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Julian Brave NoiseCat

Foreign Policy

Kingston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Julian:

The United States and China Need to Cooperate—for the Planet’s Sake

Polling shows Americans want Biden to emphasize climate diplomacy with Beijing. → Read More

Can America really be saved? And does it even deserve to be?

Indigenous journalist Julian Brave NoiseCat watched as America's already frayed democracy was further shredded this week. Doubts and fears remain. → Read More

Decarbonization must be the Democrats’ Recession Plan

March marks the 127th consecutive month of economic expansion—the longest in United States history. But stability can’t last forever. Despite the S&P 500 reaching an all-time high in February, markets have plummeted, with both the S&P 500 and Dow falling double digits last week. Rece → Read More

We Need Sanders and Warren to Cooperate in the Primary

The real fight is for progressive power in the Democratic Party. → Read More

A Green New Deal for Oakland

How a progressive climate vision might help my hometown → Read More

The Environmental Movement Needs to Reckon with Its Racist History

Because racism in environmentalism hasn’t gone away, and it’s holding the movement back. → Read More

No, climate action can't be separated from social justice

Elites who divorce climate policy from social justice are almost as out of touch as those who deny climate science altogether → Read More

This Community Is Striving To Rebuild One Of The Poorest Places In America

Battered by poverty, discrimination and climate change, Native Americans on the Pine Ridge Reservation are raising homes – and hope – for the next generation. → Read More

Buy Clean Reduces Emissions, Empowers Unions and is Popular —

The Green New Deal aims to leverage the full resources of the United States economy—public and private—to take on twin crises of climate and inequality. While taxation, regulation and investment (and the occasional cow fart and mythical train to Hawaii) have featured prominently in most debates abou → Read More

The Green New Deal has reignited the climate debate – and voters support it

Yale researchers say 81% of voters they polled support a Green New Deal to create jobs and work toward renewable energy → Read More

The Two Bulls family leads an Indigenous art renaissance —

The Lakota family’s first group show is a celebration of tradition and experimentation. → Read More

His side of the story: Nathan Phillips wants to talk about Covington

Footage of Phillips and a Maga-hatted teenager became the center of a national controversy. Here, the Native elder opens up about what came before this life-changing moment → Read More

The US is still not ready to look at the ugly racism against Native Americans

The standoff between students and a Native American man reveals who gets compassion, and who doesn’t → Read More

If Democrats want seek truth they must investigate ExxonMobil

Our era is defined by interlocking crises of truth, democracy and ecology – and ExxonMobil is a major actor at that intersection. → Read More

Republicans wanted to suppress the Native American vote. It's working

Laws are being passed in states such as North Dakota that do nothing but strip the civil rights of indigenous peoples, says Julian Brave NoiseCat, a member of the Canim Lake Band Tsq’escen → Read More

Elizabeth Warren Is Not Native American

But her ancestry gives us an opportunity to discuss who actually is. → Read More

In the Salish Sea, Native American Communities Bond Over a Rigorous Canoe Voyage

The Tribal Canoe Journey has become one of the largest Native American gatherings in North America. For one writer, it's also a chance to connect with family. → Read More

'It’s About Taking Back What’s Ours': Native Women Reclaim Land, Plot By Plot

Fighting against colonization and now gentrification in the Bay Area. → Read More

I am Colten Boushie. Canada is the all-white jury that acquitted his killer

The court’s decision after the shooting of a 22-year-old Cree man in Saskatchewan is part of a long history of injustice → Read More

A tale of two housing crises, rural and urban (Caught between crises) —

How one Indigenous family is navigating two very different housing problems. → Read More