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No Jail Time for Beer, Slur-Hurling Man
Seismic Testing Nixed for Season: Inuit
Celebrate Sheep—Symbols of the Good Life
Will Gay Marriage Split Indian Country?
What's on the Menu?
Manhattanhenge Adds Solar Magic to Grid
Oglala Do Not Claim Ellie Reynolds
Native Humor! Funny Sherman Alexie Quips
Embracing Your Powerful Inner Spirit
Online Challenges to Save Languages
NYT Flags Oak Flat: Ultimate Corruption
Warm-Blooded Fish; Apple Watch Dog
Freddie Gray and Baltimore's Urban India
Research Says the Inuit Came from Alaska
Thompson Wins Tewarraton Award Again
Lies Your Maps Tell You: Decolonial Atla
When Justice Doesn’t Work
How to Protect Native Children—and ICWA
John Sayles Seeks Cast for Carlisle Film
SLU Removes Statue of Priest and Natives
Thing About Skins
Crowdsourcing Jackson Removal
New York Times columnist Gail Collins has dived into the...
10-Year-Old Gets Mission Song Stricken from California School District Curriculum
A 10-year-old Wukchumni boy is changing the way one...
Elk Returning to Ho-Chunk Lands a Century After Being Driven Out
Elk once roamed Wisconsin, a native species. But they were...
Eyes On Jackson Removal: Tubman Over Mankiller in Unofficial Vote
The final votes are in and cosmic justice will not prevail...
From ‘Encouraged’ to ‘Mandatory’: Schools Must Teach Native History in Washington
There are 29 federally recognized indigenous nations in...
Iconic Big Dipper Totem Restored by Tlingit Carver
For nearly three quarters of a century, the Yax té totem...
American Indian History
Climate Change, Geologists, Genesis, and a New Epoch
There is time and then there is geological time. Like many concepts scientists find convenient, geological time has suffered from perceived conflicts with sacred myths...
Did the Deaths of 50 Million Indians Cause Climate Change?
No historian seriously questions that the European invasion of the Americas resulted in millions of deaths. The serious debate has been how many millions...
Pueblo Women Endure, A Closer Look for Women’s History Month
The Europeans had ideas about Indians that were difficult to displace with facts...
California Osages Want More Culture
In a large senior citizen center in Carlsbad, California, the sound of people laughing and visiting fills a dining hall...
UW Longhouse Opens Tomorrow, Will Encourage Higher Education
The second longhouse to be built in Seattle since earlier longhouses were destroyed in the late 1800s will be opened on March 12, this time at the University of Washington...
Sowing and Distributing Centuries-Old Seeds
“Feel them. Smell them. Taste them,” urged instructor Melissa Kruse-Peeples, the Conservation Program Manager at Native Seeds/SEARCH...
Some New, Some Old: 8 Mainstream Uses of the Term ‘Indian Giver’
As history has shown, the term “Indian giver” has managed to pop up here and there in a plethora of ways, much to the dismay of those concerned of its negative connotations in Indi...
Rare Fifth-Century Native Pendant Unearthed in Ohio
Crews digging a ditch uncovered a rare Native American pendant in Newtown, Ohio at the beginning of March...
Native Hawaiian Hair is ‘Thick as Blood’ Says Essay Winner
Each year the Young Native Writers Essay Contest encourages Native American students to write about their experiences as a member of the Native community and the culture that inspi...
Huge Sculpture Commemorating Choctaw Kindness Takes Shape in Ireland
Plans are underway to erect a sculpture that memorializes the aid that the Choctaw people sent to Ireland during the Great Irish Famine...
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