A South Dakota Story: Andrew Jackson, Indian Killer

South Dakota is known for lots of things, but its history as a killing ground for past presidents is how some know it best.

The Lobster Attacks Striking at Canada’s Friendly Image

A new fishery set up by the Mi’kmaq First Nation has sparked violence against Canada's Indigenous people, lifting the lid on a darker side to the country otherwise seen as universally friendly.

Reviving an Indigenous Tradition: Face Tattoos

Heidi Lucero is preserving the culture of forgotten indigenous groups in California, through markers that are impossible to ignore.

Brazil’s Big Agricultural Strategy: Pesticides

The South American nation is bucking the global trend.


Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

How New Indigenous Languages Are Changing Australia

The surprising emergence of these languages comes as the traditional ones spoken by Australia's indigenous people are rapidly dying out.

Can Ecuador’s Native Communities Survive an Oil Rush?

Oil could have helped secure the future of Ecuador’s indigenous communities.

She’s Breathing New Life Into Mexican Folk Music

Tuba player Mitzy Dávalos is getting city dwellers to dance to a new — yet old — kind of music.

Can Native Communities Save the Planet With Protests and the Pope?

Indigenous communities are demanding that their environmental concerns be heard.

The Influential First Nations Newspaper Launched With $150

Maisie Hurley elevated oppressed voices way back in 1946.

Suffered a Trauma? This Shaman Says You Should Make a Move

Ya’Acov Darling Khan wants patients to get in touch with their bodies through dance, rather than retreat inside their heads.


The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

Unapologetic: Making Music With Tony the Two Spirit Native American

Tony Enos, an “urban Indian,” uses music melded with gender queerness to carry on Native American tradition in style.

This Ancient Wisdom Might Be Just What You Need to Hear Right Now

The traditional Maori proverb Ka mua, Ka muri is so relevant to our lives today.

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