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About Jenni Monet

Jenni Monet is an award-winning journalist and tribal member of the Pueblo of Laguna in New Mexico. She’s also executive producer and host of the podcast Still Here. @jennimonet

Articles by Jenni Monet

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

What Standing Rock gave the world

The Indigenous struggle that goes hand in hand with protecting the Earth was made visible for everyone.

Movimientos sociales indígenas: periodismo versus activismo en tiempos de resistencia

Etiquetar a los periodistas nativos americanos como "activistas" simplemente por su herencia cultural ayuda a minimizar aún más la narrativa indígena. English

Indigenous social movements: journalism versus activism in times of resistance

Labelling Native American journalists as "activists" simply because of their heritage helps to further diminish the Indigenous narrative.  

Sheriffs refuse to send troops to Standing Rock as public outrage mounts

The state governor has ordered the Dakota Access Pipeline protesters to evacuate, but will the authorities enforce that decision?

Climate justice meets racism: Standing Rock was decades in the making

The militarized response to activists opposing the Dakota Access pipeline—and the Standing Rock Sioux’s fierce resolve—reflect the area's deep racial divides.

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