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Toward the Liberation of Our Nations
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Chickasaw Nation General Election
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Liberating Indigenous from Tradition
How Indians Left the Confederate Flag
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ATCR and Buffy Sainte-Marie Dance Track
Manning: Life, liberty, and Healing
Thing About Skins
7 Apologies Made to American Indians
The people in Bemidji, Minnesota are on a path to...
5 Things You Didn’t Think of as Native Technology
One of the biggest challenges for indigenous people in...
Red Cloud: A Life in Images
Born in 1822, Red Cloud was an Oglala Lakota war leader,...
‘Punched in the Gut’: Uncovering the Horrors of Boarding Schools
“No one has ever asked me before,” the elder explained. “...
Strawberry Thanksgiving Heralds Sweet Summer Treats
It was a small, but sweet gathering for Strawberry...
Whale Wars Group vs. Makah: Who Decides If Traditions Are Authentic?
It was overcast and drizzling the morning of May 17, 1999...
American Indian History
Erasing Bad Memories at Phoenix Indian School
Mentioning Phoenix Indian School brings back memories for a lot of people, most of them bad...
A Night at the (American Indian) Museum for the Indigenous Studies Association
Gale Courey Toensing
The Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) kicked off its 7 th annual meeting and conference this week with a full house of participants and a packed agenda...
From the Heart: Tulalip History and Memoir Is a Walk Back in Time
Two dozen years after her death, Harriette Shelton Dover continues to be a guide and an inspiration far beyond the Tulalip reservation...
Coquille Tribe Regains 3,200 Acres of Forested Ancestral Homeland in Oregon
The Coquille Indian Tribe in southern coastal Oregon purchased 3,200 ecologically and culturally significant acres of forestland in Oregon’s Siskiyou National Forest on May 21...
Captured: Wampanoag History Finally Exposed in Provincetown Exhibit
Visitors to the Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown, Massachusetts, finally have the opportunity to learn about 400-year-old historical events that lay buried beneath the myths of set...
Oak Flat Protesters Plan March on Washington to Protest Apache Land Grab
From Martin Luther King Junior’s “I Have a Dream” civil rights march on Washington to Dennis Banks’ and Russell Means’ American Indian Movement protests over sovereignty issues, so...
'Cultural Genocide,' Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls Residential Schools
Mary Annette Pember
It was a long time coming, but the words that residential school survivors and their loved ones had long awaited were finally uttered...
6,000 Kids Died in Residential Schools: Canada Truth and Reconciliation Commission
As nearly 10,000 walkers thronged through the streets of Ottawa on May 31 to recognize the suffering of residential school students, it was acknowledged that the work of the Truth ...
‘Cultural Genocide’: Canada's Top Judge Decries Treatment of Indigenous Peoples
What happened to Indigenous Peoples in Canada was nothing short of “cultural genocide,” Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin said in a recent speech...
Spirituality and Archaeology of Connecticut’s Real Indians
Lucianne Lavin’s book, “ Connecticut’s Indigenous Peoples ” is a history book, an archaeology text, and an honoring of Indigenous People’s relationship with the land, their spiritu...
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