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Co-published with Texas ObserverIn an ecosystem that needs fire to flourish, the actions of the tribe could decide the future of the longleaf pine.

Co-published with the Texas ObserverTwo stories this week from Texas Observer's Indigenous Affairs desk dive into the thorny issue of belonging. Here’s why.

Co-published with the Texas Observer. For years, candidate Marie Crabb has claimed to be Mescalero Apache. Those claims cannot be verified.

Co-published with the Texas Observer. A new food documentary fails to recognize the complexities of Indigenous identity in Texas.

Co-published with the Texas Observer. In Texas, a tiny staff of tribal officials field hundreds of requests each day to build 5G towers in areas of cultural …

Co-published with the Texas ObserverWhile coronavirus rates remain high, officials have taken unprecedented actions not found anywhere else in the state.

Co-published with the Texas Observer. Thirty years after Congress passed the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, only a fraction of human remains held by …

Co-published with the Texas ObserverAcross the globe, anti-Indigenous organizations work to undermine the collective rights of Indigenous peoples. This collection of reports reveals some of the …

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. In the season finale, Dallas-based mother and doula, Trish, demonstrates what agency from day one looks like for Black …

Co-published with CosmopolitanOne woman reveals the lengths she went to in order to receive an abortion when Texas clinics closed due to the pandemic.

Co-published with Texas Observer. Remote health care has the potential to connect patients to doctors safely during shelter-in-place. So why do so many Texans remain disconnected?

Co-published with Literary Hub. Is it possible to attend AWP if you’re poor? Alison Stine writes about the haves and have-nots of America's biggest writers' conference.

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