Indigenous Leaders Decry Colombia’s Deadly Crackdown On Land Protesters

By Taran Volckhausen, News.mongabay.com -

One person has reportedly died and another was injured after police in Colombia cracked down on a protest by indigenous groups demanding a meeting with the country’s president over land rights. [...]

Washington State Senate Passes Missing And Murdered Indigenous People Bill

By Staff, lrinspire.com -

“This measure takes the important step of creating two liaison positions within the Washington State Patrol to increase trust between governmental organizations and native communities and to [...]

Sacred Headwaters Summit Strengthening Alliances Across Borders

By Staff, News.pachamama.org -

The Sacred Headwaters region of the Amazon, which the indigenous people are now also referring to as Territories for Life, is made up of 60 million acres of tropical rainforest in Ecuador and [...]

Indigenous Activists Set Up Protest Camp At South Texas Cemetery To Stop Trump’s Wall

By Gus Bova, Texasobserver.org -

The 154-year-old Eli Jackson Cemetery sits about a mile from the Rio Grande, south of the Hidalgo County town of San Juan. Encompassing about a quarter-acre, it hosts the remains of some 150 [...]

Urgent-Colombia Minga Betrayed, Uribe Defends Possible Massacre Of Protesters

By Staff, Afgj.org -

The Alliance for Global Justice is saddened and enraged that Colombia’s President Iván Duque, just 200 yards away, decided to abandon his visit with indigenous and popular movement leaders in [...]

Unist’ot’en Camp Preparing For Spring Work And Resistance

By Staff, Itsgoingdown.org -

With spring coming early to the north, plans are underway for new projects across WET’SUWET’EN TERRITORY, including cabin construction for WET’SUWET’EN PEOPLE. Following the invasion of our [...]

All Of This, We Have To Defend

By Caitlin Manning and Joe Bender, Roarmag.org -

An indigenous community in the highlands of Chiapas is learning about the theory and practice of agroecology to lessen their dependency on pesticides. ispatches from Resistant Mexico is a series [...]

Indigenous Organizers Halted Plans For Oil Drilling In The Amazon

By Kimberley Brown, Nationofchange.org -

Rosa Elvira Chuji Gualingai, 50, came to the city to pressure the government. Watching the traffic outside her office window, she says, “I can’t get used to this lifestyle.” The indigenous [...]

Standing Rock Medic Bus Is Now A Traveling Decolonized Pharmacy

By Mary Annette Pember, Yesmagazine.org -

There was something familiar and comforting about the bus. A crowd of people painted green vines and flowers on the exterior as it sat parked in a field near Frank’s Landing during the Indigenous [...]

Native American View Of The Grand Canyon’s Centennial Celebration

By Staff, Asunow.asu.edu -

Most people view the Grand Canyon as a place of recreation; they go there to sightsee, hike, raft and camp. But the people who have lived there for millennia see it differently. Native Americans [...]

Defendants Accuse Coastal GasLink Of Trying To ‘Subvert Authority’ Of Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs

By Chantelle Bellrichard, Cbc.ca -

Two Wet'suwet'en Nation members are accusing Coastal GasLink of attempting to "subvert the authority" of their hereditary chiefs, in their response filing in B.C. Supreme Court Wednesday opposing [...]

Fulfilling The Prophecy: The Indigenous Peoples March

By Nikki Sanchez, ROAR Magazine -

The Mayan prophecy that I have been raised with teaches that this time in history is an era of great significance for global human consciousness. Through our prophecy, we are taught that as of [...]

Racism Is A Far Too Common Experience For Native People

By Ivan Star Comes Out, Indianz.com -

Due to its unusual growth spurt, this narrow-minded activity is now openly assailing “people of color,” physically and emotionally. An obvious activity is to tell people to return to where they [...]

‘If the Water Is Rising, Then So Must We’: Indigenous Peoples March In Washington Against Global Injustice

By Jessica Corbett, Commondreams.org -

"It's a collective cry for help because we're in a time of crisis," said one organizer. "Indigenous people from around the world are suffering from the same colonization." In an event described [...]

Brazilian Indigenous Respond To Bolsonaro: ‘We Are Not Animals In Zoos, We Are People In Our Homeland’

By Elaine Tavares, Resumen-english.org -

The Bolsonaro government’s racist attacks on indigenous peoples, the administrative change in the Agricultural portfolio, and responsibility for the demarcation of original lands are already [...]