Stephanie Woodard has covered Indian Country for more than 15 years for Native-owned Indian Country Today Media Network, as well as for In These Times and other national publications. The Center for Investigative Reporting and the Fund for Investigative Journalism have supported her work. The Native American Journalists Association, of which she is an associate member, has recognized her with its top annual prize, the Richard LaCourse Award.
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Thursday, August 22, 2019
At First-Ever Native American Presidential Forum, Candidates Answer to Centuries of Injustice
“‘We the people’ has never meant ‘all the people,’” said Independent presidential candidate Mark Charles of the Navajo Nation at the first-ever Native American presidential forum, held August 19 and 20 in Sioux City, Iowa. Charles was enthusiastically received as the only member of a tribe...
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
The Never-Ending Indian Wars
The following is part of a YES! Magazine special report: The Spirit of Standing Rock on the Move. The world has been shocked by North Dakota’s violent reaction to the anti-oil pipeline resistance at Standing Rock. For the better part of a year, people have watched via social media, then...