Tag: Water Protectors
Canada’s decision to walk away from the Indian Act could be an opportunity for First Nations
Lawrence O’Donnell says goodbye to Native intern on camera, while President Trump plays agitator-in-chief on Twitter.
Even though the American Indian Community House lost its funding from the Indian Health Service, the non-profit organization continues providing services.
The strength of Haudenosaunee women on history can be seen from the battlefields to the women’s rights movement and as recent as Standing Rock.
Billy Mills and the spirituality of running, Obama hugs a Native baby, and more in Indian country during The Week That Was, July 16, 2017.
The progressive Wallace Global Fund bestowed its first Henry A. Wallace Award, plus $250,000, to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe for courage under DAPL fire.
Canada 150 is no cause for celebration for Indigenous Peoples; Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he doesn't blame them.
The Intercept's surveillance reports are not surprising, but it won't stop the Red Warrior Camp from fighting to protect water for all, the group says in a statement.
Chief Arvol Looking Horse
It is more important than ever to pray for and protect the sacred that is Mother Earth, says Chief Arvol Looking Horse.
The June-July 2017 edition of Indian Country Media Network’s new bimonthly magazine, Indian Country, is now available in its online and iPad formats.
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