‘The United States’ Indian Wars never ended’
Down To Earth speaks to Ruth Hopkins, writer of Dakota and Lakota Sioux origin, about various issues concerning Native Americans today in the …
'Situation of tribals around Jharia coal mines eerily similar to native Americans'
Charles C Mann, author of 1491, a history of the native American population, compares the conditions of tribals living near coal mines of Jharia …
Is America redeeming itself vis-à-vis its First Nations?
The country appointed its first Native American poet laureate and apologised for the genocide of aborigines in its largest and richest state on …
Trump to shrink two national monuments in Utah to allow drilling, mining
Despite raging protests, the US President will announce his decision in Utah today
Wet’suewet’en protests have exposed Canada’s racist underbelly: Ruth Hopkins
Protests against proposed Coastal GasLink pipeline through First Nations land in British Columbia, has crippled rail travel
US Congress passes tribal sovereignty act
Law will restore Native American leaders’ control over employee-employer relations on American-Indian lands
‘Who created the terms superior and inferior races?’
Down To Earth speaks to activist Binalakshmi Nepram about race in the light of the US race riots over George Floyd's death
“The source of the danger is black people” — Why is racism normalised in conservation?
Extra-judicial killings of innocent people — including children — in Africa and Asia are airily dismissed as collateral damage in a &…