Unthanksgiving Day: A celebration of Indigenous resistance to colonialism

BY: - November 23, 2023

the Indigenous People’s Thanksgiving Sunrise Ceremony, an annual celebration that spotlights 500 years of Native resistance to colonialism in what was dubbed the “New World.” Held on the traditional lands of the Ohlone people, the gathering is a call for remembrance and for future action for Indigenous people and their allies.


National Day of Mourning: The suppressed speech of Wamsutta (Frank B.) James, Wampanoag

BY: - November 24, 2022

For indigenous Americans, Thanksgiving is not a day of celebration. This is what they lost.


A reminder for your holiday table: Thanksgiving celebrates a racist genocide | Michael Coard

BY: - November 22, 2022

The tragic residue of the horrific plight that began 401 years ago continues to exist in 2022.

Myaamia Heritage Program students get a lesson from Daryl Baldwin, executive director of the Myaamia Center at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio (Scott Kissell, Miami University, CC BY-ND).

How efforts to recover Indigenous languages also revitalize culture, history and identity | Opinion

BY: - October 10, 2022

When we empower our cultural selves through speaking our languages, we begin to undo the damage caused by years of cultural and linguistic oppression.

A spiking thermometer against a bright sky and hot sun

Department of Interior announces funding opportunity for tribal communities to address climate change

BY: - April 20, 2022

By Shondiin Silversmith Tribal nations across the country have the opportunity to receive funding to address the unique impacts climate change has within their communities. “As the effects of climate change continue to intensify, Indigenous communities are facing unique climate-related challenges that pose existential threats to Tribal economies, infrastructure, lives, and livelihoods,” Interior Secretary Deb […]