Series Exclusives

We present you with all past, present and upcoming series exclusive to Intercontinental Cry
by August 15, 2012

Food as Medicine

In this new series, we explore the health impacts of traditional foods and what twelve indigenous communties are doing to restore their traditional foodways and regain their health in the process

Medicine Stories

In this twelve-part series, we explore a variety of indigenous medicine practices and the challenges that Indigenous peoples face in keeping their medicine ways alive!

Amherst Stories

Intercontinental Cry teams up with a group of students at Amherst College to focus public discourse on a wide range of subjects, including the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Grand Canyon Futures

In this special twelve-part series, IC investigates the Canyon uranium mine and other uranium threats in this iconic natural landscape. Produced in partnership with Toward Freedom.

Guardians of Mother Earth

IC takes you into the U’wa Resguardo, an indigenous territory in Colombia that is restricted to all outsiders.

Behind the Miskito Curtain

Miskitos refugees are streaming out of their traditional territories to escape the escalating conflict with ‘colonos’ who are attempting to violently & illegally seize ancestral Miskito land. This upcoming series will bring you to the frontlines.

Keep It In The Ground

In this exclusive series, Intercontinental Cry and the Indigenous Environmental Network join forces to cover the Fight against the Fossil Fuel Industry in the Gulf and related struggles.

Under the Nuclear Cloud

A four-part series that draws on preliminary results from the crowdfunded Radiation Exposure Risk Assessment Action Project by the Center for World Indigenous Studies (CWIS).

Church & State

Jay Taber takes a close look at religious hysteria in America and the spiritual warfare of Puritanical conservatism against socialism and the Indigenous Peoples Movement.

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