The Human Rights You Lose When You Don't Speak English
Does Australia have enough systems in place to ensure social equity for everyone?
The Harrowing Search for Jethro Anderson
‘He’s just out there partying like every other Native kid,’ the cop told her. Then he hung up.
Hellnback’s “Feeling Like” Takes on Colonialism with Indigenous Empowerment
From Wounded Knee to Standing Rock, the emcee's new video warns of "those who try to play us."
Canadians Need to Face Uncomfortable Truths About How We Treat Indigenous People
As we approach Canada 150, it’s time we all get on the same page about this country and its terrible history.
Cities Are Indigenous Land, Too
On answering the question "Where are you from?" as an Anishnaabe born in Toronto.
Here’s What Indigenous Nationhood Could Look Like in Canada—in the Year 2167
Forget European vacations, what about visiting all the countries within this country?
Inside the Fight Against a Mining Development in Oak Flat
The latest episode of ‘RISE’ explores the Apache Stronghold occupation at Oak Flat, Arizona.
Joseph Boyden’s Apology and the Strange History of ‘Pretendians’
Boyden is hardly the first person to be alleged to have faked Indigenous roots for material or spiritual gain.
What Colour Is Your Beadwork, Joseph Boyden?
He’s one of Canada’s biggest literary stars. But who is he really?
I'm Depressed, But Is That Actually a Problem?
Maybe my depression isn't the problem. Maybe it's a collective symptom of being a black person in Australia.
Toronto's Que Rock Is "Completing the Circle" of Teaching Aboriginal Culture
We premiere his new video, "Wounded Knee, Pt. 3" and talk to him about its many messages.
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DJ Shub Is "Indomitable" on His New Song with Northern Cree Singers
The producer's first music video captures the thrill of discovering yourself.