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A Living Legacy: Honored Elder Finds Strength in Her Chickasaw Heritage
Irene Pettigrew Digby is a living legacy. As she celebrates...
Genetics is Your Friend: Natives Not Anti-Science, Just Anti-Exploitation
Three young Native American geneticists are making their...
Video: Cherokee Elder Remembers Making Mud Pies and Playing With Dolls
Cherokee Elder Ollie Jean Brown, of Oklahoma, tells viewers...
For Tribes in U.S., a Movement to Revive Native Foods and Lands
On ancestral lands, the Fond du Lac band in Minnesota is...
Tribes Ask President Obama to Designate Bears Ears as National Monument
Five tribes formally unveiled their proposal on October 15...
From Burmese to German: Matika Wilbur Makes New Yorkers Guess Who’s Indigenous
Burmese. Hispanic. Brazilian. These are just some of the...
When First Nations Burial Sites and Development Collide
By Judith Sayers, Maureen Grant, Dave Schaepe, Robert Phillips and Murray Brown, TheTyee.ca ; originally ran on 18 August 2014; reprinted with permission...
B.C. Indian Chiefs Register 'Utter Disgust' at Building Permit on Sacred Grace Islet Burial Ground
The British Columbia government has granted permits for a mansion to be built on the tiny burial-ground island of Grace Islet...
Lummi’s Fight to Save the Salish Sea From Coal Terminals Profiled in Grist
Grist, the esteemed environmental reporting website, has created a multimedia extravaganza profiling the Lummi Nation’s fight against coal terminals...
Holisso Center Offers Archival Research, Clues To The Past
K.C. Cole/Chickasaw Nation
More than 20 patrons traveled from as far away as San Antonio, Texas, to tour, research and deposit items at the official archives of the Chickasaw Nation as part of International ...
Smart New Ways to Trace Your Native Ancestry
Myra Vanderpool Gormley
BIA School Records In the 1880s, the Bureau of Indian Affairs established 26 non-reservation boarding schools in 15 states and territories for vocational education...
10 Awe-Inspiring Photos of Beautiful Bison, in All Their Majestic Glory
The bison is beloved for a reason. Many reasons, in fact. They have sustained us. We have ached at their persecution. And we have watched them come back, ever so slowly...
San Francisco Peaks to Get 20 More Years of Sewage Snow
The City of Flagstaff has extended the controversial Snowbowl’s wastewater contract for 20 years...
'Hungry Johnny' Dishes Up Elder Knowledge, Native Culture in Children's Book
We’ve all known (or raised) a child like the title character in Cheryl Minnema’s first children’s book, Hungry Johnny (Minnesota Historical Society, 2014)...
Coming Home Takes on New Meaning at Veterans Cemetery in Pine Ridge
Close to 200 people gathered on the Pine Ridge Reservation on the clear, cool morning of July 9 to attend the dedication ceremony for the new veterans cemetery...
Vandals Desecrate Memorial to Residential School Survivors in British Columbia
It was erected to honor residential school survivors, but instead the monument to former students has itself become a victim—scratched and broken, desecrated by vandals...
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