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Begaye Must Stop Escalade Nightmare
Gyasi Ross on His New Poetry Album
Review: Momofuku Ko and the Sioux Chef
The Mother of the Earth Returns
Big Two Months for the Samish Nation
Randy Mantooth of 'Emergency!'
DU Lacrosse Wins NCAA Championship
The South Does Rights Thing
Crowdsourcing Jackson Removal
The Burden of American Exceptionalism
$255.5 Million Settlement for Inuit
Shoni Schimmel Is no Longer a Rookie
Billboard Debuts Native Artist's Video
Cherokee Elder Talks Eating 'Steak'
Wahpepah-Harris: The Next Billy Mills?
Two Native Leaders’ Could be School Name
Memorials Honoring Native Warriors
Mills to Host a Day With WA Native Youth
Maintaining U.S. Status Quo at UN
The Week That Was
Thing About Skins
10-Year-Old Gets Mission Song Stricken from California School District Curriculum
A 10-year-old Wukchumni boy is changing the way one...
Elk Returning to Ho-Chunk Lands a Century After Being Driven Out
Elk once roamed Wisconsin, a native species. But they were...
Eyes On Jackson Removal: Tubman Over Mankiller in Unofficial Vote
The final votes are in and cosmic justice will not prevail...
From ‘Encouraged’ to ‘Mandatory’: Schools Must Teach Native History in Washington
There are 29 federally recognized indigenous nations in...
Iconic Big Dipper Totem Restored by Tlingit Carver
For nearly three quarters of a century, the Yax té totem...
‘No Accommodations for Indians:’ The Civil Rights Fight in North Carolina
When Hughie Maynor thinks about civil rights, he pictures a...
American Indian History
Photos: Remembering the First Known Pow Wow Held in a U.S. Combat Zone by Native Americans
In 2004, U.S. Army Sergeant Debra Mooney, Choctaw, and the 120th Engineer Combat Battalion staged the first pow wow held in a U.S. combat zone by Native Americans...
Jubilation and Celebration as Métis Mark Massive Land Claims Court Victory
From the verdict's announcement in Ottawa, to the jubilation at the airport in Winnipeg, the Métis spent this past weekend celebrating the validation of their 143-year-old land cla...
The Life of Angus Chavers, a Confederate POW
Dr. Dean Chavers
Most of the Lumbees who fought in the Civil War were in the Confederate Army...
Photographing Vanishing Cultures With a Huge Camera, Hoping for an Even Bigger Impact
A two-story-high photograph of Joe Yazzie towers over the viewer—every scar, wrinkle and hint of emotion on his face magnified...
Remember the Removal Bike Ride Marks 175th Anniversary of the Cherokee Nation's Trail of Tears
The 2013 Remember the Removal Bike Ride is the fifth annual bicycle ride commemorating the forced removal of the Cherokee Nation from its homelands during the winter of 1838-39...
Interior, NPS Establish 13 New National Historic Landmarks, Including Significant American Indian Sites
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Director of the National Park Service (NPS) Jonathan B...
Native Leader, Veteran and Pow Wow Head Man Dancer Charlie Harjo Walks On
Charles Anthony "Charlie" Harjo, Choctaw/Creek, has walked on...
Art of the Nations: New Exhibits at the National Museum of the American Indian
Works displaying the talents of Native artists from all over Turtle Island -- Cheyenne River Reservation in Wyoming to Belize in Central America -- are being featured at the Smiths...
Walk the Path of the Ancestors
The first person to walk here did so over a thousand years ago when the Hohokam arrived at what is now known as Colossal Cave Mountain Park in Vail, Arizona...
The Legend of Ojibwe John Beargrease and the Annual Sled Dog Marathon That Bears His Name
Beargrease brothers delivering mail...
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