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Time has run out to convince colonized newsrooms that Indigenous issues and perspectives are necessary to the national narrative.
Jenni Monet | Jan 4, 2019
A landmark decision offers opportunity for healing between descendants of slaveholders and slaves.
Jenni Monet | Sep 6, 2017
At the Trump rally Tuesday, indigenous and Latino rights advocates stood together to protest racial inequality in Arizona’s justice system. For these groups, facing militarized police is nothing new.
Jenni Monet | Aug 24, 2017
“This isn’t the end by any means. This is the spark. The whole world is waking up now.”
Jenni Monet | Feb 24, 2017
North Dakota is stretched thin in its battle to protect the Dakota Access pipeline construction: Costs are nearing $15 million, and police reinforcements are diminishing.
Jenni Monet | Nov 23, 2016
Recent Standing Rock drone footage makes it clear that time is running out in the Dakota Access battle, and the fight for control of this land is becoming more urgent.
Jenni Monet | Nov 6, 2016
Military-style troops confronted Dakota Access water defenders recently, underscoring the common narrative U.S. tribes share with the world’s Indigenous Peoples.
Jenni Monet | Sep 30, 2016
North Dakota’s militarized response to activists opposing the Dakota Access pipeline—and the Standing Rock Sioux’s fierce resolve—reflect the area's particular racial divides.
Jenni Monet | Sep 16, 2016