Conservationists say the goal is to increase representation in outdoor recreation and reduce barriers to connecting with nature for Latinos.
For Sharif Zawaideh, qualifying for the Olympics in alpine ski racing is about a lot more than speed. He is hoping to add diversity to an overwhelmingly white sport.
The two day event will showcase Native American culture, history, dance and traditions.
For Black History Month, the library encouraged readers to check out books by Black authors—some of which are banned around the country.
The Supreme Court is scheduled to start reviewing the landmark legislation protecting Indigenous youth in November.
Superintendent Frank No Runner of St. Stephens Indian School discusses how the generational trauma of former boarding schools continues to affect Indigenous students today.
KZMU Community Radio in Moab, Utah, interviews a former Bureau of Land Management archaeologist about last week’s defacement of a well-known petroglyph.
Organizers sought to replicate the iconic marches engineered by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The silent march and subsequent community dialogue yielded rare sights and sounds.
Recent protests are mobilizing community members, compelling them to question next steps in the fight for racial justice.