Krista Lee Langlois
As scientists find more tattoos on preserved remains from Indigenous cultures, artists living today are drawing from them to revive cultural traditions.
New York Times, July 2021
Photo by Bettina Garcia
An arcane policy prevents legal immigrants from the Marshall Islands from receiving health care benefits.
The New Territory, October 2017
A historic legal victory could give Alaska tribes more control over their fish, wildlife and homelands.
High Country News, July 2016
A journey through the old-growth rainforest of Alaska's Tongass National Forest, one of the world's greatest carbon reserves
Sierra, June 2022
For a decade, zookeepers have known that something strange was stopping the giant animals’ hearts—and now they’re beginning to trace the culprit to their guts.
The Atlantic, March 2018
Photo by Roger Ahlbrand
To belong to a place, sometimes you have to confront the darkness.
Adventure Journal Quarterly, October 2017
Can Marshall Islanders whose lives are tied to the sea maintain their culture in Oklahoma?
Hakai, November 2015
A rash of proposed laws seek to exclude transgender youth from interscholastic sports, depriving them of community and confidence-building skills.
Outside, March 2021
Photo by Rick Bowmer
Hardline immigration policies have forced a growing number of immigrants into "a cage within a cage," including Rosa Sabido of Mancos, Colorado.
Pacific Standard, May 2018
An Outside investigation of sexual harassment in outdoor workplaces, where unwanted advances, discrimination, and assault are a frequent and destructive occurrence for far too many women.
Outside, January 2018
Puebloan people and archeologists work together to untangle the mysteries of human migrations.
High Country News, October 2017
And how Indigenous voters fought back with a series of successful lawsuits.
High Country News, June 2016
Photo by Jonathan Thompson
By adapting ancient practices to modern challenges, Pacific Islanders are charting a new course for ocean conservation.
Nautilus, February 2021