We’ve been bringing you a series of short stories from the Indigenous community in Yellowknife, Canada exploring alcohol use, addiction, resilience and healing. The “Turning Points'' project, from the Global Reporting Center, is a series produced, directed and authored by…
By Catherine Lafferty, Global Reporting Center
Tribes across the U.S. have turned to social media and the internet as leaders worry about COVID-19’s threat to their culture and elders.
By Sara Reardon, Kaiser Health News
Native Americans celebrated as Joe Biden revoked a pipeline permit and halted border wall construction on his first day as president.
By Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press
President-elect Joe Biden is nominating Representative Deb Haaland to lead the Department of Interior. If confirmed, she would become the first Native American to lead the agency, which is responsible for public lands, including land taken from Indigenous people. Julian…
By PBS NewsHour
By Devin Hinchey
NewsHour Weekend has been bringing you personal stories from members of Indigenous communities in Canada’s Northwest Territory of Yellowknife--this week, we hear from Devin Hinchey, who is Métis, or of mixed Indigenous and European ancestry, as he shares his journey…
By Louise Beaulieu
We continue our series, ‘Turning Points’: stories produced, directed and told by indigenous people from Yellowknife in Canada’s Northwest Territories, part of an empowerment journalism project in partnership with the Global Reporting Center. Tonight, we hear from Louise Beaulieu, who…
By Chief Ernest Betsina
Alcohol abuse is a serious public health issue in indigenous communities in the Canadian arctic, but it’s a difficult topic to address. For the next several weeks, we’ll bring you the stories from Yellowknife in Canada’s Northwest Territories — stories…
By Eraldo Peres, Associated Press
Increasing encroachment by illegal loggers and miners on Tembé territory and lax enforcement during President Jair Bolsonaro's administration has prompted their villages to take matters into their own hands.
By Associated Press
Chief Raoni Metuktire, an Indigenous leader who became a symbol of the fight for the preservation of the Amazon forest in Brazil, has been hospitalized with symptoms of pneumonia and tested positive for the new coronavirus.
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