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$20B: US Support for American Indians
View From the Back of the Colonial Bus
21 Athletes Inducted to Hall of Fame
Bloody Roots of California's Vineyards
One Issue Ahead of Canada’s Election
Oneida Nation Offers Updated Technology
2 Miles: US Mexico Border Balloon Fence?
Indigenous Peoples Day in Portland
Tanya Fiddler to Run Native CDFI Network
Celebrating Columbus I: The Myths
Strikeforce Brings Aid to Rural Indians
Pope Francis and Indigenous Peoples
Gyasi Ross: OFFICIAL VIDEO 'Miss Lady'
Healing From Addiction in Barrow, Alaska
Reasons to NOT Celebrate the Kinzua Dam
Planets Dance Amid Draconid Meteors
Violations of Human Rights in Paraguay
Task Force Slated to Review Mascots
Grand Canyon Resort Corp. Names New CEO
Klamath Connection Puts Students Outside
Thing About Skins
Strumming the Soundtrack of Life: Kamaka Family Rocks the Ukulele
The soundtrack to many a Hawaiian daydream includes the...
Take That, Columbus! Celebrate NY Indigenous Peoples Day on Monday and Pow Wow This Weekend
Featuring over 500 Native American artists, educators,...
Growing Up Ojibwe: Brenda J. Child Wins Award for Historical Family Memoir
Author and historian Brenda J. Child has won the Jon Gjerde...
Bears Ears 1.9 Million–Acre Monument Would Be Unique Tribal-Federal Collaboration
Five Four Corners-area tribes have united to propose a 1.9...
Talking Stick and Feather: Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power of Free Speech
As Peace Makers in tribal court, it is ultimately important...
The First American Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
“We don’t have a word for hero. But you can say a hero is...
American Indian History
New Fort Robinson Memorial Will Honor Crazy Horse and His Band
Crazy Horse was killed at Fort Robinson in 1877, marked solely by a rough carved stone set in the remaining foundation of the guardhouse where he was killed...
Indigenous Diversities: Each Nation Is Different
Indigenous nations are extremely diverse in terms of languages, lands, governments, cultures, races, and nowadays even rural and urban residence...
5 More Odd Facts About the Difficult, Tortured History of Virginia Indians
The Chickahominy Obligation to Fight the Spanish The Chickahominy have less than a thousand souls still maintaining tribal relations, and about 15 percent of those broke off in 198...
Two Studies Find Ties Between Native Americans and Australia; Disagree on Everything Else
Two new research studies, published in two separate scientific journals, have found that the DNA of certain Amazonian Indian tribes are similar to those of the indigenous inhabitan...
How Salt Built Civilization
There must be something strangely sacred in salt. It is in our tears, and in the sea...
NAGPRA Awards $1.5 Million for Repatriation of Ancestors' Remains and Sacred Objects
Remains of more than 300 ancestors could soon return home, thanks to $1.5 million in grants awarded to 15 tribes and 16 museums under the Native American Graves Protection and Repa...
Notes From a Single Mom: Our Founding ‘Feathers’
History was never my favorite subject in school...
4 Native Women Redefine Security and Fight for Sacred Places
“Welcome to Ohlone territory!...
The Battle For Mesa Prieta’s Petroglyphs
Mesa Prieta rises above the Rio Grande Valley in remote country west of Santa Fe, New Mexico...
5 Odd Facts About the Difficult, Tortured History of Virginia Indians
Disappearing Indians by Legislation Virginia Indians were virtually legislated out of existence during the American infatuation with eugenics, the dark side of the Progressive Era...
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