Stephanie Woodard is an award-win­ning jour­nal­ist who has writ­ten inves­tiga­tive arti­cles for In These Times. Her new book is Amer­i­can Apartheid: The Native Amer­i­can Strug­gle for Self-Deter­mi­na­tion and Inclu­sion.
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Bringing Back the Buffalo Was Always Important to the Rosebud Sioux. The Pandemic Made It Urgent
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Sioux Tribes Are Protecting Their People from Pandemic. The Governor Is Trying to Stop Them
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‘To Preserve the Future of Our Past’: Tribes Work for World Heritage Designation of Ohio Earthworks
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At First-Ever Native American Presidential Forum, Candidates Answer to Centuries of Injustice
With Indian country’s electoral power growing, presidential hopefuls pledged to honor treaties and enact structural change.
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Removing the Stain of Wounded Knee:  Members of Congress Move to Rescind Medals of Honor
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Native Americans Take Power
The new wave of indigenous elected officials.
Feature
Native Americans Scored Big Election Wins in Washington State and Beyond
On Tuesday, Puyallup tribe members celebrated a landmark police accountability initiative, as well as Native victories nationwide.
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Digital Smoke Signals in the 2018 Midterms
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20,000 Native Voters for North Dakota?
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Court Backs Navajo Candidate, Blasts Utah County
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Navajo Candidate Kicked Off Utah Ballot Files Suit
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Plant a Tree: A Native Community Takes a Step to Reverse Climate Change
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Warnings from First Americans: Insidious Changes Are Underway that Will Affect Us All
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Civil-Rights Complaint Details Horrific—Even Deadly—Discrimination Against Native Kids
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Reprieve for an Ancient Site: A Mining Company and a Tribe Find a Way to Work Together
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Building on Standing Rock, Native Americans Lead the Way at the People’s Climate March in D.C.
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Voices from the Movement for Native Lives
Advocates talk about the country's "silent, comfortable genocide."
InvestigationGoodman Institute
Native Americans Are Being Killed by Police at a Higher Rate Than Any Other Group
These deaths are rarely covered in the media, but now, Native groups are organizing for justice in a growing Native Lives Matter movement.
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How the U.S. Government Is Helping Corporations Plunder Native Land
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is charged with protecting Native interests. Instead, it's letting corporations grab their land for pennies.
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Return to Sender: Navajo Voters Reject Mail-in Voting
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Native American Graphic Novel Selected As Among Year’s Best
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Eve of Destruction: Bureau of Land Management Sacrifices Native Site to Mining Group
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Going Postal: How All-Mail Voting Thwarts Navajo Voters
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In Rare Move, the Justice Department Drafts a Bill of Its Own—To Ensure Native Voting Rights
InvestigationGoodman Institute
The Missing Native Vote
Nearly 50 years after the Voting Rights Act, American Indians still don't have equal access to the ballot box.