20 Photos: My Seven Months of Living at Standing Rock

The life that we have built here has taught many how to live a large-scale sustainable, decolonized, anticapitalist lifestyle.

The biggest mistake in the history of science

The worst error in the history of science was undoubtedly classifying humans into the different races.

Who Owns The Past? For Native Americans, Reclaiming Family Heirlooms Is a Tricky Business

By Alexandra Rosenmann AlterNet, December 19, 2016 — A new documentary follows two Wyoming tribes on a journey to take back their sacred artifacts. Tribes like the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho are no longer in possession of their ancestors’ most sacred objects. Instead, they’re now housed in places like Episcopal Church Diocese in Casper, […]

The Black and Indian Freedom Fighters Who Defeated the US Army on Christmas Day, 1837

By William Loren Katz History News Network, December 22, 2016 — On Christmas day 1837, 179 years ago, the Africans and Native Americans who formed Florida’s Seminole Nation defeated a vastly superior US invading army bent on cracking this early rainbow coalition and returning the Africans to slavery. The Seminole victory stands as a milestone […]

How Standing Rock’s Divest Campaign Can Stop Future Pipelines

As banks begin to respond, environmental movements are learning the importance of speaking clearly about the financial risks of fossil fuel investment.

Colleges Really Need to Rethink the Career Advice They Deliver

A new report suggests most graduates don’t find the current offerings very helpful. Interestingly, minority graduates were the most likely to visit their career-services offices.

‘Black and Hispanic female PhDs’ need science mentors

US study finds biomedical PhDs from certain ethnic minorities are less likely to understand the ‘hidden’ rules of succeeding in science

The biggest challenge to diversifying tech talent

As the effort ages amid slow but steady progress, it needs to find ways to keep its momentum.

Your salary will soon be your secret in Philadelphia

By Tricia L. Nadolny Philly.com, December 8, 2016 —   Philadelphia will soon be the first city in the nation to ban employers from asking job applicants for their salary history, a question advocates say perpetuates pay discrimination against women and minorities. “This is about fairness. Just be fair,” said Councilman Bill Greenlee, who sponsored […]

U.S. Sees Significant Shortage in Minority Dentists

UCSF Research Examines Access and Disparities in Oral Health By Scott Maier University of California San Francisco, December 05, 2016 —   Underrepresented minority dentists represent a smaller percentage of the dental workforce and are unevenly distributed in relation to minority populations in the United States, according to a study by researchers at UC San […]

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