Indigenous leaders march against the Time Frame bill in Brazil Photo Antônio Cruz Agência Brasil 16x9

September 29, 2023

The Fight Against the ‘Time Frame’ Bill is Not Over for Brazil’s Indigenous Peoples

Brazil’s Indigenous Peoples face persistent threats to land rights despite the Brazilian Supreme Court striking down of the ‘Time Frame’ thesis.


Traditional house loaded on camel back on transit

September 22, 2023

Seedcast Wins Two Awards For Stories of Indigenous Knowledge and Reciprocity

Nia Tero

We are thrilled to share that the Seedcast podcast, produced by Nia Tero, has been honored with first and second place in the 2023 National Native Media Awards by the Indigenous Journalists Association (IJA).


THRIVING PEOPLES. THRIVING PLACES. Indigenous women leaders portrait artwork wildposting on the street in New York City, NY, USA in 2021.

September 5, 2023

Celebrating Indigenous Women as Leaders for Their Peoples and the Planet

Every September 5th, International Day of Indigenous Women celebrates the vital role of Indigenous women leaders for their communities, the ecosystems they inhabit, and, ultimately, all life on Earth.


Nara Bare 16x9

August 31, 2023

‘Holding back the sky’: Indigenous Peoples’ land rights are under threat in Brazil

By Nara Baré

In the Brazilian Senate this August, politicians are debating a bill whose logic can only be followed if you know nothing about the past 60 years of Brazilian history.


View of the Blackfeet Ceremonial Summer Camp 2023

August 18, 2023

Reconnecting with the Sacred: A Visit to the Blackfeet Ceremonial Summer Camp

Michael Painter, Managing Director, Programs

From July 19-25, 2023, Nia Tero's Blackfeet Nation partners held their annual summer circle camp outside Browning, Montana. It is an important time of the year when the Blackfeet Nation comes together to renew their sacred connections to the world.


Printmaking with hand pulling up graphic

August 9, 2023

Nia Tero’s Pacific Northwest (PNW) Art Fellowship Gathers In-Person on Coast Salish Territory in Seattle, Washington

Tracy Rector and Michelle Hurtubise

The 2023 cohort of Nia Tero's Pacific Northwest (PNW) Art Fellowship gather for the first time on Coast Salish Territory this August. Learn more about the program and gathering, as well as vibrant work of the artists in this fellowship.