One Congressman Stands in the Way of a Bill That Addresses the High Rates of Missing and Murdered Native Women
Savanna's Act passed the Senate unanimously. If it doesn't pass the House, it will be back to square one next session.
For Native Americans, the Battle Against Voter Suppression in North Dakota Is Only the Beginning
Indigenous high schoolers are organizing to let their families vote in an election they argue is designed to block them from the polls.