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The Week That Was, October 5, 2015
Well For Culture: Elder Fitness, Yoga
Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power
The Pope & When Genocide Isn't Genocide
1st US Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
Indigenous Earthquake Tales Validated
Skins:Forced Sterilizations Native Women
Thank Indians for Latest Superfood
NMAI Profile: Bruce Whiteman Jr.
Fundamentalism II: God Loves Genocide
Jewell Big Week: Pope, Solarthon & $25K
Why'd the Rez Chicken Cross the Road?
Bristol Bay's Stunning Wild Salmon Run
Houska: 'The Green Inferno': Lousy Film
BC Tourism Links Cultures, Creates Jobs
Cultural Tourism Is a Growing Topic
Pol Disses Pope; Pope Disses Indians
OU Pres Supports Native Programs
Memorial for Jess Sixkiller
The Sale of Yucca Mountain Was an Attack
Thing About Skins
In the Land of My Ancestors: Native Woman Stands Her Ground in Ohlone Territory [14 Images]
Ann Marie Sayers walks by Cottonwood and Sycamore trees,...
‘Saint of Genocide’ Message Left at Mission Carmel After Serra Canonization
Four days after Pope Francis went through with the...
4 Congressional Land Grabs
Oak Flat, Arizona, and the summit of Mauna Kea, Hawaii, are...
‘Serra Is No Saint’ Day of Mourning in San Francisco
While Pope Francis was proclaiming Junipero Serra a Saint...
4 Native Entities That Opposed the Canonization of Junípero Serra (to No Avail)
Since Pope Francis first proposed canonizing Father...
Doctrine of Discovery: A Scandal In Plain Sight
In 2009, the Episcopal Church repudiated the Doctrine of...
American Indian History
Should the U.S. Congress Be in the Business of Telling Businesses What They Can Name Themselves?
Recently, Del. Eni F.H...
Historian and Founding Trustee of the National Museum of the American Indian Frederick E. Hoxie to Speak at Mitchell Museum of the American Indian
Author and historian Frederick E...
Student Creates List of Female Aboriginal Firsts
Doing a collage of indigenous female leaders proved challenging for student Sally Simpson. That’s because an easily accessible list of such women did not exist, until now...
Smithsonian Forums on the Living Indigenous Legacies of the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico
The Taino presence in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico can be found in the people and the cultures according to scholars conducting research in both places...
Honoring Our Warriors at the 10th Annual Lori Piestewa Memorial
Mary Kim Titla
“Ten years have passed and today I took it hard. Ten years ago today we lost our comrades...
Bringing the Two Row Wampum Treaty to Life
As part of the Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign a symbolic canoe trip from Albany to New York City will take place this summer with Haudenosaunee, other Natives and supporters...
Métis and Off-Reserve Aboriginals Await Outcome of Harper Appeal of Court Status Ruling
The Canadian government is appealing a court ruling that gives Métis and off-reserve aboriginals the same constitutional status as those who live on reserves...
Honoring Jim Thorpe, the World's Greatest Athlete, on the 60th Anniversary of His Death
Sixty years ago today, March 28, 1953, Jim Thorpe , Sac & Fox, died of a heart attack in California at the age of 66...
Lack of Tribal Consultation Leads to Conflict at a Denver Museum
When tribes, whose ancestors are the subject of a museum exhibit, are against that exhibit and ask for it to be closed pending further consultation, it’s obvious something is amiss...
Digging Up Hohokam History
The Pima Indian word for the Hohokam peoples translates to “all used up” or “the finished ones,” but archaeologists digging in Arizona’s University Indian Ridge Ruins continue to f...
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