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50 Faces of Indian Country, Part II
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50 Faces of Indian Country, Part I
Chasing the Political Homicide Record
No Fight Too Small in Racism Battle
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Thing About Skins
9 Ways Native Men Can Heal From Historical Trauma
Historical trauma has taken its toll on Native people, and...
Endangered Species v. Endangered Peoples: The Conservation Con
Britain’s Sunday Times ran an article by Norman Lewis in...
Science Blows Up Big Lies: Pre-Columbian Peoples Skilled Farmers, and Many Millions Killed by Invasion
We call it the European Invasion but modern academics have...
Students to Premiere Navajo Oral History Documentaries
The life stories of four Navajo elders are featured in...
Pope Francis to Get a Taste of Osage History Through Ballet While Visiting PA
Pope Francis is scheduled to attend a performance by the...
Video: Was Sen. John McCain Run Off the Navajo Nation?
Reports, and a video, have surfaced claiming that...
American Indian History
Tribes Reach $9 Million Goal and Purchase Sacred Site of Pe' Sla
In a historic culmination of events leading up to the Pe’ Sla purchase deadline of November 30, the Great Sioux Nation, or Oceti Sakowin has managed to raise the $9 million necessa...
American Indian Movement Leader, Mary Jane Wilson, Walks On
Renée Roman Nose
Mary Jane “MJ” Wilson Medrano was 75 when she passed on November 14 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She leaves behind family, friends, and a commitment to justice that will never fade...
Native American Heritage Month: From Place Names to Literature, Indigenous Incarnations Are All Around Us
A commentary in the Providence Journal of Rhode Island celebrates Native American Heritage Month by talking about the constant, obvious-yet-invisible reminders that the Indigenous ...
Seminole Tribe Council Oak Vying for Historic Register Status
The Seminole Tribe has nominated its Council Oak Tree, a long-standing, traditional gathering place, to appear on the National Register of Historic Places, the Orlando Sentinel rep...
Radio Program Sheds Light on Minnesota’s Little Known History
It is the year that Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has declared a reconciliation and renounced the call from that same office in 1862 to exterminate or remove all Dakota people fro...
Native American Heritage Month: 'To Those Who Carry the Blood,' a Poem by Richard Walker
Richard Walker, Mexican/Yaqui, is a newspaper editor in Kitsap County, Washington, as well as a correspondent for Indian Country Today Media Network...
Voices Echo Through Time to Condemn Sand Creek Massacre
On a windswept prairie in southeastern Colorado, some people say they can still hear the cries of those killed in the Sand Creek Massacre of November 29, 1864...
Longhouse in Lancaster, Pennsylvania Completed
It took more than 300 volunteers, several months of detailed construction and determination to heal misunderstandings and abuse against Native Americans three centuries ago to buil...
Native American Heritage Month: Check Out These Animated Stories on YouTube
One may not think of YouTube as being a place to find information about Native American history, but a number of individuals and tribes have taken to using animation to tell their ...
'The True Spirit of Thanksgiving': Oneida Nation's Macy's Parade Float Captivates the Crowds
As the Oneida Nation float made its way down Broadway in this year’s 86th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, “Thank you for giving us Thanksgiving" was the most popular cheer heard fr...
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