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Video: Strawberry Queen Talks Frugality
NMAI Profile: Robert J. Welch Jr.
Marijuana Is Not Harmless
Miss Indian World to End Reign
NMAI Profile: Robert James Super
Photo: Cutest Pow Wow Kid of the Week
It’s Time for Asparagus
Fawn Sharp Re-Elected Quinault President
A Conversation at a Washington Game
'Marlon Brando,' Hip Hop by Gyasi Ross
NB3 Foundation Gifts $80,000
10 MORE Signs You May Be Native
Corgi Orgy; North Pole Walk
4 Ways to Show Support for Mauna Kea
Harjo to be Honored With Homecoming
The Fight to Stop Seismic Slaughter
Jude Schimmel Not Drafted
‘Can-Do’ Attitude Raises Hopes
Blending Modern and Traditional Medicine
Indigenous Wayuu Children Dying
Thing About Skins
Dump Jackson From the $20; Replace him with a Mankiller
It’s time for an update on the women organizing what some...
10 Fascinating Documentaries About Native Americans You Can Watch Right Now
Information is power, and communicating it is vital....
Happy Birthday America’s Nazis! Marking 20 Years of Stupid, Violent Racism
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Stormfront, the...
Changing Perceptions and Making Connections—One Map at a Time
In the beginning, there were no lines. Prior to 1492, North...
Some Old, Some New: 10 Products, Places, and Items Called Squaw
Though the origin of the word “squaw” is a topic that has...
Lying to Children About the California Missions and the Indian
All my life, I have heard only one story about California...
American Indian History
Native History: Cheyenne Village Destroyed to Avenge Custer’s Defeat
This Date in Native History: On November 25, 1876, U.S. troops led by Colonel Ranald S...
Native History: ‘Black Elk Speaks’ Author Dies at 92
This Date in Native History: On November 24, 1973, John G. Neihardt, 92, poet laureate and author of Black Elk Speaks , died of natural causes...
Native History: Chief Joseph Brant Walked in Two Worlds
This Date in Native history: On November 24, 1807, Mohawk Chief Thayendanegea died at his home in Burlington, Ontario, Canada...
Native History: Astronaut John B. Herrington, Chickasaw, Becomes First American Indian in Space
Liftoff on November 23, 2002, set in motion a lot more than space shuttle Endeavour for NASA astronaut John Herrington, Chickasaw...
The Revelation: Poetry for Heritage Month
Richard Walker, Mexican/Yaqui, is a journalist living on the Kitsap Peninsula of Washington state...
Video: Johnny Cash Sings About Kinzua Dam, Which JFK Didn’t Stop
Construction of the Kinzua Dam on the Allegheny River in Warren, Pennsylvania began in 1960, against the wishes of the Seneca Nation of Indians...
6 Things JFK Did—or Didn’t Do—for Natives Before His Death
John F. Kennedy, the 35 th President of the United States, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas more than 50 years ago...
Maidu Poised to Regain Ancestral Land
There is a 2,325-acre parcel of relatively pristine land that once belonged to a group of Maidu Indians in Plumas County, California called Humbug Valley...
Wampanoag to Appear in Plymouth Thanksgiving Parade for First Time
For the first time ever, members of the Wampanoag Tribe will participate in the annual America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade in Plymouth, Massachusetts...
Some Alabama Students Aren’t Sorry About ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
The offensive “Trail of Tears” banner displayed at a November 15 football game in Alabama even prompted a response from the Cherokee Nation...
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