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People’s World: Film shares story of theft of Black Hills from Lakota Nation (September 26, 2023)In the U.S. government’s long record of broken treaties, land theft, and genocide, the taking of the Black Hills ranks as one of the most disgraceful examples of imperial aggression.
People’s World: Fearless warrior Joye Braun walks on (January 11, 2023)A dauntless advocate of Indigenous justice walked on with the passing of indomitable Water Protector and fearless Warrior Joye Braun.
Albert Bender: Genocide of Indian nations at the U.S. Supreme Court (November 28, 2022)A case before the United States Supreme Court could resume the genocide of tribal nations.
People’s World: Cherokee Indian Fair returns after COVID-19 hiatus (November 3, 2022)The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians held its 110th Cherokee Indian Fair after two years of cancellations due to the pandemic.
People’s World: Tribal site continues to inspire and educate (April 14, 2022)Great cities abounded in ancient Native America, including the Spiro Mounds in eastern Oklahoma.
People’s World: Native community stands up to big developers (March 10, 2022)For several months, the Native community and allies have been conducting a campaign to slow down the development of the East Bank of the Cumberland River that flows through Nashville.
People’s World: LandBack movement gathers momentum around the globe (January 27, 2022)As the political landscape changes, the LandBack movement gathers momentum as never before.
People’s World: Indian rights activist Clyde Bellecourt passes on (January 20, 2022)Clyde Bellecourt was a founder of the American Indian Movement. He passed away at the age of 85.
Albert Bender: Decolonization during the holiday season (January 4, 2022)Let’s give due reverence to the United American Indians of New England who since 1970 have held a “National Day of Mourning” to honor Native resilience.
People’s World: Mapuche people targeted by military on their own lands (November 19, 2021)The Mapuche people continue to struggle peacefully for their rights and the recovery of their ancestral land in the face of increased repression.
People’s World: Installation commemorates peace treaty signed in 1843 (September 28, 2021)The Treaty of Bird’s Fort was the result of years of conflict and bloodshed between Native nations and the onrushing tide of settlers who later called themselves Texans.
Albert Bender: Indigenous justice is now at hand in Bolivia (April 12, 2021)This is a tale of two countries—Bolivia and the United States. Only one nation is pursuing justice against a corrupt leader.
Albert Bender: Deb Haaland makes history in nation’s capital (March 30, 2021)The Department of the Interior under Secretary Deb Haaland is getting off to a great start.
People’s World: Another Indigenous woman’s murder still unsolved (October 19, 2020)Angela McConnell, Hoopa and Mojave, was murdered two years ago. Authorities have yet to resolve her case.
People’s World: Northern Arapaho Tribe calls out COVID-19 racism (September 29, 2020)A hotbed of controversy is raging about the treatment of citizens of the Northern Arapaho Tribe by a local hospital and inflammatory statements made by a Republican county official.
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