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Chef Andrea Murdoch was born in Venezuela to an Indigenous Andean family. However, she spent her childhood with her adopted family in suburban Ohio, where her culture and identity always felt elusive to her. After a traumatic divorce left her with PTSD, Murdoch found healing in cooking Native and Indigenous foods, using it as a way to connect to her heritage.
While other women are being heard in the Me Too era, native women are quietly going missing in life, in the media and in the data.
Kelli Barrett contributed to this story, which also appears on Ecosystem Marketplace. The indigenous communities of ACR were
These water protectors want to do more than just stop the pipeline threatening their own land, because they understand that, "We have alternatives to oil, no question. We do not have any alternatives to water."
These water protectors want to do more than just stop the pipeline threatening their own land, because they understand that, "We have alternatives to oil, no question. We do not have any alternatives to water."
Meet some of the teenagers and 20-somethings who left their lives around the U.S. to join the #NoDAPL movement in Standing Rock.
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"It's like me and my sisters going to the Vatican and saying we want to put a waste dump right under the pillar where they say St. Peter is buried."
There's no doubt what's causing this: crazy rainfall like this comes when you've heated the atmosphere, allowing it to hold more water vapor. And there's no doubt what's heating the atmosphere: it's the carbon and methane we're pouring into the atmosphere at such a breakneck pace.
"Don't further destroy the last remaining natural places. We need to bring nature back into the city. Advocate for native