Brazil: Indigenous Women Unite In Historic March

By Sophie Pinchetti, Amazon Frontlines. -

In a great demonstration of feminine unity and strength as part of the indigenous movement across the Amazon, thousands of indigenous women have mobilized in Brazil’s capital city since yesterday [...]

Murdered And Missing Indigenous Women Billboards Arrive In Michigan

By Staff, Native News Online. -

Manistee, Michigan - A national campaign to raise awareness and build momentum for meaningful federal legislation to impact the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women (MMIW) tragedy arrived in the [...]

Activists Camped At Hawaii’s Mauna Kea Face Government Opposition

By  Aída Chávez, The Intercept. -

On July 17, police in riot gear arrested at least 33 Native Hawaiian elders, or kupuna, for peacefully blocking construction of a massive telescope on sacred land on the dormant volcano of Mauna [...]

The Ongoing American Genocide Against Indigenous Women And Girls

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

Canada issued a report two weeks ago on thousands of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) calling them victims of Canadian Genocide and connecting a root cause to colonization, [...]

Indigenous Activists Take Atlantic Coast Pipeline To Court

By Steve Norris, Popular Resistance -

This week in a small remote corner of North Carolina, two mega fossil fuel corporations, Duke and Dominion, may have met their match. In the Robeson County Courthouse in Lumberton Lumbee and [...]

Coastal GasLink Ordered To Cease Work On Unist’ot’en Trapline

By Unist'ot'en Camp, Popular Resistance. -

An inspection by the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) has found Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd. (CGL) to be in “non compliance” with three conditions of their environmental assessment [...]

Events At Lincoln Memorial Highlight How Far We Have To Go

By Chase Iron Eyes, Lakota Law Project. -

In the wake of the events at the Lincoln Memorial after the Indigenous Peoples March, much has been said and written. After all the spin, we believe the clearly visible facts of the incident [...]

Gas Company And Canadian Police Invade Gidim’ten Land Again

By Unist'ot'en Solidarity Brigade, Popular Resistance. -

January 28, 2019 – Over the weekend Coastal GasLink willfully, illegally, and violently destroyed Gidimt’en cultural infrastructure and personal property on Gidimt’en territory without our [...]

Indigenous Leaders Support A Green New Deal

By Kelsey Hill, Lakota Law Project. -

True environmental and historical justice necessitates that new climate policy not only ensure heavy investment in green jobs and infrastructure for Indigenous communities, but that it directly [...]

Canadian Police Raid Wet’suwet’en Territory For TransCanada

By Kai Nagata, DogwoodBC.CA. -

(Written January 8, 2019) Yesterday afternoon, police broke down a wooden gate and arrested several people at the Gidim’ten Checkpoint, a camp on a snowy forest service road along the Morice [...]

Colombia: Indigenous Communities Reject Land Reform

By Staff, Telesur -

Organizations claim the reform would legalize lands illegally seized from Indigenous, Campesino and Afro-Colombian communities. The National Indigenous Organization of Colombia (ONIC) demanded [...]

Trudeau Committed To Building Trans Mountain Despite Legal Challenges

By John Paul Tasker, CBC -

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reaffirmed his support for the Trans Mountain expansion project Friday vowing to fight on after the Federal Court of Appeal handed his government a ruling that [...]

All Serious Charges Dropped Against Chase Iron Eyes

By Chase Iron Eyes, Lakota People's Law Project -

The Lakota People’s Law Project legal team have all won a great victory! Immediately after we filed another 160 pages of hard-hitting evidence on the necessity defense, the North Dakota [...]

We Can’t Confront Fascism Without Addressing White Settler Colonialism

By Jen Deerinwater, In These Times. -

The white supremacists didn't come to Washington, D.C. on August 12. They were already here, occupying the White House, capitol, Supreme Court and federal agencies. The white invasion brought [...]

Stopping Pipelines Means Challenging Systems That Threaten Our Existence

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance. -

Although not as well-known as the struggle at Standing Rock to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, there are bold and active campaigns going on to stop pipelines from British Columbia to the Bayou [...]