Land Back: A Necessary Act of Reparations


This article explores the Land Back movement, an intersectional movement for racial justice by Indigenous peoples with the end goal of having lands returned to Indigenous stewardship. The history of stealing Indigenous lands in the United States, the demands of the movement, and the reparations sought by Native Nations and Indigenous peoples are outlined.

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Resources & Tools

Graphic displaying title of policy 'Return Lands to Indigenous Native Populations'
Return Lands to Indigenous Native Populations
Resource - Policy Brief
Published on 10/28/2021

Data & Metrics

Collage of images of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color with teal, olive green, golden yellow, and burnt orange transparent overlays. Bold white text on charcoal background at the top reads
BIPOC Health Equity Library
Published on 09/27/2022
Photo of an Indigenous person holding a drum. Behind them is a scene of a lake and forested mountains.
Indigenous Knowledge Library
Published on 08/04/2022