Top: Society: Ethnicity: The_Americas: Indigenous: Native_Americans: Issues_and_Activism:
- Extensive collection of articles and fact sheets on Native American history and individual tribes, from the perspective of the oppressed. XML Feeds:
- The Fire This Time - - Examining the cultural/political links between black and indigenous Americans.
- Hidden From History: The Canadian Holocaust - - Activist Kevin Arnett on the abuse of native peoples in church-run Indian residential schools. Includes audio and video of witnesses and victims, and archives of Arnett's radio broadcasts.
- Indigenous Environmental Network - - Native peoples of the Americas organization for education, coalition building, and action. Announcements and fact sheets on current issues.
- Ishgooda - - Extensive site for activists, with essays, news and photos on Pine Ridge and nuclear activism, NAGPRA links and resources, and Native American graphics and themes.
- KOLA - - Nonviolent activism and background reading on American Indian and other indigenous issues from this international human rights organization.
- Setting the Record Straight - - Site debunking various Internet myths about American Indians, from incorrect assumptions about Indian languages through theories about alien landings.
- Trail of Tears - - Dedicated to the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, and the survival of all original peoples displaced into exile. Links.
- United Native America - - Working toward a Federal holiday for Native Americans; also racial exclusion in the arts, media, and athletics. Petition, press releases, membership information, links. Opening animation and cursor trails.
- We Are Still Here - - Indian politics and issues, addressing racism and stereotypes, environmental destruction, and historical revisionism.
- Worldwidefriends - - Site in English and German dedicated to Native American issues, particular focus on developing penpal relationships with Native prison inmates.
- Smartmoney.com: Special Report: An Ugly History - - Investigation shows that the US government had detailed knowledge of fraudulent practices that allowed energy companies to cheat impoverished Native American Indians out of vast sums over dozens of years. Second of a two-part series. (December 7, 2004)
- Smartmoney.com: Special Report: Fraud in New Mexico - - Investigation shows that the US government had detailed knowledge of fraudulent practices that allowed energy companies to cheat impoverished Native American Indians out of vast sums over dozens of years. First of a two-part series. (December 3, 2004)
- First Nations Journalism - - Features information about cultural, ecological, crime, and political issues of Canada's aboriginal people. [Atom.