WATCH: Elouise Cobell Fights for Native Americans in '100 Years'
The documentary highlights how the banker sued the United States government over billions of dollars in unpaid compensation for Indigenous landowners.
Publisher Indefinitely Delays Release of Sherman Alexie Memoir
The Native American author faces multiple allegations of sexual harassment.
10 POC-Led Organizations to Support on International Women's Day
Put your Twitter fingers to good use helping people of color who identify as women.
READ: How Team Indigenous is Decolonizing Roller Derby
Roller derby’s Team Indigenous seeks to empower women and two-spirit people while addressing Native issues and desegregating a predominantly White sport.
10 Works From Indigenous Authors to Read Right Now
Writer and scholar Elissa Washuta tweeted an extensive list of books and essays from Native American writers as sexual harassment accusations mount against author Sherman Alexie.
Etsy Prevents Alaska Native Artisans From Selling Ivory Art
Per the federal Marine Mammal Protection Act, indigenous people of Alaska can legally use ivory from walrus tusks and whale teeth and bones.
READ: Now That The Cleveland Indians Dropped Its Racist Logo, What's Next?
The Atlantic argues that the choice should make it easier for other teams to follow suit.
Minnesota Changes Lake Calhoun to Original Dakota Name, Bde Maka Ska
The largest lake in Minneapolis was named for John Calhoun, an early U.S. politician and supporter of slavery.
READ: Midwifery Is on the Rise in Native Communities
A new Rewire article explores the efforts to reintegrate traditional birthing practices in Native communities in the United States and Canada.
The Words and Wisdom of Trailblazers Who Passed Away In 2017
We’re honoring some of the activists, performers and pioneers of color who died in 2017 in their own words.
Can Tiny Houses Halt the Expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline?
Indigenous activists are using solar-powered tiny houses to block the proposed path of the oil pipeline across Secwepemcul’ecw territory. Could this become the ‘Standing Rock of the North’?
Five Tribes File Complaint Against Trump Administration to Protect Bears Ears Monument
The complaint says the president’s move was unconstitutional.
Trump Announces Drastic Size Reduction of Bears Ears and Other Protected Monuments
What’s next, President Trump, the Grand Canyon?” asked one environmentalist.
Keystone Pipeline Spill Caused By Construction Damage
The cause has officials concerned about additional leaks in the future.
Navajo Nation President Reacts to Donald Trump's 'Pocahontas' Slur
The U.S. president used an honorific occasion to attack one of his political opponents over her claims to Native ancestry. Surprise: it didn’t go over well.
WATCH: Trump Hosts Navajo Code Talkers, Calls Elizabeth Warren 'Pocahontas'
Warren: “It is deeply unfortunate that the president of the United States cannot even make it through a ceremony honoring these heroes without having to throw out a racial slur.”
Four Centuries After the First Thanksgiving, the Mashpee Wampanoag Fight to Reclaim Their Language
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe, whose ancestors dined with Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving, created a language immersion school to preserve its heritage.
The Keystone XL Pipeline Is a Go. Now What?
Environmentalists are declaring partial victory, while Indigenous leaders vow to continue fighting.
Keystone Pipeline Leaks 210,000 Gallons of Oil
The spill potentially threatened a bordering Indigenous reservation.
Native Activist and AIM Leader Dennis Banks Dies at Age 80
The American Indian Movement co-founder resisted the U.S. government’s oppression of Native people for decades.