In April of 2017, I launched a campaign – to what I told many people, “a campaign far bigger than myself.” It was a chance to make a difference not only in […]
There is a very fine line between honoring indigenous peoples and turning them into a caricature, people that are pro-use of indigenous imagery must understand that. […]
Mt. Edgecumbe High School (MEHS) is now a state-run boarding school established by the Bureau of Indian Affairs in 1947, after the United States government abandoned the facilities post-World War II.
Alaskan Natives and Native Americans have never been worthy of equal treatment, instead being seeing as less than or inhuman. This dehumanizing treatment has been shown through the interactions Native people had […]
In September of 2016, indigenous groups and their allies across the Americas, Canada, and Mexico banded together to protect culture, treaties, and most of all water. “Mni Wiconi, Water is Life” they […]
America was founded on the genocide of Native Americans that continues to this day through the form of a blood count. As an Indigenous infant enters this society, they are born into a fraction handed down by their parents. If both parents are from the same tribe, they remain whole. If the parents are from different tribes, they are mixed. If one parent is non-native, a child has lost a significant amount of their ‘authenticity’ as a tribal member. […]
Petition to Local Governments to take the lead on Indigenous Recognition & Reconciliation. Petition calls for local government to Cancel observation of Columbus Day and acknowledge the first monday in October as […]
Alaska Native villages at risk of losing homes to rising sea levels, erosion, and thawing permafrost.
Climate-deniers say warming is a natural process, something that humans have no part in, but there is no doubt within the scientific community that the increased use of dirty fuel sources has indeed contributed to warmer temperatures. Data doesn’t lie. […]