Play tackles tribal justice in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and the larger fight to protect indigenous women
Indigenous and Democracy articles on Democracy Chronicles
Efforts to pair the indigenous and democracy are vital. The indigenous of each community, sometimes difficult to define, are identified based on their historical ties to a particular territory and cultural or historical distinctiveness from politically dominant cultures. For example, you can also see our section on Native Americans.
Maskwacis is an impoverished community grappling with addiction, unemployment and suicide
Southeastern Utah’s Bears Ears region has been central to the culture and religion of native tribes
Gorsuch’s record of supporting Native American sovereignty could play a big role in his confirmation
A coalition representing dozens of grassroots groups and labor organizations organized a number of actions in support of labor campaigns, migrant rights, Sanctuary Campus campaigns, and others.
Interior secretary pledges to work with tribes ‘government to government’ in sign of cooperation ahead
Native Americans are being evicted from their tribes, with little warning and little legal recourse
I’ve written many times about the necessity to move from a Death Economy, based on warfare and ravaging the very resources upon which it depends, to a Life Economy, based on cleaning up pollution
With it’s roots firmly grounded in activism, sustainability, agriculture, building networks, spirituality, philosophy and radical pacifism, Arc 38 strives to embody a living experiment in community building
Leftist and environmental groups are backing Native American pipeline opposition movement