Do we truly believe that "injustice anywhere is a threat to everywhere," regardless of how homely and plain the injustice? News is sinking in about the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's victory over the formidable forces of capitalism (the Dakota Access Pipeline): the U.S.
by Rafaella Gunz The Dakota Access Pipeline protests at Standing Rock have been going on for months, but are only just starting to get mainstream media attention. Unfortunately, that’s partly because a white woman -- not the Native tribes who started the protests --
Traditionally we have been taught that Thanksgiving is a holiday about sharing, gratitude and cross-cultural communion. That’s the story of the Pilgrims and Native Americans, right? In 1621, the Wampanoag Indians, like Squanto, helped the Pilgrims learn how to survive
When the news surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) broke last month, it seemed everyone wanted to write about it. News spread faster than most stories about grassroots actions -- and then seemed to fizzle out. Where has all the coverage
The battle to block the Dakota Access Pipeline was launched by Native Women. by Jen Deerinwater Sixty percent of the adult human body is made of water. Seventy-five to 80 percent of an infant's body is made of water. Without clean water,