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Elizabeth Littlejohn | Paying tribute to the long-time activist, who passed away from cancer.
Columnists
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Just one year ago the Indigenous-led resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline on Standing Rock Sioux tribal territory in North Dakota was being subjected to increasingly intense state violence.
Columnists
James Cromwell at climate justice rally. Image: Flickr/maisa_nyc
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Cromwell and five others were arrested while protesting against the construction of a fracked gas power plant. He and two others refused to pay their fines and were sentenced to a week behind bars.
Columnists
James Comey. Image: Flickr/Brookings Institution​
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | The FBI has become the darling of Trump's opponents. But this powerful, secretive federal police force has a long, dark and often violent history of suppressing dissent in the U.S.
Blog
David Suzuki | Making America -- or any place -- great doesn’t mean embracing 18th century technology in the 21st.
Blog
James Hutt | Canada has begun to acknowledge its history of brutal colonization, but has been slow to recognize the legal rights of self-determination.
Podcast
What We Learned From The Tea Party
Daryn Caister | Interviews with Matthew Klippenstein, chemical engineer turned renewable energy consultant, who chronicles the Canadian electric vehicle market.
Blog
David Suzuki | It's ironic that after a history of facing genocidal policies, North America's original peoples are leading a struggle on behalf of us all.
Columnists
June Chua | Rise is a fantastic new series that covers a resurgent Indigenous cultural urgency, filmed by Toronto's Christopher Yapp and executive directed by award-winning filmmaker Michelle Latimer.
Blog
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Krystalline Kraus | This project showcases 84 different ways to say "water is life."
Blog
Michael Stewart | Breaking: 2016 sucked. But maybe not all of it.
Blog
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Krystalline Kraus | Yes, celebration erupted at the camp where it was announced that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has turned down a permit for a controversial pipeline -- at least temporarily.