Tag: Dakota Access Pipeline
Sarah Sunshine Manning
Oceti Sakowin women have always occupied esteemed roles in their communities, to this day they continue to be committed to their people, the land, their relatives, and traditions.
Native American youth prove they are agents of change with their ideas for social change; some for the environment, others for infrastructure and public health.
Gina Adams latest body of work involves sewing text from Indian treaties onto antique quilts to talk about the ways Indians have been deceived by the U.S.
Oil already flows through the contested Dakota Access Pipeline in Standing Rock, bringing with it environmental impacts, only some of which the Corps has analyzed.
Mary Annette Pember
Female victims and supporters have led the conversation against sexual abuse, now boys who have been victims are using horse therapy to share their trauma.
Tara Houska, a tribal rights attorney and former Native advisor to Bernie Sanders, was named one of Good Housekeeping's Awesome Women of 2017.
Western Shoshones are working collaboratively with Klondex Mines to not damage sacred sites; the mining company recently returned 3,200 acres of land to the tribes.
Pardoning a racist, the search for a missing mother, and a nationally recognized young Navajo poet—all this and more in Indian country August 27.
Energy Transfer Partners is suing Greenpeace, the Red Warrior Camp and other environmental groups for their participation in the Dakota Access Pipeline protests.
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