Native communities are finally being connected to each other and the world through broadband.
A California Indigenous woman partners with a Smithsonian ethnologist to immortalize her Rumsen people’s stories.
A tribal historic preservation officer talks about his critical but challenging role.
Action is needed to heal government boarding school survivors.
How achieving language justice is an important step toward social justice.
Looking at laws that defend the Indigenous rights of nature.
“Molly of Denali” writer Vera Starbard (Tlingit/Dena’ina) talks about the importance of distinguishing cultural appreciation from appropriation.
Secretary of Interior Deb Haaland speaks about the need to have Native voices in the highest U.S. government decision-making offices.
The Plague Apocalypse Is Us: After First Contact, Societal Collapse May Have Been Deadlier than the Microbes
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, scholars question whether the human factor was deadlier than the actual disease in the historic epidemics that depopulated the Indigenous Western Hemisphere.
Looking at the multiple layers of New York’s long history.