Providing Native Americans with even basic health care has been an ongoing struggle between the federal government and sovereign tribes since the treaty times.
The main contributing factors surrounding nutritional deficiency within Native American communities consist of extreme poverty, lack of natural resource conservation, and insufficient health education.
A STEM Conversation with a NASA JPL Mechanical Engineer. “I am an engineer, but I am indigenous first.”
Examining the controversy surrounding the Bears Ears National Monument and Native lands.
Examining the issue of missing American Indian women throughout 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.