Gabriel Furshong lives in Helena, Montana, where he writes for The Nation, The American Prospect, and other publications.
The Little Shell Tribe of Montana Just Got Federal Recognition. Why Did It Take So Long?
Five generations of Little Shell people lived and died as members of an American Indian tribe that, according to the federal government, didn’t exist. Gerald Gray, 52, represents the sixth generation... MORE
Rural America · December 23, 2019
At the University of Montana, You Must Pass an Anti-Rape Test Before You Register
After Jon Krakauer exposed a rape epidemic, the university embarked on a radical experiment in stopping sexual assault. MORE
Act Locally · May 28, 2018
How to Pass Gun Control in the Sixth-Most-Gun-Owning State in America
A Missoula ordinance could provide a model for life-saving legislation in states where guns 'are a religion' MORE
Act Locally · March 1, 2016