Violence against Indigenous women has plagued Native communities for far too long. It is an unsettling issue that we must confront.
Potty training can crack even the most patient parent. And potty training twins is double the trouble. But we can all find the inspiration to endure in Gloria Gaynor’s classic hit song.
In the name of money and without regard for the Earth, companies will slither their way around Indian communities. The Dakota Access Pipeline is the latest such encroachment.
Sport and athletics have always been a core part of who we are as Native people. For the sake of our community and spiritual health, we should all look for ways to encourage athletic activities in our local communities.
Education is empowerment—and tribal colleges offer Native students an avenue to academic success and greater self-determination.
It falls upon us as Native students of science to conduct meaningful research for our Native communities.
Active parenting must be something we demand from ourselves and our neighbors—our children are too precious.
One lesson that we should learn from the tragic death of Harambe the gorilla is that teaching our children to value the intrinsic qualities of nature is of utmost importance.
Powwow season is upon us, and it is my favorite time of year. Not just because of the powwows, but because of all of the cultural happenings that go on during these summer months. To me, summer means a celebration of my heritage.
The disempowerment of our roles as sacred life-giving women gives rise to increased rates of domestic violence and child abuse, while negative impacts on our self-esteem lead to second guessing our ability to provide complete nutrition.