some Perspective With These 5 Books
These engaging titles unravel myths surrounding resistance movements, settler colonialism and racist pseudoscience.
REDress Project: What Happened to Thousands of Missing Indigenous Women?
A striking new work of public art at the National Museum of the American Indian memorializes murdered and missing Native American women.
South Dakota Criminalizes Protest Against Keystone XL Pipeline
The state’s tribal communities say the governor is placing the interests of big business over their safety.
READ: What It Means That the Environmental Justice Movement is Overwhelmingly White
A new report explores how people of color are “sidelined” in the fight against climate change—despite the fact that they disproportionately suffer more from its effects.
News Flash: Telling Native Stories Without Native Journalists Is Not a Good Idea [OP-ED]
Mary Pember applauds the recently aired “Frontline” investigation “Predator on the Reservation.” But the Ojibwe veteran journalist takes issue with the absence of Native people in the reporting and historical context in the telling.
Celebrate Buffy Sainte-Marie's Birthday With These 5 Career Highs
The artist and philanthropist, whose work uplifts Indigenous cultural resistance, turns 78 today.
Documentary Uncovers Delayed Justice for Sexually Abused Indigenous Boys
“Predator on the Reservation” documents an investigation into the institutional failure that allowed Dr. Stanley Weber to allegedly assault boys on Native American reservations.
Read Nathan Phillips' Story, In His Own Words
The media hype around the Covington Catholic boys couldn’t stop this Indigenous activist from speaking his truth.
Indigenous Rockers 'Rumble' Into Music History
A new film highlights Native American artists’ influence on rock and pop music.
Skip TODAY Show, Watch This Interview With Nathan Phillips Instead
While mainstream media rushes to center the MAGA teens who taunted the Omaha elder, watch the Indigenous leader describe what really happened after the Indigenous Peoples March.
Indigenous Peoples March to Take Over Washington D.C.
Organizers say the January 18 action will advocate for policies that strengthen Indigenous communities around the world.
WATCH: Teen Photographers Capture Generations of Maya Women and Girls
A new short documentary profiles six Guatemelan teen photographers who are tackling representation, racism and classism through their project Maya Womxn of LA.
Alaska Native Teens Honored for Role in Historic Denali Climb
John Fresden and Esaias George assisted Walter Harper in the first recorded summit of North America’s tallest mountain.
What the Government Shutdown Means for Native Americans
As federal money owed to Indian Country under treaties goes unpaid, esesential services are being shut down.