Deadly Out-Of-Control Lake Isabella Wildfire Destroys 150 Homes
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Native Americans turn focus inward for political empowerment - Sat, 25 Jun 2016 PST
President Barack Obama, Hartford "Sonny" Black Eagle Jr. and Mary Black Eagle, center, bow their heads in prayer on Dec. 2, 2011, during the White House Tribal Nations Conference at the Interior Department in Washington. Black Eagle and his family adopted Obama during a traditional ceremony involving the candidate in the weeks leading up to Montana's Democratic primary.
Wildfires Rage Across Western US, but Homes Mostly Spared
For days, wildfires have raged amid spiking heat across Southern California and much of the West, driving hundreds of people from their homes. In the foothill suburbs northeast of Los Angeles, a major wildfire gave a major scare to homeowners when it broke out within feet of residential streets.
Native Americans turn focus inward for political empowerment
Lea Whitford remembers the first time she set foot in Montana's Capitol in Helena after a four-hour bus ride from the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. She and her high school classmates marveled at the ornate rotunda before entering a large office to meet one of the state's most politically important men, the governor.
Impact Journalism Day: Global Indigenous youth taking the planet in their hands
Sick of waiting: Indigenous youth leaders and climate change advocates Amelia Telford and Joseph White-Eyes are fighting for climate justice. This story is among more than 100 published worldwide in a co-operation between 50 news organisations for Impact Journalism Day.