Jenni Monet: Indian Country's ANWR (August 24, 2020)

Almost 20 years ago, Tara Sweeney came to Washington to lobby for drilling on her people's homelands. Her efforts have been rewarded by the Trump administration.

Chuck Hoskin: Commemorating a tumultuous and resolute first year in office (August 24, 2020)

It is a tremendous responsibility to lead the largest tribal government in the country, but together, we are working to make Cherokee communities, families and culture stronger.

New Mexico In Depth: Hospital violated rights of Native mothers amid COVID-19 (August 24, 2020)

A prominent women’s hospital violated patients’ rights by singling out pregnant Native American women for COVID-19 testing and separating them from their newborns without adequate consent, according to a federal investigation.

Statues topple and a Catholic church burns as California reckons with its Spanish colonial past (August 24, 2020)

For some, Junipero Serra is a saint – literally: He was canonized by the Catholic Church in 2015. For others, he represents genocide.

‘Keeping the culture alive’: Native dance goes digital during pandemic (August 24, 2020)

Singing, dancing, socializing, sharing food – the elements that make powwows an essential part of preserving Native cultures are the same ones that make them a coronavirus risk.

'No amount of money is ever going to bring him back': City settles lawsuit for death of Native man beaten by police officers (August 24, 2020)

Zachary Bear Heels, Lakota and Kiowa, died after being shocked 12 times and punched 13 times in the head by police officers in Nebraska.