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‘We’re still here’: Indigenous water protectors call for Enbridge to respect treaty rights

Tribal citizens from Michigan to Siberia marched miles down the streets of Mackinaw City in protest against fossil fuel projects on tribal lands.

Do salmon have rights?

Do salmon have rights?

A legal battle between Seattle and the Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe could test the Rights of Nature movement.
Renegade biologist Alexandra Morton is fighting for the future of wild salmon
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Renegade biologist Alexandra Morton is fighting for the future of wild salmon

‘It's not a great measure of our democracy when occupying a fish farm is what you need to do to make change.’
Deb Haaland becomes first Native American cabinet secretary
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Deb Haaland becomes first Native American cabinet secretary

The Senate confirmed Ms. Haaland to lead the Interior Department. She’ll be charged with essentially reversing the agency’s course over the past four years.
Treaty rights acknowledged for first time in oil pipeline's controversial history

Treaty rights acknowledged for first time in oil pipeline's controversial history

Michigan’s Indigenous communities hold long-standing legal rights to protect lands and waters.
Oil industry’s fight to roll back tribal sovereignty in Oklahoma
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Oil industry’s fight to roll back tribal sovereignty in Oklahoma

Gov. Kevin Stitt’s commission to sort out Oklahoma’s future is stacked with oil and gas insiders — and has no Indigenous voices.
Julian Brave Noisecat: Why Senate Republicans fear Deb Haaland
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Julian Brave Noisecat: Why Senate Republicans fear Deb Haaland

The interior secretary nominee would bring experiences and perspectives that have never found representation in the leadership of the executive branch.
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