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Indigenous Rights news and analysis from The Nation
September 1, 2022
The Raizado Festival Confronts Aspen’s Inequality
In one of the wealthiest towns in the country, Latinx and Indigenous issues intersect on the first day of the Latinx House’s inaugural Raizado Festival.
August 29, 2022
This Tiny Fish Holds Together Ecosystems and Cultures—It’s Also Under Threat
The Sitka Tribe of Alaska is fighting to protect the Pacific herring, challenging the idea of what it means to manage a fishery sustainably.
July 11, 2022
Can Chile’s Radical New Constitution Survive a Vote?
The new Chilean Constitution would be one of the most progressive in the world, but passage is anything but certain.
July 6, 2022
Why We Accepted a Thousand Acres of Land Back From New York State
As Onondaga, we view this as only the first step toward a broader acknowledgement of our land rights.
May 4, 2022
Don’t Fear a Red Planet: The Story of the World’s Only Native Comic Shop
Lee Francis IV turned an empty hair salon into a space for “Indigenerds” to let their imaginations run wild.
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January 14, 2022
How the Navajo Nation Beat Back Covid
The community once the hardest hit is now one of the safest in the United States.
December 22, 2021
The US Military Is Bulldozing Sacred Indigenous Sites on Guam
Indigenous residents are fighting to save their island’s heritage, while the military refuses to release key information about what it is razing.
November 2, 2021
How the War Over Critical Race Theory Affects Native Americans
The current backlash against teaching the truth about our history has added fresh insult to the long legacy of injuries to America’s Indigenous inhabitants.
October 18, 2021
“Beyond Bows and Arrows”: Indigenous Radio in Texas
Two hours of escape and connection.
October 11, 2021
Biden Needs to Do More Than Sound the Alarm on Climate
A weeklong mobilization of climate activists called The People vs. Fossil Fuels aims to put the White House’s climate record to the test—right outside the White House.