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Strumming the Soundtrack of Life: Kamaka Family Rocks the Ukulele
The soundtrack to many a Hawaiian daydream includes the...
Take That, Columbus! Celebrate NY Indigenous Peoples Day on Monday and Pow Wow This Weekend
Featuring over 500 Native American artists, educators,...
Growing Up Ojibwe: Brenda J. Child Wins Award for Historical Family Memoir
Author and historian Brenda J. Child has won the Jon Gjerde...
Bears Ears 1.9 Million–Acre Monument Would Be Unique Tribal-Federal Collaboration
Five Four Corners-area tribes have united to propose a 1.9...
Talking Stick and Feather: Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power of Free Speech
As Peace Makers in tribal court, it is ultimately important...
The First American Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
“We don’t have a word for hero. But you can say a hero is...
American Indian History
Native Students Struggle for Space at Columbia University
Not since its founding in 1754 has Columbia University in New York City offered the Native American community a permanent residence on campus...
Mayan Ceremonies in Guatemala Celebrate the New Cycle
Mayan priests and special guests celebrated the Fire Ceremony on December 21 in the ancient city of Tikal, Guatemala to welcome the first rays of the sun and the beginning of a new...
Cayuga Museum Receives Replica Wampum Belt for Returning Haudenosaunee Spiritual Objects
Gale Courey Toensing
The Onondaga Nation has presented the Cayuga Museum of History and Art with a replica of a Haudenosaunee Confederacy wampum belt in appreciation for the return of 21 objects of spi...
Toward a New Era: End-of-Year Message by Grand Chief Edward John, Chair of the U.N. Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Grand Chief Edward John, Chair of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, released a holiday message as 2012 wound down...
Late Shakopee Chairman Crooks Named Person of the Year
The late Stanley R. Crooks, who served as the chairman of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community for 20 years, was named the 2012 Person of the Year by Shakopee.Patch.com...
Native Languages in 'Extreme Danger'
A recent article appearing on HuffingtonPost.com by Lance A...
Roadblock Keeps Whiteclay Quiet on New Year’s Eve
Tribal police searched each and every vehicle returning from Whiteclay, Nebraska on Monday night, as a long line of drivers headed for the Pine Ridge Reservation waited patiently...
Tiny Horrors: A Chilling Reminder of How Cruel Assimilation Was—And Is
Mary Annette Pember
For such small objects, the child’s handcuffs are surprisingly heavy when cradled in the palms of one’s hand...
Cliff SiJohn, Coeur d’Alene Cultural Historian, Walks On
Cliff SiJohn passed away December 24. He was serving as director of cultural awareness at the Coeur d’Alene Hotel/Casino at the time of his death...
Cherokee Preservation Foundation Names New Executive Director
The Cherokee Preservation Foundation has named Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle to succeed Susan Jenkins as its executive director, effective January 2, 2013...
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