Current Issue: 37.2 (June 2013)
The Seventh Generation:
Spotlight on Indigenous Youth
The Art of Youth Resistance and Inspiration: Nishiyuu Journey Across Snowy Canada
On January 16, six James Bay Cree youth from Whapmagoostui First Nation in Canada left their community and started a trek to Parliament Hill in Ottawa to protest the violation of Aboriginal Treaty rights.
Decolonizing the Runway
Jessica R. Metcalfe brings Native American fashion into the spotlight.
OCEANIA RISING: Far From Home
Indigenous Micronesian students protest through performance in Hawai’i.
In Alliance as Native Youth Leaders, as Family
Native Youth Leadership Alliance invests time and resources in building the next generation of Native leaders.
Guardian of the Earth: A Portrait of the Environmentalist as a Young Man
At age 12, youth activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez inspires people of all ages to protect the Earth.
An Award for a Fearless Woman
Cultural Survival is honored to present Dayamani Barla, an Indigenous rights activist from Jharkhand, India, with the 2013 Ellen L. Lutz Indigenous Rights Award.
The Intersection of Plural Citizenship and Indigenous Rights
Interview with Cultural Survival Board Member Duane Champagne
Our Nyikina Story of Language Revitalization
Dr. Anne Poelina
Australian Indigenous people of the Mardoowarra (Fitzroy River) in Australia develop new tools for language revival.
The Way Forward
Indigenous philanthropy can change the world and International Funders for Indigenous People is leading the way.
Read more articles from the June 2013 issue here.