Stop assassinations, end land grabs, recognize rights to ancestral territories
Six new books and six important essays for reds and greens
Stopped or delayed projects equal 25% of US and Canadian emissions
'The Red Deal: Indigenous Action to Save Our Earth'
Can the world's most important rain forest be saved?
The Dakota Access Pipeline fight continues the long history of struggle against colonial settler genocide and ecological vandalism.
“We are protecting our land and the life on it. We have to preserve this life for our children’s future.”
With 7,000 hectares of forests destroyed, community leaders and members have faced multiple attempts on their lives, threats and intimidation.
“The National Park model of excluding indigenous peoples and local communities is fundamentally flawed. We have witnessed countless examples of human rights abuses in conservation projects.”
A Marxist perspective on the mass Indigenous movement that is in the vanguard of the fight for climate justice in Canada
"I have taken the term 'Indian' as the title of the book. It is the pejorative term used against us. The whip they use to hit our faces. I have picked up the whip. I find it more appropriate than using terms that soften or diminish the oppression...
Neo-colonial ‘developmentalist’ forces with a green sheen are evicting and murdering people in the guise of conservation and climate change mitigation
The government's decision to build the dam makes it abundantly clear that the struggle to defend indigenous rights and the environment must be built outside of parliament
South African activist Patrick Bond says we need to generate international solidarity for climate justice by imposing popular sanctions against Trump and US corporations.
Conservative AFL-CIO leaders support the Dakota Access pipeline, oppose the Standing Rock Sioux campaign to protect land, people and water.
Video: Democracy Now! reports from protests against pipeline that would carry about 500,000 barrels of crude per day from North Dakota’s Bakken oilfield