Nick Estes, a citizen of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, is an assistant professor of American studies at the University of New Mexico.
Climate CrimesIndigenous People Are Already Working “Green Jobs” — but They’re Unrecognized and Unpaid
From Standing Rock to the Unist’ot’en Camp, land defense and water protection are necessary for the continuation of life on a planet teetering on collapse.
VoicesPortraying the MAGA Teens as Victims Is an Extension of Native American Erasure
The media flipped the narrative, turning the Covington Catholic MAGA teens into victims and erasing the hope of the Indigenous Peoples March.
VoicesNative American Sovereignty Is Under Attack. Here’s How Elizabeth Warren’s DNA Test Hurt Our Struggle.
Elizabeth Warren took the bait on Donald Trump’s racist “Pocahontas” DNA challenge. Her reaction hurt more than she might realize.
An Untold Number of Indigenous Children Disappeared at U.S. Boarding Schools. Tribal Nations Are Raising the Stakes in Search of Answers.
Tribal nations have turned to the U.N. in an effort to obtain a full accounting of those who went missing at schools like the Carlisle Indian School.