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‘A Great Triumph for Our Indian Children’: Tribes Win Landmark Child Welfare Case
On Monday, March 30 a federal judge issued a landmark...
Video: Cherokee Elder Sue Wildcat Talks Hitching Rides and Making Toys
Cherokee Elder Sue Wildcat talks about hitching rides...
Native Hawaiian Hair is ‘Thick as Blood’ Says Essay Winner
Each year the Young Native Writers Essay Contest encourages...
Video: Cherokee Elder Ed Wilson Talks Swimming Holes and Pranks
Born on December 22, 1931, Cherokee Elder Ed Wilson has, as...
Committed to His Native Roots: Soctomah to Be Honored for Contributions
The way Donald Soctomah tells it, he was just doing his job...
Video: Cherokee Elder Bennie Ross Talks Refrigeration and Being Neighborly
Cherokee Elder Bennie Ross, 85, tells us about losing his...
Working Group Says Dakota and Ojibwe Language Survival is Questionable
In 2009, the Minnesota State Legislature established a volunteer working group to “develop a unified strategy to revitalize and preserve indigenous languages of the 11 federally re...
American Indian Culture Should Be Taught in Oklahoma Schools
Oklahoma state schools superintendent Janet Barresi recently told a symposium that American Indian culture should be taught in state schools...
Mothers: Our Readers Pay Tribute
Mother’s Day has been celebrated in one form or another for thousands of years, across a myriad of cultures, American Indian among them...
11 Essential Genealogy Blogs
With so much fervor and passion for genealogy online, it's hardly surprising that the community of genealogy bloggers is lively and always growing...
Much is made about the importance of place among indigenous nations. It is true that place is very significant. The Navajo live within four sacred mountains...
Natives Occupy California Burial Ground to Stave Off Bulldozers
Native Americans occupying a burial ground facing development by the Greater Vallejo Recreation District (GVRD) are inviting the public to an Indigenous Peoples Earth Day and Inter...
Ancient Aboriginal Masks, Returned to their Owners’ Descendants
The vibrant masks, dating back generations, are as living a presence as the people dancing in them...
Small Artifact, Big Find for Color Country Bureau of Land Management
A clay vessel recently recovered by a Bureau of Land Management staff member and students from the youth recovery program is believed to be of Fremont Indian heritage...
More Puerto Ricans Identify Themselves as Indian, According to Latest Census
Close to 20,000 people in Puerto Rico identified themselves as “American Indian” in the 2010 U.S...
Indigenous Cultural Realism
A great strength among indigenous peoples is their continued commitment to their cultures, values, and ways of life...
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