Will Global Warming Change Native American Religious Practices?

Indian Country Today, News Report, Posted: Jul 12, 2017

In all these situations, Native American tribes learned to adapt to the challenges placed before them, modify their religious practice and embrace a different relationship with the natural world.

 

Two Centuries Later, We Need Thoreau Now More Than Ever

 

New America Media, Commentary, Hasan Zillur Rahim, Posted: Jul 12, 2017

Henry David Thoreau was born in Concord, Massachusetts two hundred years ago today, and America needs Thoreau now more than ever.

California Salmon and Trout in Peril: Study

 

Indian Country Media, News Report, Posted: Jun 05, 2017

Most of California’s salmon and trout could be gone in coming century if not saved now, study says

 

ETP Spills Two Million Gallons of Drilling Material in Ohio

 

Indian Country Today, News Report, Posted: May 15, 2017

Ohioans are experiencing a little taste of Standing Rock, right at home. Energy Transfer Partners, the Texas company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline.

 

In California, Going to the Beach Can Break the Bank

 

KCET, News Report, Aura Bogado, Posted: May 10, 2017

For many California residents, the cost of a visit to the coast is often more than they can afford.

 

Long Beach Activists Want Cleaner Air. What About the Beach?

 

Long Beach VoiceWaves, News Report, Rudy Cardoso, Posted: Apr 21, 2017

There's a divide in Long Beach between coastal advocates, on the one hand, and environmental justice activists who say they are "fighting to breathe with dignity."

 

Black Surfers Introduce New Generation to California Coast

 

LA Sentinel, News Feature, Charlene Muhammad, Posted: Apr 20, 2017

The Black Surfers Collective hosts surf outings every second Sunday of the month at the Inkwell, a historic beach for Blacks in Santa Monica.

 

Tribal Members in Oklahoma Defeat Natural Gas Pipeline Company

 

Indian Country Today, News Report, Kristi Eaton, Posted: Apr 17, 2017

Federal court orders removal of natural gas pipeline in Oklahoma for trespassing on original Kiowa Indian lands.

 

Older, Wiser and Fighting Climate Change

 

California Health Report/New America Media , News Feature, Matt Perry, Posted: Apr 17, 2017

A common misconception is that elders don’t care about climate change. But gerontologist and grandfather Mick Smyer is among those proving this to be wrong.

 

Violent Eviction of Indigenous Shuar Clears Way for Copper Mine

 

Indian Country, News Report, Barbara Fraser, Posted: Apr 11, 2017

Police and soldiers have violently evicted Shuar families in Ecuador to make way for a Chinese-owned copper mine.

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