An Afternoon with Winona LaDuke
by Globalist Staff
“In our Anishinaabe prophecies this is called the time of the Seventh Fire. This is a time when our people will have two roads ahead of us – one miikina, or path, which is well-worn – but scorched – and another path which is green. It will be our choice upon which path to embark. […]
Feb 20, 2018
Songs of celebration herald Seattle’s fourth annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day
by Taylor McAvoy
It's the fourth Indigenous Peoples' Day since the city of Seattle officially changed the Columbus Day holiday to a day honoring Native Americans.
Oct 17, 2017
Political support grows for Renton grandmother-turned-militia-leader held in Mexico
by Kamna Shastri
After almost a year in a Mexican prison, a wave of political pressure is gathering for the release of Renton resident Nestora Salgado. “We must shame the Mexican government into doing the right thing,” Congressman Adam Smith said in a press conference held at Seattle University on Monday. Salgado is a naturalized citizen and U.S. passport holder who moved […]
Jun 19, 2014
Idle No More: Indigenous rights go global
by Sarah Stuteville
Lane Stevens lives up a steep, potholed alleyway in a house perched above the gray expanse of Tulalip Bay. It’s a far cry from the big-city music studios he once knew. But it’s where he feels at home — where he says he can breathe freely.
Feb 1, 2013