By Jenni MonetThe Cherokee Nation, in accepting a court ruling on the Freedmen, honors a treaty and starts a new chapter, moving beyond a centuries-old slave narrative.
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By Jenni MonetThere was nothing special about the lobby of the Parque Central Hotel, but I returned there nonetheless the night I realized I was dead broke in Havana, Cuba. I had landed in the capital city 30 hours earlier with exactly one U.S. dollar in my wallet. My plan to...
By Jenni MonetArrested while covering the Dakota Access Pipeline protest at Standing Rock, journalist Jenni Monet spent the night of February 1 locked up in Morton County.
By Jenni MonetBright lights shone down on a trail of even brighter duct tape that secured a long cable to the floor. The line led to a special audio outlet that would be linked to cameras propped up on tripods. The cameras would later be used to stream Facebook Live on...
By Jenni MonetReflecting on 10 years of UNDRIP at the 16th session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples, from April 24 through May 5, 2017.
By Jenni MonetAs authorities intensify efforts to get water protectors to vacate the camps that lie in a flood plain, some NoDAPL resist.
By Jenni MonetJournalist Jenni Monet recounts her arrest while on assignment covering the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) for ICMN, and corrects the factual record.
By Jenni MonetTwo Congressmen announce DAPL is moving forward as Acting Army Secretary recommends easement; Standing Rock says it hasn't happened yet.