Wabanaki Seek Healing and Justice in 'Dawnland'
A new documentary follows the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission as it explores the legacy of forced child relocation policies.
What You Need To Know About The Election Results, in 9 Tweets
Progressives of color won bigly.
Maine Governor Will Not Resign Amid Fallout From Racially-Charged Comments, Violent Voicemail
Paul LePage also insisted that he will no longer speak with reporters after revelations of his tirade against a state representative he thought called him a racist.
Somali-American Man to Donald Trump: 'I Am No Danger to the Community'
Somali Americans across the country responded to Trump’s allegation during a Maine campaign event that the refugee community drains resources and promotes terrorism.
Maine Governor Attributes Heroin Trafficking To 'D-Money,' 'Shifty'
“Incidentally, half the time they impregnate a young, White girl before they leave,” says Governor Paul LePage about out-of-state drug dealers with names like “D-Money,” “Shifty” and “Smoothie.”
Maine Mayoral Candidate Ben Chin: Integration Is 'An Inherently Messy Process'
We caught up with the Lewiston, Maine, organizer and mayoral candidate about the racist signs targeting him, progressive politics in small cities and the Lewiston reputation he hopes to change.
Maine Mayoral Candidate Ben Chin Targeted With Racist Attack Ads
The signs—posted on the buildings of a landlord whom Lewiston mayoral candidate Ben Chin has blasted over sub-standard living conditions—compare Chin to Ho Chi Minh.
#BringBackOurGirls One Year Later, Cops Pay Bitcoin Ransom, Dennis Quaid Flips Out
Some of Tuesday’s big headlines