Decolonizing Thought

Restorative Justice for the Disappearance and Murder of Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada

The Government in Canada has embarked on a path of no return, exemplary, hard, full of regret, but a symbol of hope, even for all humanity. Institutionally, a truth commission was created to carry out...

Osh-Tisch, (picture Indian Country Today)

Two Spirits, One Heart, Five Genders

SOURCE: Indian Country Today. Indian Country Today is a daily digital news platform and nonprofit organization that covers the Indigenous world, including American Indians and Alaska Natives. This sto...

February 1, 2017, eviction of Last Child Camp at Standing Rock, ND (photo: Ryan Vizzions Standing Rock Rising)

ICHR to Hold Hearing on Suppression of Indigenous Resistance to Extractive Industries – Requested by over 70 organizations from Canada, Mexico & the US

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) recently announced that it will conduct a hearing on the Suppression of Indigenous Resistance to Extractive Industries in North America. The heari...

Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack of Settler Privilege

November is Native American Heritage Month when we as American Indian people get to have the mic for a little while. So, I’d like to take my turn at the virtual mic to talk about settler privilege, so...

Language, Our Roots, and Justice

During most of the 20th century, national states in the US continent, almost without exception, developed policies of forced assimilation of Native peoples. The “democratic” obsession with...

The Red Road: Documenting the Lives of Northern Tribes

Two friends with a love for storytelling (Danielle SeeWalker from the Sioux tribe) and documenting life experiences in pictures (Carlotta Cardana), came together to capture the lives of Northern Tribe...

68 Voces

68 Voices, 68 Hearts: “No one can love what they don’t know”

From Mexico, a series of indigenous animated stories narrated in their native languages.

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