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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
They Stole Our Soup! The Native Origins of ‘New England’ Clam Chowder
You may never have heard of Quahog Chowder, but there’s a good chance this soup is already on your list of favorites...
Smithsonian Receives Duke Kahanamoku Surfboard; Luau Ensues
Five historically significant surfboards, including one shaped by Duke Kahanamoku, are on their way to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C...
Clam Chowder, Corn, Lobster: Fourth of July Summer Classics Are All Native
The most classic Fourth of July foods are based in authentic Native cuisine, but for the first 100 years after the pilgrims arrived, they wouldn’t even eat the foods Europeans now ...
Botanical Magic: Medicine Woman’s In-Depth Study Reveals Plants' Offerings
Tanya H. Lee
Plants Have So Much to Give Us, All We Have to Do is Ask: Anishinaabe Botanical Teachings (University of Minnesota Press, 2015) is published by a university press for a reason—it i...
Indigenous People Eschew Canada Day Celebrations
It’s Canada Day north of the 49th Parallel, when bands play, fireworks light the sky, maple leaf flags flutter proudly in the breeze, and barbeques send tantalizing smells wafting ...
Imagining Reconciliation: Bemidji Group Works Toward Common Ground
Tanya H. Lee
A grassroots movement led by people in the town of Bemidji, Minnesota, and their neighbors both on and off nearby reservations have set out to find a path to reconciliation between...
7 Apologies Made to American Indians
Tanya H. Lee
The people in Bemidji, Minnesota are on a path to reconciliation between whites and American Indians...
Joyous Celebration: Feting Canada With Indigenous Song, Dance and Art
Drumbeats thundered around the inner harbor in the heart of picturesque Victoria, British Columbia...
5 Things You Didn’t Think of as Native Technology
One of the biggest challenges for indigenous people in North America (and elsewhere) arises when it comes to being seen (or not) by European settlers as peoples with legitimate sys...
Red Cloud: A Life in Images
Born in 1822, Red Cloud was an Oglala Lakota war leader, chief and worthy opponent against the United States Army...
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