In a country of this size and diversity, it makes little sense to cling to statues that honor only a few, including historical figures unworthy of such acclaim.
Horse sanctuaries along the Native American Horse Trail are working to save America’s last Indigenous horses and rewrite official histories that claim they don’t exist.
Staying connected to community, caring for the most vulnerable, and finding joy should all be a priority right now.
From smartphone apps to web tools, tribal members are using tech to document and practice their native languages.
Our decolonial work involves supporting the collective over our own ego and honoring the interdependence of all beings.
Hopi leaders are restoring food sovereignty for the tribe’s 2,500-square-mile reservation—which has only two grocery stores.
By protesting the Coastal GasLink Pipeline and blocking Canadian railways, the Wet'suwet'en resistance camp is asserting the rights of First Nations.
How do you support people forever attached to a landscape after an inferno tears through their homelands: decimating native food sources, burning through ancient scarred trees, and destroying ancestral and totemic plants
Cultural burning is proactive, while Western-style controlled burning, also called hazard reduction burning, is reactive.
“Our seeds are more than just food for us. Yes, they are nutrition. But they’re also… spirituality,” says Electa Hare-RedCorn, a member of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma and a
In light of important midterm election wins, two Native journalists revisit the influence of Indigenous peoples on democracy through the ages.