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Native Americans news and analysis from The Nation
January 10, 2022
Joleen Nez: A Death in Custody
How racism, negligence, and a politically connected medical provider turned homelessness into a capital crime.
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.
September 23, 2021
The Battle for Thacker Pass
In Nevada’s high desert, environmentalists, Indigenous organizers, and ranchers have locked arms to block a lithium mine.
September 1, 2021
How Do You Tell the Story of a Fire?
A conversation with reporter Lizzie Johnson about the aftermath of wildfires and the human cost of neglected infrastructure.
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August 10, 2021
The Red Nation Wants Its Land Back
The Indigenous-led leftist collective is committed to freeing the world from capitalism and colonialism.
July 6, 2021
Stop the Enbridge Ecocide!
From Minnesota to Massachusetts, the Canadian pipeline company is engaged in crimes against humanity and the earth—abetted by state power.
July 1, 2021
On One Native American Reservation, Vaccine Hesitancy Has Long Historical Roots
On the Cheyenne River Reservation, the same government that for centuries brutally suppressed Lakota independence is now managing the Covid-19 vaccine drive.
April 22, 2021
How to Kill the Oil Hydra—and Other Lessons From the Fight Against Keystone XL
What the Indigenous-led victory over Keystone XL tells us about the struggle to stop oil pipelines.
March 8, 2021
Parenting as a Radical Act of Love
In our special issue, we consider the ways in which parenthood can push us to recognize our interdependence and spur us to fight harder for justice and equality.