Hopi elder Thomas Banyacya found many words to foretell the fate of human beings who abuse Mother Earth. Was it prophecy or prediction?
Winnemem Wintu Chief Caleen Sisk and Ohlone leader Corrina Gould lead the second annual Run4Salmon, a prayerful journey from San Francisco Bay to Mt. Shasta.
Images from the Winnemem Wintu Tribe’s recently completed two-week prayer journey from San Francisco Bay to the McCloud River, calling back their beloved Chinook Salmon—and reminding us that water is life.
Speaking before the explosion of smartphones, Deloria predicts an age where humans can no longer separate themselves from their machines. “I don’t think people are built for that psychologically,” he says. “I think it’s gonna blow.”
National Park Service curator Wendy Bustard spent a day with us, displaying an array of New Age offerings and reflecting on why they are considered offensive by native people. Here is a scene we weren’t able to include in the film.
Dr. John O’Connor is the family physician who documented several cases of a rare bile duct cancer in the small town on Lake Athabasca, downstream from the massive tar sands mines
When a developer proposed a 5-story condo-commercial complex on the site of a 5,000-year-old Ohlone village site known as the “West Berkeley Shellmound,” fierce opposition grew in support of local leader Corrina Gould.
Indigenous women and youth sparked something magical at Standing Rock, drawing thousands of supporters and donations from around the world with a compelling message: water is sacred.
We gathered in Hawai‘i—25 sacred site guardians from around the world— three shaman from Mongolia and Russia, a throat singer from Kyrgyzstan, a Native American healer from California, a nomadic…
Our work at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Honolulu kicked off on September 1. We are focusing on building a Toolkit for indigenous communities to help protect sacred natural sites and…