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Loving and Crying Together: The Many Families of Dr. Dean Chavers
Sometimes I think I grew up in a family of crybabies....
Video: Cherokee Elder Bruce Ross Talks Whip Braiding and Rock Throwing
Cherokee Elder Bruce Ross talks about growing up on a 50-...
The Story of My Grandmother: How We Reconnected Her to Her Ojibwe Roots
The sun set below the tree canopy. I sat tracing lines in...
Ohio Man Bought Human Remains, Agrees to 100 Hours Community Service
Mark M. Beatty, 56, of Ohio, pleaded guilty August 5 to...
Video: Mashing Beans, Eating Squirrel Brains for Bravery, and Learning to Skate
Cherokee Elder Thelma Vann Forrest talks about how she and...
How Can Tribes Relate to Off-Reservation Citizens Better? Study Aims to Help
How do you define “home?” “Home is where one starts from”...
Wesleyan University Formally Apologizes and Commences Repatriation
Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut has issued a formal apology to Native nations and Indigenous Peoples and plans to begin repatriating cultural items...
Hug a Bison! Nov. 2 First National Bison Day
After being all but wiped out by European settlers in the 1800s, the American buffalo is finally getting its due recognition: November 2 marks the first official National Bison Day...
Dozens of Orcas Surround Ferry Returning Suquamish Artifacts Home
The Suquamish had fought for decades to get their artifacts returned to their lands, and on Tuesday October 29 the ancient objects made a triumphant return home—on a ferry surround...
Public Television Highlights Native Contributions and History
Turtle Island begins celebrating Native American Heritage Month today, with forums, festivals, programming and all manner of commemorations on tap around the country...
Archbishop Says Aboriginal Rights Most Important Issue in Canada
Archbishop James Weisgerber of Manitoba, long a friend of Indigenous Peoples in Canada, has announced his retirement...
Mine May Open Next Year as Last-Chance Appeal Languishes
As a tribe awaits resolution of a last-chance appeal to stop mining on land considered sacred, an international company is moving closer to production...
Video: They Rode for Unci Maka, Grandmother Earth
They rode for Unci Maka, Grandmother Earth...
Merit Badge for Stupid: Boy Scout Leaders Topple Ancient Rock Formation
“Wiggle it, just a little bit,” the man operating the camera, Dave Hall, says to goad his friend as he pushes on a rock formation called a goblin in Goblin Valley State Park in Sal...
Better Dead Than Alive? 'The Inconvenient Indian' Takes a Seriously Funny Look at Native History
Indians are most "inconvenient" when they are … alive...
Reimagining Columbus Day Without Columbus
South Dakota calls it Native American Day, while in Berkeley it’s known as Indigenous People’s Day—though the latter celebrated this year’s version last weekend, on October 5...
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