indigenous people

The Oak Flat land in Arizona is holy to the Apaches. A mining company wants to blow a two-mile-wide hole in it.
"You don’t get to culturally misappropriate it for profit," said an angry member of the Maori Council in a video message.
Political leaders mostly say nothing when the president demeans indigenous people.
HuffPost Mexico’s editor-in-chief challenges fans of the actress to consider how they treat historically oppressed people in their own lives.
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.
Authorities in Louisiana have arrested roughly a dozen people under a new law that gives added protection to pipeline companies.
For many indigenous people, Thanksgiving isn’t about breaking bread with colonists. It’s a national day of mourning.
Los Angeles has joined a number of cities renaming the Columbus Day holiday.
The ceremony symbolizes a long-ago union between two indigenous groups.
Starting in the 19th century, roughly 150,000 children were placed in “residential schools” run by Christian churches.