Government regulations forced the Yup’ik to give up their semi-nomadic existence. Now, the land where they settled is vanishing.
A flawed tribal court structure, little local law enforcement and a lack of funding fail to protect women from violence.
For over a century, federal law has split Native American land holdings into tiny pieces. A settlement unites some of the splinters, but at a steep cost.
Where enviros are uniting with social justice and tribal rights activists in the Northwest to stop new fossil fuel development.
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