Why Native Americans Could Never Count on Roe
Hyde Amendment restrictions have effectively denied Native people access to abortion services for decades.
Louisiana’s Native Tribes Were Crushed by Hurricane Ida. They Feel Forgotten.
The United Houma Nation and other Native tribes in Louisiana aren’t federally recognized, which cuts them off from help they need after Hurricane Ida.
‘Our Kids Don’t Matter’: Decision to Close Tribe’s School Sparks Outcry
Terrebonne school board has voted to shut down one of the only majority Indigenous schools in Louisiana.
Dozens of Native Americans Could Get Out of Prison Because of This Supreme Court Decision
Danny Turner was a 17-year-old high school student when he was sentenced to life in prison for first-degree murder.
Cleveland Ballclub Will Eventually Get Around to Changing Racist Nickname
Cleveland's major-league baseball team has long acknowledged the racism of its nickname and iconography while being slow to do anything about it.
Centuries Ago, People Tripped Together in Front of This Mesmerizing Cave Art
It's the first clear evidence for the ingestion of hallucinogens at a rock art site.
Chicago Blackhawks Are Banning Headdresses but Keeping the Name
Last year, the American Indian Center of Chicago ended its relationship with the team over its continued use of a real man as its mascot.
How a Pharma Giant Flooded the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation With Opioids
Exclusive data shows drug distributor McKesson supplied the vast majority of painkillers to Native American communities across the U.S. during the opioid epidemic.
Nike Pulls Redskins Merch as Pressure Mounts for Team to Change Its Name
Investors are urging FedEx, Nike, and PepsiCo to cut ties with the Washington NFL team unless it changes its racist name.
Alaska's Remote Tribes Call for Emergency Hunting Permits During the Pandemic
Deer and moose seasons don't start until later this year, but Kake is trying to get the OK for village residents to hunt for their own sustenance now.
The US Has Neglected Indian Country for Years. Now Comes a Pandemic
Historic underfunding and policy loopholes leave Native Americans communities vulnerable without substantial coronavirus relief.
Is Your Halloween Costume Offensive?
We asked six people of color how to avoid ruining Halloween.