Trial for the murder of Honduran activist Berta Cáceres set to begin despite mishandling of evidence
Honduran authorities have put the trial for the murder of an environmental and indigenous rights activist at risk by refusing to analyze and share key evidence.
The Fuego volcano eruption destroyed properties recently sold to indigenous Guatemalans for subsistence farming.
Canada has begun truth-seeking and reconciliation, and the Sisters of Charity in Nova Scotia are confronting their order’s role in a racist educational system.
The Thirty Meter Telescope would cover six acres on Mauna Kea, one of the most sacred places in Hawaii, and women are leading the resistance.
Preserving wilderness areas is a way to preserve the idea of the sacred. But the Trump administration is seeking a huge reduction in protected land.