All posts tagged "indigenous"
The Terrors of the Pygmy People
The Pygmy People of the Congo have suffered systematic racism and violence for several decades. Here is a...
Climate hero of the week: The woman who walked from North Dakota to Washington D.C.
Jasilyn Charger walked by foot from North Dakota to Washington D.C. to bring awareness to the dangers of...
The shocking number of suicides in the Attawapiskat community
You've probably never heard of the town in Canada called Attawapiskat, but the suicide rate is at an...
Indigenous rights defenders: Why is it so dangerous and why do they do it?
The murders of indigenous rights defenders and environmentalists has started to gain worldwide attention, but recognition isn't enough.
Cities thrive on water from reservations while Navajo lack water
While more than a third of Navajo don’t have water in their homes, this resource is redirected for...
Protecting the world’s last indigenous cultures could save life on earth
It is no easy battle protecting the rights of indigenous people living in the untouched areas of the...