Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized for the country’s treatment of Inuit tuberculosis patients from the 1940s to the 1960s, CBC reported.

Africa’s indigenous populations face gross human rights violations, forced evictions and land dispossession, gendered violence, and other major challenges, according to a new report on indigenous peoples around the world. The continent’s estimated 50 million indigenous…

The 12-person town of Whiteclay, Nebraska, has supplied more than 42 million cans of beer in the last 10 years to residents of the alcohol-free Pine Ridge Reservation just across the South Dakota-Nebraska border. The arrangement, according to an investigative journalism…

The Dakota Access Pipeline protests have illuminated other health crises among Native American populations, including a persistent lack of reproductive health care for Indigenous women.   Amie Newman, a blogger for Our Bodies Ourselves, argues that the problem originated…

If you’re nerdy and/or compulsive like we are, you’ve been watching the tiny number in the footer of GHN emails. Day by day since GHN’s inception on January 2, 2014, it’s been relentlessly marching upwards. Yesterday 499. Today, GHN delivers its 500th issue. A minor…