“How One Tribe Is Fighting for Their Food Culture in the Face of Climate Change,” February 27, 2019, TalkPoverty

"Truth as healing: How one state is confronting Native American child removal," Winter 2019 issue, Yes! Magazine.

"Missing, Murdered, But Never Forgotten: Violence, Colonialism, and Justice for Indigenous Women," Issue #80 Fall 2018, Bitch Magazine

"Native Language Schools are Taking Back Education," April 19, 2018, Yes! Magazine

"Indigenous communities have already been harmed by 'America's Harvest Box,'" February 27, 2018, Bitch Media

"Opening Wounds: 'Heart Berries' is the coming of age manifesto for Native American girls," February 5, 2018, Bitch Media

"Remembering Misty Upham in the Era of #TimesUp and #MeToo," January 11, 2018, Wear Your Voice Magazine

"Hey Nicki Minaj, Pocahontas was a rape survivor, not a sex symbol," November 20, 2017, Bitch Media

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"Unnatural Selection: How Racism Warps Scientific Truth," Issue #76, Fall 2017, Bitch Magazine

"15 Indigenous Feminists to Know, Read, and Listen To," April 19, 2017, Bitch Media

"How racism pollutes our communities: Grappling with environmental justice as an old industrial city," October 26, 2017, Metropolitan Planning Council Blog

"What Does Equity Have to Do with Tech?" co-authored with MarySue Barrett, September 5, 2017, Meeting of the Minds

"Approaching Contemporary American Indian Mental Health Disparities Through Ceremony," Tapestries: Interwoven voices of local and global identities: Vol. 4: Iss. 1, Article 11, Spring 2015, Tapestries, Macalester College American Studies Journal

"Why racism is dumb," 2002. Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Writing Contest, 3rd Place (age 8)., Missoulian