Indigenous-Led Movements

Man smoking a pipe looking into camera

July 1, 2021

Sky Aelans Trailer

By Anne Quidez

Nia Tero is excited to announce the virtual premiere of Sky Aelans. The film will be available to watch online on August 9th at 12pm SBT (Solomon Islands Time) on International Indigenous Peoples’ Day.


Rosalie Fish in competition running gear with a red hand painted on her face

June 2, 2021

Spotlight: Not Invisible - Native Women on the Frontlines


This week, Seedcast is doing something a little different. We’re sharing an episode of the podcast “Not Invisible: Native Women on the Frontlines” by our friends and partners at Red House Project.


Man in guyana river

June 1, 2021

Indigenous Peoples' Representation in Guyana

By Sharon Austin

Guyana was initially colonized by the Europeans, who brought enslaved Africans to work on their plantations in the 17th century.


Sharon Austin

May 1, 2021

Amazonia Team Spotlight: Meet Sharon Austin

By Margarita Mora

At Nia Tero we have the privilege of working with Indigenous leaders from all over the world. Sharon Austin, Nia Tero’s regional lead for the Amazon, is one of them.


Colleen Echohawk speaking at an event

March 24, 2021

Planting Seeds with Colleen Echohawk


In the first Seedcast podcast episode of 2021, Chief Seattle Club Executive Director Colleen Echohawk (Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma), is currently running to be the first Indigenous mayor of Seattle, Washington.


Indigenous peoples in Paramaribo streets

March 1, 2021

Indigenous Peoples in Suriname Intensify Struggle for their Rights

By Max Ooft

Suriname is the only country in the Americas with Indigenous peoples and also Maroon tribal peoples, that has no comprehensive legislation on the rights of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples.