Only 8 People in This Indigenous Tribe Still Speak Their Native Language. The Amazon Fires May Wipe It Out Completely.
Indigenous leaders have said there is a “physical, environmental, and cultural genocide” in the Amazon.
These Photos Celebrate the Strength and Endurance of Indigenous Women
Liliana Merizalde's photographic series "Inner Disruptions" uses prosthetics to communicate the life experiences of Indigenous Colombians.
The Indigenous Rights Leader Fighting Back After Her Mother's Assassination
Honduran environmentalist and activist Berta Cáceres was killed in 2016. Her daughter Bertha Zúniga is picking up her mantle through her work for the indigenous Lenca community.
For Native Americans, Fall Can Be a Painful Reminder of the Past and Struggles of Today
Fall traditions like Columbus Day, headdress Halloween costumes, and sports mascots like the Redskins can bring out strong feelings, and harsh reminders.
'This Is My Land': The Indigenous Women Chiefs Protecting the Amazon
For decades, Brazil's Kayapo tribe has battled deforestation of their home. Now women are at the frontlines of the fight to save the rainforest.
How Indigenous Millennials Are Using Tech to Save Their Dying Languages
Decades of oppression and forced assimilation have led to the steep decline of Indigenous languages. Now tech-savvy young people are fighting to preserve their culture.