Culture

August 30, 2016
By:
Mike Myers

A few days ago I posted a short blurb on my Facebook page reminding Haudenosaunee people that our Confederacy has a long standing treaty relationship with the Sioux Nations.

August 03, 2016
By:
Ruth Hopkins

There is a disconnect between white feminists and self-identifying feminists and womanists who are Women of Color (WoC). Unfortunately, this issue is likely to worsen as Hillary Clinton, a powerful white feminist herself, runs for President of the United States and white feminists feel emboldened

July 30, 2016
By:
Pamela J. Peters

I am Diné, an American Indian. Not the Indian princess of a Disney movie, not the enemy combatant in a Western film, not the romantic, stoic relic of an old Edward Curtis photograph.

July 29, 2016
By:
Rev. Tweedy Sombrero Navarrete & Shantha Ready Alonso

The cultural, spiritual, historical, and ecological riches of God’s creation are abundant in the area known as Bears Ears in southeast Utah.

July 17, 2016
By:
Terese Mailhot

Inspired by Carlos Castenada’s ethnography where he follows around a made-up, "magic" Native, I did some of my own ethnography, and followed around a f

July 10, 2016
By:
Steve Russell

Click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2.

July 08, 2016
By:
Charles Kader

The sounds and smells of summer are now with us across Indian Country today.

June 23, 2016
By:
Ruth Hopkins

Turtle Island and the Indigenous groups who have continuously occupied these lands are older than the United States of America. Our spiritual beliefs are tied to Ina Maka (Mother Earth).

June 20, 2016
By:
Harlan McKosato

The Gathering of Nations Pow Wow in Albuquerque is the stuff of legend. It is a destination point for many Native Americans across the nation. People look forward to it all year. It is a place where you can run into old snags or find a new one.

June 17, 2016
By:
Rachael Lorenzo

I am doing the best I can as an urban indigenous woman. I do not always remember to put my cornmeal down at sunrise, the Pueblo way. I keep forgetting to ask my tribal home visitor to bring us some pollen so I can teach my daughter how to pray the Apache way.

June 05, 2016
By:
Steve Russell

Born and raised in the Creek Nation, which has the misfortune to be situated in the buckle of the Bible belt, I did not come to the strange land of intellectuals equipped to accept feminism easily.

May 25, 2016
By:
Sen. John McCoy

I oppose disenrollment.

May 15, 2016
By:
Cynthia Coleman Emery

The US Supreme Court has declined to weigh in on a lower court ruling that will, in effect, allow ancient bones to be returned to American Indians in California.

May 14, 2016
By:
David Shorter

In 2002, I began working on my first website that would feature ethnographic and self-representations of the Yoeme people in northwes

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