The students staging a sit-in for LGBTQ+ rights at a Christian University
At Seattle Pacific University, students have spent weeks fighting anti-gay policies common among Christian schools.
‘Why not me?’: the boot camp giving Indigenous women the tools to run for office
Indigenous women are underrepresented in the US Congress and other elected offices. The Native Action Network wants to change that
The Indigenous tribe fighting back against the addiction epidemic
The Lummi Nation, on the US west coast, has faced addiction issues for decades. Now they are utilizing a combination of culturally-based healing and western approaches
‘It’s derogatory’: one man’s four-decade fight against his town’s Native ‘mascot’
Ted Trujillo has been fighting for years against the use of the racist ‘Redskins’ mascot in a high school in Morris, Illinois
‘She’s representing all of us’: the story behind Deb Haaland’s swearing-in dress
The skirt, a traditional Native garment, outshone everything in the Eisenhower building – and there is a story of empowerment and survival behind it
‘Our history is contained there’: loss of archive threatens Native American tribes
The building in Seattle is slated for sale, a move that could deprive indigenous people in the Pacific north-west of access to critical documents
3 Young Refugees Have a Powerful Support System: Each Other
Cing Sung, Cing Kim and Cing Lun are refugees from Myanmar now living near Seattle with their families. They participate in a new rock climbing program organized by the International Rescue Committee, which is supported by The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund.