News comes after hundreds of unmarked graves were discovered this year at former residential school sites in Canada.
In 1918, a US forest ranger suggested shooting people who started fires. Now, a new law affirms a right to ‘good fire’.
More than 80 percent of Indigenous women in the United States have experienced violence in their lifetime.
Officials who say they did not know about abuses at residential schools are ‘not being truthful’, says Murray Sinclair.
Amid pesticide contamination and land evictions, tribal leaders say their villages in Paraguay are at a crisis point.
For decades, Indigenous women and girls have been being murdered in British Columbia. These are some of their stories.
In Wet’suwet’en territory, Indigenous land defenders and their supporters say they are fighting for future generations.
Wampanoag community is telling its Thanksgiving story as nationwide push to recognise Indigenous history in US grows.
Fault Lines on the consequences of a century-long US policy designed to dispossess Indigenous children of their culture.
TC Energy invokes NAFTA process to seek ‘lost investment’ in contentious pipeline nixed by Joe Biden earlier this year.
Indigenous survivors of Canada’s residential schools tell the stories of those who never made it out.
Jennie was walking home from school when two men pulled over and shouted that they ‘should teach her a lesson’.
“The goal was to kill the Indian in the child.”
A teen rapper in Chile joins a festival in Mapuche territory to connect with her native roots and highlight injustice.