Fires, Drought, Melting Glaciers: Tribal Climate Experts Hope We Haven’t Passed the Tipping Point
 

Fires, Drought, Melting Glaciers: Tribal Climate Experts Hope We Haven’t Passed the Tipping Point

Indian Country News, Commentary, Richard Walker, Posted: Aug 25, 2015

Mother Earth is teaching a lesson. The message: We have to change the way we live, the way we use the land and waters.

 

Navajo Nation President to Decide On Opening San Juan Canals

 

Navajo Nation, News Report, Cindy Yurth, Posted: Aug 24, 2015

President Russell Begaye Friday morning was tracing the route of the Aug. 5 Gold King Mine waste spill with members of the Navajo Nation Council and a medicine man, blessing the rivers and trying to decide whether to open the San Juan River to irrigation.

 

La Opinión: DACA Is Good for Everybody

 

La Opinión, Editorial, Posted: Aug 19, 2015

But editors of La Opinión write that the program's third anniversary is also bittersweet.

 

Manning: Circle Bear Autopsy Report Released, and The Questions We Must Now Ask

 

Indian Country News, News Report, Sarah Sunshine Manning, Posted: Aug 19, 2015

Following news that Sarah Lee Circle Bear died of a meth overdose, Sarah Sunshine Manning reports that, yes, people can survive a meth overdose if quick action is taken.

 

Rescued Chibok Girls From Boko Haram Use GoFundMe.com

 

Washington Informer, News Report, Freddie Allen, Special to The Informer via NNPA, Posted: Aug 19, 2015

This month, teenagers across the nation prepare to make the transition from high school to college and at least two of the survivors of the Boko Haram mass kidnapping in Chibok, Nigeria last year could be joining them.

 

Hillary Clinton Proposes $350-B Plan to End College Debt

 

Asian Journal, News Report, Allyson Escobar, Posted: Aug 12, 2015

Americans now shoulder $1.2 trillion in student loan debt, a rate that has tripled over the past decade, according to studies.

 

Citizens Outraged as the Deaths of Black Women Soar

 

Washington Informer, News Feature, Kia Croom , Posted: Aug 11, 2015

Amid the bustling streets of Washington, D.C., in the midst of Monday morning traffic, a growing body of protesters could be heard for blocks.

 

Battered and Bruised, Green Campaigners in Hanoi Fight On

 

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Staff, Posted: Aug 10, 2015

Dinh Thi Phuong Thao alarmed her college professors and administrators by doing the unthinkable – joining a campaign that challenges the authority of the local Communist authorities.

 

Put Your Phone Away: It’s Time to Power Play

 

New America Media, News Report, Julia Cherner, Posted: Aug 07, 2015

A physical activity program keeps kids from sedentary activities like sitting in front of computers.

 

Will the Real Bobby Jindal Please Stand Up?

 

India Currents, Commentary, Sarita Sarvate, Posted: Aug 06, 2015

Bobby Jindal is God’s gift to American comedians. Even so, the things he has said should make us feel embarrassed and worried.

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