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Kalani Queypo: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
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Sand Creek Massacre, 151 Years Later
Straight Shooting in Leach Hockey Memoir
NHL Stanley Cup Winner Reggie Leach
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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...
Elouise Cobell, 65, Walks On
The Indian woman who fought the U.S. government—and won —has lost her battle with cancer...
Viejas Keeps Native American Culture Alive
The 20th anniversary celebration of Viejas Casino on September 17 was a community event that heralded the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians’ pride and accomplishment...
Learn the History of Native Americans in Lower Putah Creek
For the final lecture in its CreekSpeak series, the Putah Creek Council will host Victoria Bevolden, a Lake Berryessa ranger, on October 20...
Bitter Fight to Determine Who Is an American Indian Turns to DNA Testing
The onset of casino gaming brought great change in Indian country, but it also created unexpected—and frequently heated—arguments over Indian identity: What makes somebody a membe...
Theda Clarke, Suspect in 1975 AIM Killing, Dies
Theda Clarke, Oglala Sioux Tribe member and activist with the American Indian Movement most known for her connections in the 1975 killing of fellow AIM activist Annie Mae Pictou Aq...
Park Dedicated to Historic Native American Civil Rights Advocate
The free-born son of an African father and Native American mother, Paul Cuffe (1759-1817), was recently honored at a dedication ceremony for Captain Paul Cuffe Park at the New Bedf...
Columbia Students Choose How to Spend Columbus Day
Columbia University, in New York City, offered students options for how to spend Columbus Day...
University Honors Native American Storyteller
He learned his first legends from his two storytelling uncles and told stories at the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C...
Columbus Day Protest Widens
Smoldering and flaming, copies of two documents that initiated the destruction of Native cultures went up in smoke to loud cheers October 8, as opponents of the Columbus Day Parade...
Native American Siblings Honored Posthumously For Higher Education Careers
Three Native American siblings were honored October 2 by San Francisco State University (SFSU) at the annual College of Ethnic Studies Exemplary Leadership Awards ceremony...
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