Pollution levels are rising once again after reaching a record low in lockdown. Could new legislation prevent impending catastrophe?
With Native American history almost entirely excluded from the US curriculum, a group of illustrators are rewriting the narrative.
Brazil’s former vice-presidential candidate Sonia Guajajara calls for urgent environmental action amid the existential threat posed by the coronavirus.
As fires rage across the Amazon and Bolsonaro tightens his grip, Brazil’s indigenous people are facing an unprecedented threat to their future.
Brooklyn-based Joni Sternbach employs Nineteenth Century wet plate collodion photography to document Long Island’s Shinnecock Indian Nation.
Whether it's Sisters Uncut or the photographers turning acts of domestic violence into inspirational art, activists are discovering innovative means to promote social change.
The homicide rate for indigenous women is four times the national average. At long last, Canada’s new government is no longer ignoring the problem.
Iuna Tinta's flowering, untamed art is inspired by ancient mysticism, indigenous art and sinister fairytales.
New documentary Baywara profiles Djalu Gurruwiwi, spiritual custodian of the Didjeridoo and guardian of thousands of years of stories.