The tribes that kept KXL out of their territories are understandably pleased by the momentary suspension of that pipeline project. This editorial does not diminish their ‘victory’, but rather tempers the euphoria around the KXL rejection with a dose of reality. To not do so only sets up the naive to be hoodwinked again. Delaying… more
- Nov 10, 2015 by Jay Taber
- Oct 17, 2015 by Jay Taber
Pacific Northwest herbalist Elise Krohn discusses her learning and knowledge of native plant medicine, including her apprenticeship and subsequent clinical work with Coast Salish Indian tribes in Washington state. more
- Oct 9, 2015 by Rudolph C. Rÿser, Ph.D.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provided support for a study that cost $33 million that estimated radiation dose estimates from “Hanford Radioactive Material Releases to the Air and the Columbia River.” The study results found significant adverse exposures to people, plants, land, water and animals was produced on April 21, 1994. The… more
- Sep 28, 2015 by Rudolph C. Rÿser, Ph.D.
Seventy years after the first nuclear bomb detonation in 1945 as of July 2015 indigenous peoples’ territories and peoples remain at greatest health and environmental risk to radioactive and toxic chemical exposure of any peoples in the world. Fourth World nations’ territories and peoples in Siberia, Kazakhstan and Kirgystan, Marshall Islands and Polynesia, Australia, northwestern… more
- Sep 20, 2015 by Jay Taber
Anti-Indian Campaign articles by Jay Taber and John Schertow at IC Magazine Anti-Indian CERA by Terri Hansen, Indian Country Today Media Network Anti-Indian Movement on the Tribal Frontier by Rudolph C. Ryser, Center for World Indigenous Studies Anti-Indian Movement articles by Charles Tanner Jr., Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights Drumming Up Resentment… more