Articles by Joseph Lee
Joseph Lee is an Aquinnah Wampanoag writer and lives in New York City.
As the General Assembly meets, activists protest for Indigenous rights.
A new report says Indigenous communities face an alarming trend in access to clean water.
Nearly 200,000 people in Mississippi’s capital don’t have water to drink, flush toilets, or fight fires.
As the federal government calls for cuts, Indigenous leaders work to protect tribal water rights.