Four hundred years after her death, Native American descendants of Pocahontas reflect on a troubled history and legacy.
by James Reinl
US & Canada
by Cajsa Wikstrom
by Tristan Ahtone
by Adam Valen Levinson
Native Americans17 Jan 2017 12:30 GMT
As Standing Rock protests come to an end, Native Americans still face discrimination and racism across the Dakotas.
Human Rights29 Dec 2016 13:07 GMT
Ecuador's Shuar say mining project in Cordillera del Condor threatens their livelihood and encroaches upon their land.
Fault Lines27 Dec 2016 13:20 GMT
An insight into the battle for Native American land rights as protests continue against the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Environment20 Dec 2016 09:26 GMT
As winter rages over the Dakotas and temperatures plummet below freezing, NoDAPL protest movement members hold ground.
Opinion14 Dec 2016 13:05 GMT
Native American issues are only media sexy when natives with painted faces and horses are around.
Environment12 Dec 2016 12:30 GMT
After decades of industrial pollution, the Mohawk nation has succeeded in knocking down the Hogansburg Dam in New York.
The Listening Post11 Dec 2016 12:30 GMT
We examine the issues behind the scant mainstream media coverage of the Standing Rock protest.
The Listening Post10 Dec 2016 13:04 GMT
Despite scant media attention to the protests, Native Americans emerge victorious; plus, Netanyahu, Israel's media man.
Environment06 Dec 2016 15:16 GMT
Some protesters are skeptical of government's decision to refuse permission for controversial oil pipeline project.
05 Dec 2016 21:06 GMT
Celebrations marking the ruling continue as many worry government will overrule the army's decision.
Environment05 Dec 2016 12:25 GMT
Native Americans and activists celebrate the decision to halt plans to construct an oil pipeline through tribal lands.
US & Canada05 Dec 2016 09:35 GMT
Victory for Native Americans and climate activists who had been protesting against the $3.8bn project.
03 Dec 2016 19:54 GMT
Anti-pipeline demonstrators start to erect permanent encampments as war veterans arrive and winter chill starts to bite.
Native Americans30 Nov 2016 09:31 GMT
Rather than implementing a physical road block, officials will fine anyone providing basic supplies to protest camps.
United States28 Nov 2016 11:36 GMT
The US Army Corps of Engineers said those protesting a North Dakota pipeline will not be forcibly removed.
by Tristan Ahtone
by Lauren Carasik
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