While there is undoubtedly earnest attempts by a few mainstream media sources to report on American Indian issues adequately, a great deal of these mainstream narratives has only reinforced the perceived realities of American Indian communities.
American Indian Republic sits down for a video interview with Fr. Patrick Twohy, a Jesuit priest who has lived with and served the Native Peoples of the Pacific Northwest for over 40 years.
It is considerably more popular today to share and have Native American ancestry than it was years ago, to feel connected to a group of people indigenous to a continent Americans now call their home.
A review of Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’s 2015 book “An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States”
Examining the controversy of Bear Ears National Monument and land ethics.
A video interview with Puyallup tribal member Patricia Wallace, a vigilant, driven and dedicated activist in the Water Warrior’s Movement.
Eurocentric worldviews often have been used to shape the historicity of Native Americans.
Examining The 2017 Keystone XL Pipeline spill and how the fundamental philosophical differences expressed in the Dakota Access Pipeline protests foreshadowed such dangers.
A video interview with Dakota Case about why the No LNG movement matters.
The historical pathway for the establishment of a Native American month has been a longstanding filled with endurance and advocacy.
Donald Trump’s tumultuous history with American Indian tribes and Indian gaming has been longstanding, hostile and quite vicious.
The Wounded Knee Massacre is often forgotten as the worse mass shooting to take place in the United States.