Transboundary Mining and the Return of the Cape Fox Shaman by Frank Hopper

When Junak, the Cape Fox shaman, returned to Duke Island in 2005, she flew over territory her people had lived in for thousands of years. The land below near the mouth of the Unuk River in southeast Alaska, which is thought to be named after her, was still just as beautiful and pristine as when […] … Continue reading Transboundary Mining and the Return of the Cape Fox Shaman by Frank Hopper

Trump’s War on Native America: Proposed 2019 Budget to Eliminate Tribal Programs

During the first week of his presidency, Donald Trump signed an executive order calling for both the finishing of the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline and green-lighting the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, both of which had been strongly opposed by Tribal and 1st Nations. It was perhaps a signal from the Trump […] … Continue reading Trump’s War on Native America: Proposed 2019 Budget to Eliminate Tribal Programs

Native Heartbeats Creates Personalized Novelties With an Indigenous Twist by Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News

Three short years ago, young Tulalip tribal member Mackenzie Parks found herself in an auspicious situation while at a trade show in Los Angeles. Her eyes fell onto a laser-engraving machine, used to customize jewelry with personal messages. via Native Heartbeats Creates Personalized Novelties With an Indigenous Twist by Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News — LRInspire

Indigenous people lead global divestment protest of Equator Principles Meeting

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Kill the Funding, Kill the Pipeline, Divest the Globe by Matt Remle