He was a co-founder of the American Indian Movement in 1968 and a leader of the group's occupation of Wounded Knee in South Dakota in 1973.
Women say retribution and police negligence are rife on reservations.
Over 3,000 veterans are backed by prominent progressives as peaceful action on behalf of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe gets underway.
Josh Scheer sits down with author Benjamin Madley to reflect on America's violent history of Native American genocide.
The struggle most worth watching is decidedly not the one receiving the most mainstream media coverage and relentlessly pitting two major-party candidates against each other.
The documentary series, which explores educational systems in rural communities across the United States, highlights the effects of poverty often overlooked in our political dialogue.
As the head of the company building the pipeline vows to move forward with the controversial project, nonviolent protesters bring work to a halt at one North Dakota site.
The 2016 election was supposed to be the one in which the interests of the non-elite got a hearing We still have two months to make it happen The 2016 election was supposed to be the one in which the interests of the non-elite got a hearing.
An emergency request for a restraining order was filed in response to the holiday weekend desecration of sacred sites.
David Bald Eagle, who died July 22 at 97, was known for an eclectic mix of passions, especially his work in motion pictures. But he also left a legacy of activism for the Native American community, including his service as the first chief of the United Indigenous Nations of the Americas.