Indigenous peoples

Terrance Klein March 28, 2019
We are all about individual rights, personal narratives and the freedom to choose. So was the Prodigal Son, until the food ran out.
Members of an uncontacted tribe in the Brazilian state of Acre in 2012. Image courtesy of Agência de Notícias do Acre.
Filipe Domingues March 15, 2019
For many of these small groups, remaining uncontacted is a survival strategy.
Canada’s former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould arrives to testify in front of the House of Commons Justice Committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Feb. 27. (Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press via AP)
Dean Dettloff March 06, 2019
Ms. Wilson-Raybould resigned from her post in the cabinet of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Feb. 12 over what she called pressure to go easy on bribery and fraud charges against the Quebec-based multinational engineering firm SNC-Lavalin.
Robert C. Bordone February 27, 2019
The family of Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann is suing The Washington Post for how it covered the viral incident following the March for Life. From a Catholic perspective, an open and honest conversation is the preferred option.
Native American protestors hold hands with parishioner Nathanial Hall, right, during a group prayer outside the Catholic Diocese of Covington on Jan. 22, 2019, in Covington, Ky. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
Marlene Lang January 23, 2019
The furor over a chance meeting between Catholic high school students and Native American protesters underscores the need to listen and learn from indigenous voices.
Protestors march to support a U.N. anti-corruption commission in Guatemala City on Jan. 6. Photo by Jackie McVicar.
Jackie McVicar January 18, 2019
“What they are doing not only puts Guatemala at risk but the entire region. Bit by bit, for more than a year, they have been trying to divide us. The elections are at risk. We are six months away.”