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Smithsonian island outpost reeling from sexual-misconduct claims

Smithsonian island outpost reeling from sexual-misconduct claims

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“Respect Us, or Expect Us”: Indigenous women continue to fight against Pipeline 3

Resistance efforts, largely led by Indigenous women and two-spirit individuals, have been fighting the tar sands pipeline for the last seven years. And many are looking to hold President Joe Biden accountable for promises made and broken.

The Keystone XL pipeline is dead. Now what?
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The Keystone XL pipeline is dead. Now what?

The Keystone XL may never move any oil, but its impact will still linger in the form of the pipes, worker camps, and other assets stranded along its 1,200-mile path.
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Yukon First Nations leaders fear mine will increase violence against women in ‘land of the caribou’

Assessment board says Kudz Ze Kayah mine will significantly harm water resources, traditional lands and human health and safety.

Greta Thunberg says climate change critics are ‘desperate’ after using sexually graphic image of her
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Greta Thunberg says climate change critics are ‘desperate’ after using sexually graphic image of her

Teen activist Greta Thunberg said Saturday that local weather improve critics are getting “desperate" right after a cartoon depicting her being sexually assaulted was printed on bumper stickers in Canada.

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