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High Country News 15m
“That’s a database & a system being complicit in the erasure and the genocide of Native people. If there is no data on us, we don’t exist.”
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A federal judge blasted the Trump administration for using outdated info & not following environmental law when approving .
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A new study highlights the role police data and media stereotypes play in the current epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
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High Country News 10h
It’s in the twitter thread. Go to #8
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Brian Calvert 22h
With fire season lengthening across the West, and given the tragedy of the , we think this is an appropriate time to discuss tips for safe evacuation from wildfires
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High Country News 14h
How can police solve a murder if they don’t know the race of the victim? A new study on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls identifies the lack of data as a serious obstacle.
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High Country News 15h
"How much of what is frightening and uncertain about the ongoing environmental history of this region can be encircled in the bright yellow of these rare blooms?"
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High Country News 16h
Police data sets on are often nonexistent, making them “complicit in the erasure and the genocide of Native people. If there is no data on us, we don’t exist.”
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High Country News 17h
recovery decisions are made in an ad hoc fashion. A new data tool could change the decision-making process for conservation funding.
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High Country News 17h
Hate crimes against increased 63% in 2017, according to a new report. Anti-American Indian groups receive little-to-no public scrutiny, compared to their anti-black and anti-Latino counterparts.
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High Country News 17h
The film avoids recurring, tired old plot points: white men (and women) finding their way, strangers in a strange land, learning valuable life lessons from the people they encounter.
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High Country News 18h
. shares some important advice for communities living with the threat of wildfire in this article:
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High Country News 18h
Give friends & family give the unique gift of in-depth reporting on the West. This goodie won't leave them howling for more because it comes all year long.
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High Country News 19h
Do you know the evacuation routes from your home? If you live in fire country, knowing how to evacuate can save lives.
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They say knowledge is power. Will new data tools be used to fuel recovery or justify extinctions?
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High Country News 20h
Having a written plan and knowing your escape routes are important steps to help prepare for .
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High Country News 21h
Researchers have developed new tools to analyze the cost/benefits of recovery plans. Are they a financially responsible solution or a justification for ignoring what really drives extinction?
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High Country News 21h
8/ The deadline to submit a comment on the management plan is tomorrow, Nov. 15:
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7/ Find all our coverage on in one place:
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