Minneapolis Natives Condemn Man’s Death In Custody, ‘Racist Ideologies’

By Eddie Chuculate, Indian-Country Today. -

The death of a handcuffed black man in police custody in Minneapolis has stoked anger and frustration among many Native people in the city. Leaders say relations with law enforcement have [...]

Naga Tribes Face Loss of Land And Forest Under New Law

By Robert Bociaga, Mongabay. -

The Naga tribes inhabit the hills in the northwestern corner of Myanmar and northeast India. They had long been isolated from outside culture, dwelling in independent village republics. This [...]

Solidarity With Tribal Nations Exercising Sovereignty And Protecting Citizens

By NDN Collective, Indianz.com. -

Rapid City, SD– As an Indigenous organization dedicated to supporting Indigenous self-determination and building Indigenous power, the NDN Collective stands in unwavering solidarity with the [...]

Will The Supreme Court Return Eastern Oklahoma To The Five Tribes?

By Albert Bender, People's World -

The case of McGirt v. Oklahoma sits at the top of the Supreme Court docket as the Indian law case that will decide the issue of whether eastern Oklahoma will be returned to reservation status. [...]

The Red Nation Endorses May Day 2020 General Strike

By The Editorial Council, Red Nation. -

The Red Nation joins the call by Cooperation Jackson for a national and international convergence toward a May 1st 2020 General Strike to End the COVID-19 Crisis and Create a New World. We unite [...]

Mauna Kea Is About Who Will Decide the Future

By Winona LaDuke, Truthout. -

“The mountain brought us together,” Luana Busby-Neff tells me. It’s 200 days into the prayer vigil and blockade that brought the proposed Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) to a stop in Hawaii. The [...]

#Mexico: “We Don’t Give Up and Don’t Give In” Call For Collective Action

By National Indigenous Congress, Enough is Enough. -

As a “Women’s” working group of the CIG, we would like to remember the words of Comandanta Yesica at the end of her closing speech at the Second International Gathering of Women who Struggle held [...]

Women Are The Face Of Mohawk Resistance

By Christopher Curtis, Montreal Gazette. -

Kanesatake — Brigitte Rice had been on her feet for 24 hours by Tuesday morning, hoisting the Warrior flag in one hand and using the other to slow traffic into Mohawk territory. She came to [...]

Unist’ot’en Burn Injunction On Bridge And Actions Shut Down Canada

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

Canada - On the morning of February 8, 2020, RCMP officers landed at the gates of Unist'ot'en Village by helicopter. Unist'ot'en chiefs and house members began calling on their ancestors for [...]

Report From The Unist’ot’en Solidarity Brigade

By Unist'ot'en Solidarity Brigade -

This morning at approximately 4:30 am, heavily militarized RCMP invaded unceded Wet'suwet'en territory to facilitate construction of the Coastal Gaslink pipeline. Dozens of cops with dogs and [...]

Former San Carlos Apache Tribe Chair Walking To Traditional Lands To Protest Copper Mine

By Emma Gibson, Arizona Public Media. -

The former chairman of the San Carlos Apache Tribe will walk to his tribe's traditional lands near Superior, where Resolution Copper plans to build a large underground mine. Wendsler Nosie [...]

31 US Organizations Denounce The Brutal Repression In Bolivia

By Council on Hemispheric Affairs. -

We, the undersigned US organizations condemn the civic-military coup in Bolivia and the brutal repression unleashed by the police and military authorized by the self-proclaimed anti-Indigenous [...]

Reportback And Videos From The Forest & Climate Convergence

By Anne Petermann, Global Justice Ecology Project. -

The Resurgence: 2019 Forest & Climate Movement Convergence took place over October 10-14, 2019. It brought together more than 300 people, including many front line community members and [...]

Columbus, The Indigenous, And Human Progress

By Howard Zinn, www.historyisaweapon.com -

Columbus and his successors were not coming into an empty wilderness, but into a world which in some places was as densely populated as Europe itself, where the culture was complex, where human [...]

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 [...]