作者 Miko Peled
UPPER PENINSULA, MICHIGAN -- (Opinion) “There is no doubt this is the most horrible crime ever committed in the whole history of the world,” wrote Winston Churchill while reading the first detailed account of the Auschwitz concentration camps, according to an
Tribal leaders say Trump’s moves violate centuries-old protection treaties signed by President George Washington, and reaffirmed by the Clinton, George W. Bush and Obama administrations.
The Donald Trump administration has proposed a major change to Native American health program, by dismissing their sovereignty and classifying them as a race, under which the Indigenous communities will be included in Medicaid work rules, a move which could further marginalize them and pose a serious threat to their health access. So far, three
A day seen by many Americans as a day of celebration, a day for family, and a day for giving thanks, is perceived by many Native Americans as a day filled with ignorance, a day filled with anger and a day full of mourning.
While millions of Americans prepare this week to get into the holiday spirit, beginning with Thanksgiving, how many are prepared to view the day through an accurate lens? While to many Americans the holiday serves as a reminder to give thanks, it is seen as a day of mourning by countless others. The truth is: European migrants
The Oregon Department of Transportation took special care not to disturb wetlands that ran along the road and to avoid encroaching on a roadside tattoo parlor, but did not give that same courtesy when razing Native American burial grounds.
作者 Karina Brown
A federal judge seemed skeptical Monday about the government’s argument that it was within its rights to destroy burial grounds and a ceremonial site sacred to members of the Klickitat and Cascade Native American tribes to widen a highway. In 2008, the government widened U.S. Highway 26, which runs from the Pacific Ocean over
Native Americans from around the country are revving up to kick off a four-day demonstration on the steps of Capitol Hill.
(REPORT) --- Native Americans from around the country are revving up to kick off a four-day demonstration on the steps of Capitol Hill, in continued protest against the Trump administration's decision to move forward with the Dakota Access oil pipeline. The demonstration begins Tuesday, with tribal members and supporters
‘We are probably going to have to resist one pipeline at a time for many decades to come, and maybe longer,’ a Cherokee researcher tells MintPress as a Ramapough Lunaape chief says, ‘We need help now.’
NEW YORK --- As completion of the Dakota Access pipeline remains on standby after the Army Corps of Engineers