Hundreds Demand Resignation Of South Dakota Public Officials

By Ndn Collective, Indian Country Today. -

Yesterday, NDN Collective’s Education Equity team led hundreds of Indigenous people and allies from across the state in the Oceti Sakowin March for Our Children, demanding the resignation of [...]

Push For Indigenous Curriculum Makes Gains

By Susan Haigh, Indian Country Today. -

For years, many tribes have felt their history has not been given its due by schools in Connecticut, a state that takes its name from an Algonquian word meaning “land on the long tidal [...]

Chevron Used The Legal System And FBI To Target Steven Donziger

By Lee Camp, -

Human rights attorney Steven Donziger has now been under house arrest in his New York City apartment for two years. The reason for his detainment, as Lee Camp puts it in this clip from “Redacted [...]

Indigenous Woman Monument To Replace Columbus Statue

By Indian Country Today. -

Mexico City — Christopher Columbus is getting kicked off Mexico City's most iconic boulevard. Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum announced that the Columbus statue on the Paseo de la Reforma, often a [...]

Groups Call On Trudeau And RCMP To Protect Secwepemc Activists

By The Sparrow Project. -

Blue River, BC — Over 40 human rights lawyers, organizations, authors and First Nations representatives penned a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling on him to abide by demands made [...]

Defending The Legacy Of Chile’s 2019 Uprising

By Bree Busk, ROAR Magazine. -

On July 5, after a tumultuous morning both inside and outside the former National Congress building, the inaugural meeting of Chile’s Constitutional Convention carried out its first act, electing [...]

Arrests Made As Water Protectors Rally At Governor’s Residence

By Resist Line 3, Popular Resistance. -

St. Paul, MN - On Saturday morning, hundreds of people participated in a march from the MN State Capitol to the Governor's residence led by pipeline resistance camp Camp Migizi. According to a [...]

I Awakened Here When the Earth Was New

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. -

In late March 2021, 120 traditional owners from 40 different First People’s groups spent five days at the National First People’s Gathering on Climate Change in Cairns (Australia). Speaking on [...]

Thousands Of Water Protectors Rally At The Minnesota State Capitol

By Resist Line 3, Popular Resistance. -

St Paul, MN - On Wednesday afternoon, more than 2,000 water protectors gathered outside the Minnesota State Capitol for the Treaties not Tar Sands Rally to stop the Line 3 tar sands pipeline and [...]

Indigenous Peoples Set Up Protest Camp In Brasilia

By Telesur English. -

From August 22 to 28, the Articulation of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil (APIB) and its regional organizations will carry out a national mobilization to defend their ancestral territories. On [...]

How Laws Keep Indigenous People From Protecting Sacred Spaces

By Debra Utacia Krol, USA Today. -

Phoenix – Tourists speeding toward Grand Canyon National Park rarely notice the rocky protuberance that juts above the flat expanse of Arizona's Coconino Plateau. But to the Havasu 'Baaja, [...]

Guatemalans Back On The Streets Demanding President’s Resignation

Guatemalan Ancestral Indigenous Authorities and advocate groups took to the streets on Thursday to demand the resignation of President Alejandro Giammattei Attorney and the General of the Public [...]

Protestors Toppled Statue Of Canada’s First Prime Minister

On August 14, protestors in Canada toppled a statue of John A. Macdonald, the country’s first prime minister. Macdonald was responsible for some of the most atrocious crimes against Indigenous [...]

Fairy Creek Got An Old-Growth Deferral

By Zoe Yunker, The Tyee. -

Splatsin First Nation Kukpi7 Wayne Christian knows the migration patterns of the last remaining southern mountain caribou in his territory in southeast B.C. — they spend their winters up in the [...]

Council Of The Haida Nation, Feds, And Province Sign Historic Agreement

By K-J Millar, The Northern View. -

A historic new agreement, between the Council of the Haida Nation and both federal and provincial governments, has been signed as a framework agreement setting the stage to reconciliation [...]