Julian Brave NoiseCat


Julian Brave NoiseCat is a writer, wonk and activist. He is currently reporting from across Indian Country with generous support from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Indigenous Fellowship and High Country News' Diverse Western Voices Award. His writing can be found in The Guardian as well as the CBC, Vice, Jacobin, Fusion, HuffPost, Indian Country Today, The Marshall Project, Salon, High Country and other publications. His op-ed on the Attawapiskat suicide crisis won 1st place in the editorial category of the National Native Media Awards. Development, the flagship journal of the Society for International Development, published his work on the role of indigenous peoples in combating climate change, and the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights have invited him to consult for their General Comment on access to land and economic, social and cultural rights.