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Navajo Suit Against Urban Outfitters
KivaSun Distributes Bison Through FDPIR
Indian Policy ‘Fraudulent and Brutal’
Searching for the Murdered and Missing
'Burned Over' Region Still Indian-Owned
Diné Athletes Told To Remove Hairstyle
Marijuana Is Not Our Sacrament
2016 World Hoop Dance Championships
El Jefe, The Boss, Master of His Domain
Sanders Announcement at Tribal Meeting
Rosebud Seeking Return of Relatives
Firm's Pro Bono Service Helps Tribes
ASU Students Study Yellowstone Volcano
Take Only What You Need
Frybread 101: Basic Recipe and Timeline
‘Stop Disenrollment’ Movement Launches
Oklahoma Indian in the Nation’s Capital
GOP Debate VIII
The Week That Was: February 7, 2016
Assimilation, Integration, Colonization
Thing About Skins
Steve Russell: In Search of Will Rogers via 'The Verdigris'
Beau Jennings is a guitar picker who admits to a Will...
Rogue Agencies Can Ignore Historic Preservation Law
A lawsuit filed October 2015 by the Coyote Valley Band of...
‘Bring Me The Girl’: Why ‘The Revenant’ was Hard for My Friends and Me
When a friend brought over a copy of The Revenant I was...
James Monroe: Pushed Tribes Off Land, But Boosted Indian Education
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
An Indigenous Friendly Nation State?
Most indigenous Peoples are willing to participate in...
Not Sold In Stores: Cherokee Nation to Disperse Heirloom Seeds February 1
The Cherokee Nation will begin dispersing its limited...
American Indian History
Wounded Knee: Healing the Wounds of the Past
Tuesday, December 29, 2015, marks the 125th anniversary of the Massacre at Wounded Knee, a “sad and horrible event” Native and non-Native Americans still struggle to comprehend...
Video: What Is An Indian? Immersion Course Challenges Students to Learn About Native Culture
University of Michigan News
What is an Indian?...
8 Ways to Learn About Wounded Knee
Tanya H. Lee
This year is the 125th anniversary of the December 29, 1890 massacre of a band of Miniconjou Lakota led by Chief Spotted Elk, who was called Big Foot by the government...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, December 27, 2015
Winter, Star Wars , a grave robber and a Christmas full moon were just some of the headlines grabbing attention in Indian country this past week...
Students’ Research Could Become Cherokee Biographies for Children
A group of University of Tennessee students spent this fall delving into the lives of Cherokees who called East Tennessee home in the 1800s, before they were forcibly removed and r...
Sham Trials: The Traumatic Truth of What Happened to the Dakota 38
A ghost of Christmas past haunts the Dakota to this day—the ghost of a great injustice to 38 men hanged the day after Christmas in 1862, of injustice to 265 others also convicted i...
Subjects, Christians and Citizens: Paying the Cost of Colonization
When did colonialism start? How can we recognize it into the present? According to international law, colonialism started when explorers claimed the land for a Christian king...
First Elder-in-Residence Serves as Native American Link to the Past
Cal Poly Pomona
As a child, Lorene Sisquoc remembers spending summers with her grandmother and her great-aunts as they passed down stories about the feats of tribal leaders and ancient customs and...
The Christmas Bombings: Thankful for Being Alive
Dr. Dean Chavers
I got out of the Air Force in 1968 after flying in Viet Nam. Thank God for the B-52, the greatest airplane ever made. It saved our lives more than once...
Remembering the Dakota 38: A List of Those Executed in 1862
It has been 153 years since the largest mass execution ever seen in the United States took place on December 26, 1862...
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