Don’t Call Me Resilient is a provocative podcast about race that goes in search of solutions for those things no one should have to be resilient for.
Historical photographs of bison extermination are a window into a history of relationships between humans, bison and the environment.
For centuries Native Americans intercropped corn, beans and squash because the plants thrived together. A new initiative is measuring health and social benefits from reuniting the "three sisters."
Five centuries before Columbus arrived, migrants were spreading across North America, carrying their culture with them and mixing with those they encountered in new places.
A new plan targets areas around the world that can store carbon and protect large numbers of species. It calls for preserving these lands, working with Indigenous peoples and connecting wild areas.
The US has a long history of forced sterilization campaigns that were driven by the bogus 'science' of eugenics, racism and sexism.
After 75 years, Indigenous Peoples in Indonesia is still fighting for their existence to be equal in the Republic of Indonesia.
Alexander Hamilton's commitment to a well-funded national army and his support for territorial expansion had grave repercussions for the Indigenous Nations west of the Appalachians.
The pandemic's mental health toll is not distributed equally. Its impact is disproportionately felt by racialized groups, Indigenous Peoples, people with disabilities and those experiencing poverty.
Instead of building new jails, we must focus our efforts on reshaping a post-pandemic society free of the challenges that led to an Indigenous man's recent death.
The long history of celebrating Christopher Columbus discovering America is being challenged by indigenous voices and perspectives.
Traditional ecological knowledge of Indigenous peoples offers ways to adapt to climate impacts.
Canada's public health-care system is one of the most well-developed in the world. And yet, many remote Indigenous communities are still not getting what they need.
There are telling parallels between the current pandemic and those that decimated indigenous populations in the post-Columbian era in the Amazon.
Ferdinand Magellan coined the fantasy-inspired term "Patagonians" to describe the indigenous peoples he met. It gave rise to the region's name.
The right strategies, using agrarian or adat justice, can settle conflicts in favour of local people and indigenous peoples.
Native Brazilians are among the Amazon's most effective defenders against logging and mining, because they're fighting not just for the environment but for their people's very survival.
A new study revealed that indigenous territories store more than half the carbon in the Amazon forest.
The RCMP have long been responsible for violence against Indigenous people.
The mainstream news media has been biased in its reporting and portrayal of Indigenous Peoples on stories about renewable energy projects. What and how can they do better?