Articles by Joseph Lee
Joseph Lee is an Aquinnah Wampanoag writer and lives in New York City.
The largest global gathering of Indigenous leaders begins today at the UN. Here’s what you need to know.
The in-person summit offers leaders a rare opportunity to collaborate on stopping threats to Indigenous lands and lives.
How the world’s favorite conservation model was built on colonial violence
30x30 has been pitched as a key tool in the climate fight. Indigenous peoples say it threatens their lives.
The United Nations says Denmark and Greenland must address colonialism
As climate change alters Inuit life, experts call on governments to consult with Indigenous communities before mining.
After violent evictions, Indigenous Maasai call human rights investigation a sham
In Tanzania, thousands of Maasai are being removed from their homelands for tourism and conservation.