A Navajo-led search and rescue group looks for missing and murdered Indigenous people — going where no one else will
Seven years after a spill turns a river yellow, Navajo farmers still seek justice
The 2015 Gold King Mine spill sent a toxic plume through the Navajo Nation. Why isn’t restitution in sight?
‘I could go missing tomorrow’
A Navajo woman is walking from Arizona to Washington, D.C., as a call to action for her aunt and thousands of other missing or murdered Indigenous people.
Where have all the children gone?
Students in the Four Corners have disappeared from attendance rolls. What happened?
Education in the rearview mirror
Living in internet dead zones and sometimes without electricity at home, Indigenous youths in New Mexico and Arizona went to extraordinary lengths to attend virtual classes.
A broken system
From medical health privacy laws to a maze of siloed information systems, a true accounting of COVID-19’s impact on Indian Country is impossible to know.
Fields of green
COVID is pushing thousands of Chinese immigrant workers into the marijuana business—sometimes leading to exploitation and labor trafficking
Forlorn on Route 66
In Gallup, hit harder by the coronavirus than any place in the state, small business owners feel lucky to just survive
Seeing Red: The Color of the Spirits
Images of Native Women honor those who are missing
A police raid near Shiprock has all but ended an illicit cannabis-growing operation