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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...
Indian Country Loses Author, Professor and Vet
Robert Hall was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin and grew up with three generations of Stockbridge-Munsee women, so it’s no surprise he became known by his colleagues at the University...
Long Plain First Nation Celebrates $21 Million Loss-of-Use Settlement
Long Plain First Nation has settled its 141-year-old loss-of-use claim with the Canadian government for $21.3 million, tying off the loose ends of its 1994 land-claim settlement...
Buffalo Harvest Sparks Dialogue at Colorado College
Indigenous foods were served for the three-day Buffalo Harvest ceremony at Fort Lewis College, where Buffalo Council students hope to institute a self-sustaining food operation as ...
Native Student Publication Holding Water Rights Symposium
Simon Ortiz RED INK: A Native American Student Publication will be holding a fundraiser and water rights symposium tomorrow and Saturday...
Return of the Bison
It's been 200 years, but bison are finally returning home, to Fort Peck...
Unearthed Remains Will Be Laid to Rest
After spending years being kept in a metal storage container, the remains of 53 Native American ancestors will finally be laid to rest...
Equinox Phenomena in Action: Video
Hooray! It's spring! On this day, March 20, 2012, the day and night are almost equally long as the sun passes over the equator in what's known as the vernal equinox ...
Equinox Heralds New Beginnings as First Day of Spring Dawns
At precisely 1:14 a.m. on March 20, the sun passed directly over the equator, marking the vernal equinox and the start of spring...
Book Tells the Darker History of How Hawaii Became Part of the U.S.
Julia Flynn Siler’s new book, Lost Kingdom: Hawaii’s Last Queen, the Sugar Kings, and America’s First Imperial Adventure , paints a truer—and more sinister—portrait of how Hawaii w...
Three Sites Important to Native History Named National Landmarks
Three sites significant to American Indians made it on the most recent round of National Historic Landmarks announced March 6 by U.S...
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