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9 Ways Native Men Can Heal From Historical Trauma
Historical trauma has taken its toll on Native people, and...
Endangered Species v. Endangered Peoples: The Conservation Con
Britain’s Sunday Times ran an article by Norman Lewis in...
Science Blows Up Big Lies: Pre-Columbian Peoples Skilled Farmers, and Many Millions Killed by Invasion
We call it the European Invasion but modern academics have...
Students to Premiere Navajo Oral History Documentaries
The life stories of four Navajo elders are featured in...
Pope Francis to Get a Taste of Osage History Through Ballet While Visiting PA
Pope Francis is scheduled to attend a performance by the...
Video: Was Sen. John McCain Run Off the Navajo Nation?
Reports, and a video, have surfaced claiming that...
American Indian History
Crazy Horse & Custer Resurrected for New Play Against Family’s Wishes
For more than a month, Doug Bissonette, has been trying to reason with the producer of a new play called, “ Crazy Horse and Custer ” because he says the play misrepresents Crazy Ho...
Are Ancestors Haunting Hearst Gymnasium at UC Berkeley?
The Daily Clog calls it the “Haunted House of Hearst,” Native American tribes know it isn’t the proper place for their ancestors, but some 10,000 sets of human remains are housed u...
6 Costumes Nobody Should Wear This Halloween or Ever
To educate students and staff, the University of Colorado Boulder is again partnering with Ohio University’s Students Teaching About Racism (S.T.A.R.) to show people what not to we...
Archbishop Says Aboriginal Rights Most Important Issue in Canada
Archbishop James Weisgerber of Manitoba, long a friend of Indigenous Peoples in Canada, has announced his retirement...
Mourning Dove Soars: Celebrate the First Native Woman to Publish a Novel
She was taught to read with dime novels, and according to family legend was born in a canoe between 1884 and 1888...
Native History: The Birth of Denver, From Boom to Bust to Boom
This Date in Native History: The first store in Denver, Colorado is believed to have opened on October 29, 1858, less than a month before the frontier town was incorporated and giv...
Native History: The Statue of Liberty Stands for a Legacy of Hypocrisy
This Date in Native History: On October 28, 1886 the Statue of Liberty first shined her light on the American harbors, promising freedom and liberty to all who entered...
Before Schimmel: The Indian Women Who Became Basketball Champions
Tip-off to basketball season is right around the corner. Shoni and Jude Schimmel are back at the University of Louisville, poised for another run at the national championships...
Using Google+ to Teach Native History and Culture from 900 Miles Away
Using social media in new and innovative ways is fast becoming the norm nowadays, but occasionally teachers like Mrs. Jennifer Albers come along and raise the bar even higher...
Three Affiliated Tribes Historian Selected for Community Scholar Award
Calvin Grinnell, historian for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation, will be presented with the Paul V...
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