Tulalip Tribal Court introduces Tulalip Community Give Back program by Kalvin Valdillez

With the late August weather reaching the mid-70’s on a Friday afternoon, cars zoomed across the recently widened bridge that spans across Quil Ceda Creek, windows down and music blaring. On the side of the bridge, nearest to 27th street, a group of volunteers were hard at work. Continue reading

Marvel’s Voices: Indigenous Voices #1, Anthology Celebrating the Indigenous heroes of the Marvel Universe

New York, NY — August 19, 2020 — This November, Marvel celebrates Indigenous history with a landmark special, MARVEL’S VOICES: INDIGENOUS VOICES #1, written and drawn by some of the industry’s most renowned Indigenous talent along with talents making their Marvel Comics debut! Continue reading

Gwich’in Steering Committee Statement on Trump Administration Push to Drill in the Arctic Refuge

August 17th, 2020 (Washington, D.C.) – Today, the Department of the Interior is expected to release a “record of decision” approving drilling in the entire coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Continue reading

Tulalip Tribes Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Plan: Strong and Ready for Change – ʔəsqʷiq̓ʷ čəɬ čəɬa ʔəsqʷibtxʷ dxʷʔal kʷi sʔləliʔil

When you talk to Patti Gobin in the Tulalip Tribes Natural Resources Department about how a changing climate will impact her people’s treaty rights and how they plan to adapt; it doesn’t take long to realize that the Tulalip Tribes are strong and ready for change. Continue reading