From the Blog

A Museum for the Movement: Introducing our New Visual Identity

This blog post traces the evolution of The Natural History Museum, introducing our new visual identity, logo, and website.


The Salmon Nations Speak

Salmon are on the brink of extinction. But communities are fighting back, summoning the power of ancestral knowledge and practices to defeat proposed mega-mines and decrepit dams that stand as both monuments to colonialism and barriers to spawning salmon. This week, Salmon Peoples of the Pan-Pacific are coming together for the International Indigenous Salmon Seas Symposium. Join us there.


Clean Energy Justice: Stories from the Front Lines of Defense

We joined with Indigenous, Gulf South, and Appalachian communities on the frontlines of extraction to produce the Clean Energy Justice Convergence: a series of expeditions and events shining a spotlight on the costs, health impacts, and environmental devastation associated with fossil fuel-based energy systems.


Protect the land: Respect tribal consent

Tribal communities have been forced to defend the land, waters, and resources from destruction and degradation for all of us. The U.S. must recognize the traditional, legal, and moral rights of Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples to protect sacred places.