Legal but Unlawful Raids of Six Nations Territory

After asking quite a few people on Six Nations if they remember the police raiding any of our smoke shops back in the 1980s or…

The Wet’suwe’ten Conflict in a nutshell

You would have to live under a rock to avoid information on Wet’suwe’ten. If you’ve been online or watched the news anywhere this month, then…

How to solve a housing crisis’

In the wake of the growing global “Crisisification” of housing, it isn’t just indigenous people that are facing the issue. Housing on reserve seems to…

The ethics of reporting on children cases

At Two Row Times, it has come to our attention that the publication of child sexual assault and abuse cases, whether the charges are confirmed…

The earth is on fire

There was a radio show that I listened to once. I can’t remember the name of the show or the host, or even the station;…

There’s a new trend in the East and it’s not a good one

As if there aren’t enough things to worry about as a native person — we now have to worry about people race-shifting. This is pretty…

Dismantling something that is invisible

When systemic racism is spoken of, it is often misunderstood. This is because the systems that support politics, health and justice are each filled with…

Everyone has dirt, except Donald Trump

Nancy Pelosi announced the official impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump on Monday. Long story short: Trump is currently under scrutiny due to allegations made that…

How we know that the Amazon fires are intentional

Standing up for the Earth is a dangerous devotion. Indigenous people of North America know this well and there are many examples of it throughout…

How the erasure of indigenous history still exists today

History is a coagulated pool of memory-driven accounts that can be altered over time and this is something that we know. And today, we know…

How the government has enforced dating racism

Love is what has inspired some of the greatest works of art and the greatest written tragedies through songs and poems for the past millennia.…

Why protesting doesn’t work

The low rumble throughout the duration of the protest at the SNEC building came from those that disliked the way it appeared — this includes…

The construction of TMT is pointless

It’s been over a week since the construction of a massive telescope atop Hawaii’s Mauna Kea was scheduled to begin. The enormous telescope is being…

Fingers point back and forth over resignation

Weaving through the articles on the resignations at Brant Family and Children’s Services (BFACS), the blame for the resignation of the agency’s board of directors…

OPINION: Elected leaders advocates for growth, not just merely administrators

In this election year, accusations of misconduct and theft toward the Six Nations Elected Council and their employees has hit an all-time high. Claim after…