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Indigenous Rights news and analysis from The Nation
November 17, 2017
These Women Nobelists Are Fighting for Grassroots Activists in Central America
They’re bringing limelight to women-led movements resisting land grabs and destruction from mining companies, hydroelectric plants, and monoculture plantations.
November 9, 2017
The Trump Administration Wants to Sell a Wildlife Refuge in Alaska to Big Oil
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says Alaska is “open for business.”
October 31, 2017
These Indigenous Movements Are Forcing the US to Reckon With Its Past
Dispatches from the Urban Resistance: New York to Seattle
October 26, 2017
Confronting the Legacy of the Civil War: The Forgotten Front
The conflict was fought by proxy in the West, but one thing united the warring factions: the doctrine of white supremacy and genocidal violence against Indians.
August 16, 2017
Wanna Save the Planet? Follow the Haida Nation’s Example.
Indigenous peoples steward 80 percent of earth’s biological diversity, but need sovereignty to resist corporate plunder. The amazing triumph of the Haida shows how to get there.
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June 19, 2017
A Major Global Foundation Just Pledged $1 Million to the Standing Rock Sioux
And that’s not the only good news the tribe received this month.
June 19, 2017
This Indigenous Group Traveled 500 Miles Across Argentina to Deliver a Simple Message
In the province of Río Negro, the Mapuche are engaged in the fight of their lives to protect their land.
June 16, 2017
The Fight Against the Dakota Access Pipeline Is Not Over. Here’s How You Can Join
The water protectors and their allies have been taking aim at the project in a way that the companies behind it are sure to notice: by hitting them in their pocketbooks.