Indigenous Beats: Women’s March

In the months leading up to the Women’s March on Washington, Native women leaders across the Nation came together to form a collective called “Indigenous Women Rise.” The name originates from a hashtag representing the resiliency of Indigenous women and notably used by women leading the No DAPL movement. The Indigenous Women Rise collective organized…

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Revolution: An Ongoing Struggle for Liberation

by Azaria King, Amani Hill, Me’Lena Laudig, Chevonne Parker, Ambre Dromgoole, Gabby Cudjoe Wilkes, and Ikenna Nzewi In attending the Black Panther Party 50th Anniversary conference, we as students from Yale reclaimed part of the Party’s history and a legacy of resilience. Nowadays, we are constantly reminded of how much further we have to go…

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Donald Trump’s Cabinet of Horrors

by Azaria King Donald Trump has been busy… and so have his supporters. Since his electoral win on November 8th, the spike in hate crimes has risen substantially, neo-Nazi’s have become bolder and have held an actual conference.Trump has shown that he will truly be the person he was during his campaign should he hold…

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Celebration and Resistance: Stories from Indigenous Peoples’ Day

by Katie McCleary feature photo courtesy of Alex Zhang Yale University Indigenous Peoples’ Day at Yale University received an unprecedented amount of local press not because Indigenous peoples spent two days radically resisting settler colonialism by celebrating each other and their ancestors’ resistance, but rather because of the controversy surrounding the circulation of racist imagery….

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