Two of the Amazon rainforest's staunchest advocates, Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips, were killed in one of its remotest corners.
Until the end of her days, Abuela Cristina — as many knew her — bided her time making traditional reed baskets, and sharing the Yaghan language and culture with those around her.
Tracie Revis’ roots run thousands of years deep at the Ocmulgee Mounds, where she's part of the effort to expand the footprint of the Ocmulgee Mounds National Historic Park into the first ever full-fledged national park in Georgia.
Instead of attending the first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation event on Sept. 30, the prime minister and his family were on a seaside holiday in Vancouver.
When Shaandiin Parrish was crowned Miss Navajo Nation in 2019, she didn't expect to win. She also didn't expect to be carrying the honor two years later and through the health crisis.
Thousands of Indigenous children in Canada died in the custody of boarding schools meant to assimilate them. Communities are searching for their remains.
In the new comedy series 'Reservation Dogs', four Indigenous teens in rural Oklahoma are desperate for a new life in California. Native critic Vincent Schilling calls the show "ground breaking."
When COVID-19 hit, cartographer Carlos Doviaza wanted to help his "brothers" — members of the indigenous community. He decided to help by doing what he does best: making maps.
Of the 109 people currently listed as missing in South Dakota, 77 of them are indigenous. The state's legislature passed a bill this week to address the alarming crisis on and off reservations.
Vaccination programs work best when as many people as possible get vaccinated, but Latinos are getting inoculated at lower rates. A group that helps immigrant workers is working to change that.
A large and isolated region of northeastern Canada entered a two-week lockdown as coronavirus cases creep up in areas, including largely Indigenous communities, with limited access to intensive care.