Who Is a Settler, According to Indigenous and Black Scholars
Descendants of slaves in Canada don't fit into our common definition.
We Met the Oklahoma Tribe Fighting to Stop Big Oil from Polluting Its Land
Jamali Maddix explores how a Native American tribe is battling environmental racism on 'HATE THY NEIGHBOR.'
The Feds In the US Are Attacking a Program That Gives Indigenous People Land
A land trust in Guam set aside for native people is being sued by Trump's Department of Justice because it won't lease to non-natives.
Debra Utacia Krol
Grave Robbers with Far-Right Links Could Be Stealing Ancestral Māori Skulls
Calling bullshit on the self-proclaimed historians behind those "white people got here first" stories.
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.
2016 Rio Olympics
Shooting For Respect: The Indigenous Brazilian Archers Attempting To Become Olympians
An archery program for marginalized native Brazilian youth has been more successful than expected and ultimately could produce the country's first indigenous Olympian.
'Embrace of the Serpent' Is a Violent, Psychedelic, Film About the Colonization of the Amazon
Colombian director Ciro Guerra's critically acclaimed new movie tells the story of the invasion of the sacred jungle from an indigenous perspective.
Authorities' Mistakes Didn’t Stop After Serial Killer Robert Pickton’s Jailing
Stephanie Lane's remains were found on Robert Pickton's farm and her family is still being punished for it.
Is Winnipeg at the Forefront of Canada’s Aboriginal Film Scene?
In just over a year, the Aboriginal Film Collective has more than quadrupled in size as Winnipeg's Aboriginal filmmakers delve into genre and comedy.
Thunder Bay Takes Regina’s Title of Canada’s Murder Capital
While Canada's murder rate is at a five-decade low, a Stats Can report says Aboriginal people are six times more likely to be murdered than the rest of the population.
Here’s Why, as an Indigenous Person, I Voted For Trudeau, and Why I’m Still Worried
The thought of four more years of Harper was like an evil ghost climbing up my asshole and shaking me to the core.
While Mulcair, Trudeau Make Their Pitches to Assembly of First Nations, Conservatives Stay Home
The AFN wants to be a bigger player in this year's federal election, but Stephen Harper's party wasn't listening to that message Tuesday.