After activists contested the sale of Indigenous ceremonial items in Calgary from the collection of a late German trick roper, the items were abruptly removed and repatriated to Siksika Nation.
Indigenous communities from the U.S. to Australia to Brazil have taken matters into their own hands—even closing their borders and implementing curfews—to protect themselves.
Your guide to “rule of law,” “land defenders,” and the 1997 Supreme Court decision underpinning Canada’s biggest news story.
Five days and 28 arrests later, the police force said it will continue monitoring the area.
Autumn Peltier is 15, Indigenous, and fighting for everyone around the world to have clean drinking water.
In the 20th century, the U.S. and Canada carried out a quiet genocide against Indigenous women through coerced sterilization. In 2019, it’s still happening.
“I’m trans and I’m First Nations. Statistically, I should be dead. It makes me sad.”
The apprehension was live-streamed by a relative of the First Nations woman. More than 90 percent of children apprehended in Manitoba are Indigenous.
Photographer Pat Kane’s ‘Offgrid’ series about shack-dwellers and houseboaters needs to be seen.
Indigenous tribes from Siberia and the Pacific Northwest gathered this summer to strategize their survival in the rapidly warming Arctic.