Biological samples have been used for purposes that don’t benefit indigenous people. The Native BioData Consortium is working to change that. Plus, how a Long Island tribal nation is fighting climate change and development. And why saving the wetlands can save the world.
Native American protesters and their allies have helped keep substantial amounts of fossil fuels in the ground.
A new podcast from WSHU Public Radio explores the intersection of Native American territory, climate change, and suburbia in one of the wealthiest parts of the East Coast.
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Biological samples have been used for purposes that don’t benefit indigenous people. The Native BioData Consortium is working to change that.
As the government plans to spend $1 billion on at-home testing, a science reporter and an epidemiologist unpack this week’s pandemic news.
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A new study highlights the variety of barriers that impact trans youth seeking care, from legal obstacles to stigma from doctors.
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Listen to researchers share how spiders woo their partners, and join a worldwide listening party.