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Indigenous Rights

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Diné Equality

Prior to colonization, American Indians had their own values of tolerance and acceptance. Forgetting those values not only threatens our tradition, but our right to tribal sovereignty. more

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Heather Gies

For the thousands of indigenous and other women gathered in Chiapas, art is resistance. more

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Rob87438

Tribal sovereignty is precarious at best. Indians know that at any point the President, Congress, and the U.S. Supreme Court could do away with Indian-federal treaties, dismantle reservations, and open up tribal lands to the highest bidder. more

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Many Alaskan indigenous peoples depend on the Arctic Refuge. But there's a dangerous push to develop it. more

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Mary Annette Pember

Giving thanks to their ancestors for caring for the land, a Tlingit tribe questions the colonial roots of an American holiday. more

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National Nurses United

"We don’t have to wait for a disaster, because healthcare is a disaster." more

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The Cherokee were wrong to exclude their black brothers and sisters from membership. more

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Courtesy Greg Werkheiser

The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape people have lived in New Jersey since before statehood. Now, they are once again battling for tribal recognition. more

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Keith Allison

Like Little Black Sambo, Frito the Bandito and other racial stereotypes, the days of the Redskins name and image are numbered. more

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Chip Thomas

For thirty years, Chip Thomas has worked as a doctor in the Painted Desert region. He's also an artist, committed to sharing the stories and concerns of the Navajo people he works with. Take a look. more

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