Native Americans

Racism and Apathy along the “Highway of Tears”

How long will families be forced to relive the trauma of their loved ones death or disappearance, with empty promises of justice?

An Old New World: When One People’s Sci-Fi Is Another People’s Past

Colonization and marginalization are commonly used as plot points, but for Native Americans these are not fantastical, imagined scenarios. We live them. Read more »

15 Indigenous Feminists to Know, Read, and Listen To

Native American stories and voices have been long ignored by mainstream social culture. Read more »

Missing, Murdered, but Never Forgotten: Violence, Colonialism, and Justice for Indigenous Women

Today, sexual and gendered violence is one of the greatest issues plaguing Indian country.  Read more »

BitchTapes: Decolonize Your Music

Decolonize your playlist. Read more »

BitchReads: 15 Books Feminists Should Read In June

We’re six months into 2018, and the great books just keep coming. Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Twitter's Problems

All misinformation. Read more »

Change Has Come: Paulette Jordan Might Become America’s First Indigenous Governor

Paulette Jordan dishes on protecting the environment, listening to her elders, and making sure rural communities get the resources that they deserve. Read more »

7 Women of Color Activists Who Are Making History

Women of color activists are relying on collaboration as a leadership model for progress. Read more »

Indigenous People Have Already Been Harmed By "America’s Harvest Box"

A lack of nutritious food options has deep impacts on Native American health. Read more »

Opening Wounds: “Heart Berries” Is the Coming of Age Manifesto for Native American Girls

Terese Marie Mailhot is helping American Indian women navigate pain, anger, and mental illness. Read more »

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