Native Americans

Native Americans Have a Voice in Climate Science

Blog

By Carol Pierson Holding

Last Tuesday, a pod of three-dozen orca whales escorted a Seattle-to-Bainbridge Island ferry transporting ancient tribal artifacts to their new home at the Suquamish Museum. As reported in the Huffington Post, the Suquamish Tribal Chairman Leonard Forsman watched the orcas swarm the ferry as it neared the terminal.

Climate Change Journal Focuses Special Issue on Indigenous Peoples as they Cope with Consequences of Climate Change

Press Release

BURLINGTON, VT, October 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ – NativeEnergy, Inc. – Climate change. Two words with deeply varying meaning depending on who you are. Depending on where you live. Depending on the degree to which dramatic changes in weather affect your life. These two words bring with them complex and overwhelming challenges to Indigenous peoples. For some, it means the physical moving of entire communities, the loss of sacred religious sites, the disruption of plants and animals critical for subsistence. Climate change. Two words that mean an end to a people’s way of life.

Chrysler Group Named Among Top Workplaces for Native Americans and Alaska Natives

Summary: 
  • Company selected number ten in the inaugural Top 50 list developed by the editors of Winds of Change magazine
  • The list celebrates companies that support diversity in the workplace, especially for Native American Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) professionals
  • Chrysler Group is the only domestic automaker to be included on the list
Press Release
  • Company selected number ten in the inaugural Top 50 list developed by the editors of Winds of Change magazine
  • The list celebrates companies that support diversity in the workplace, especially for Native American Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) professionals
  • Chrysler Group is the only domestic automaker to be included on the list

Pages

Subscribe to Native Americans