Lakota Veteran, Catcher Cuts The Rope, shares why he came to Standing Rock to stand in solidarity, prayer, and in peace.
Gold King mine spill threatens crops of Navajo Nation farmers
LaCrisha Rose from Cabin Creek West Virginia reveals how the Elk River chemical spill affected her and her family.
Autumn Dawn Furby Hopkins, a resident of Elkview, West Virginia shares a look inside her home and neighborhood after the history flooding of 2016.
The Nibi (Water) Walks are Indigenous-led, extended ceremonies to pray for the water. The St. Louis River Water Walk began on October 13, 2014 near Hoyt Lakes, MN and ended at Jay Cooke State Park.
Annie and John Seay from Lima, West Virginia struggle to sell and leave their home after their property was surrounded by natural gas development.
Junior Walk shares what his life is like growing up in the Coal River Valley in southern West Virginia.
The Nibi (Water) Walks are Indigenous-led, extended ceremonies to pray for the water. The Ohio River Water Walk began on April 22, 2014 in Pittsburgh, PA and ended in Cairo, IL where the Ohio River joins the Mississippi River.
Bruce Jones shares his experience as an All Hands Volunteers.
In the mountain's of South Korea Buddhist nun Ye Jin Sunim explains the methods of finding peace.