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Making Clothes and Catching Possums: Cherokee Elder Shares Stories
Cherokee Elder Charles Carey, known by his friends as “Bud...
Quileute Petroglyph Confirms Connection to Oral Histories
A pre-contact Quileute petroglyph that depicts K’wati, or...
Video: Cherokee Elder Steve Downing Jr. Shares Stories from Childhood
Cherokee Elder Steve Downing Jr. was born in 1925—he lived...
Video: A Personal Story of Cultural Genocide and Childhood Removal
Her mother was born into the Quinault and Quileute nations...
Children in the Crosshairs: The Emerging Battle Over Alaska’s Native Children
Richard had made up his mind. By the time he was 16, the...
Video: Cherokee Elder Rufus King Tells Us About His Childhood
Times “back then” were different. There weren’t iPhones and...
Inuit Advocate Peter Kritaqliluk, Taken Too Soon
Nunavut was mourning a leader on August 31 as it buried longtime Inuit advocate Peter Kritaqliluk, the Nunatsiaq News reported...
Rarity: A Coffee-Table Book in Cree
Marion Cox carries a pole past a stretched hide drying on a line on Fort George Island. / Marion Cox transportant un poteau devant une peau mise à sécher sur l’île de Fort George...
State Assembly Recognizes November as Native American Heritage Month
Throughout Indian country there are tribal leaders who exemplify what it means to be a leader among America’s first peoples...
Schaghticoke Elder Catherine Velky, 87, Dies
Gale Courey Toensing
The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has lost its beloved matriarch. Catherine E...
Ahousaht First Nations Fisheries Manager Killed by Drunk Driver
Ahousaht First Nation’s fisheries manager has been killed by a drunk driver in Washington State. Darrell E...
Human Zoo: For Centuries, Indigenous Peoples Were Displayed as Novelties
In 1893 a group of indigenous Aymara Bolivian men traveled to the United States so that they could be put on display at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair Columbian Exposition, which ce...
Nova Scotia Aboriginals Remember Lobster Dealer Joe Blinn
When non-Natives harassed Mi’kmaq fishermen, he offered the aboriginals his land. When federal authorities confiscated their lobster traps, he bought them new ones...
No Longer Circling the Wagons: Many National Parks Get Indian Stories Wrong
National parks are America’s great outdoor classrooms, and they attract about 300 million visitors a year, from school groups to senior citizens, mountain climbers to families in m...
Atleo Blessing Helps Bid Final Farewell to Jack Layton
With a blessing bestowed by Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo, Canada began its final farewell to New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton...
Paintballer Gets 15 Months for Damaging Native American Petroglyphs
According to the Las Vegas Sun , 21-year-old David Smith of Bullhead City, Arizona will spend 15 months in prison, pay $9,995 in restitution and perform 50 hours of community servi...
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