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Video: Cherokee Elder Talks Doll-Making and the ‘Creature from the Black Lagoon’
As the eighth of ten children, Cherokee Elder Betty Brewer...
How Standing Rock Helped Maangozit Keep His Braid
On the eve that Maangozit, Loon’s Foot, had definitely...
Archaeological Experts Appalled at DAPL Sacred Site Destruction: 1,281 Sign Petition
Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II expressed...
Before Passing Chief David Beautiful Bald Eagle Remembers His Ancestors
When Cheyenne River Sioux Chief David Beautiful Bald Eagle...
‘Obama, Hear Our Cry’: Lakota Women Call on President to Stop Violence
Editor’s Note: This open letter to President Obama was...
Apache Descendants Hold Mangas Coloradas, Victorio and Lozen Dearly
Their Apache ancestors were chased, hunted and herded into...
Healing Historical Trauma Through Spiritual Activism
When Idle No More Washington Director Sweetwater Nannauck teaches what historical trauma is, she tells a story about her father...
ICWA: Lexi to Remain with Utah Family in Appeals Court Ruling
On Friday, the California Second District Court of Appeals ruled unanimously that a 6-year-old Choctaw girl known as “Lexi,” will be staying in Utah with her family...
Canyon De Chelly: Stunning Views and a Window Into Ancient Lives
It has been inhabited contiguously for nearly 5,000 years, is the only National Monument owned by the Navajo Nation, and contains thousands of archaeological sites...
Disenrollment Kills Nooksack Language Revitalization Program
“Talk in English!” ordered Nooksack Tribal Chairman Bob Kelly at a special public meeting last February. The words made Deborah Alexander’s blood boil...
‘There are No Words’: Reviving Canoe Culture on the Upper Columbia River
If you build them, they will come. It began, as many things do, with a conversation...
Breaking: BIA Publishes Final ICWA Rule
Underscoring Congress’s intent to protect the cohesiveness of Indian children, families and communities in state welfare proceedings, Acting Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs La...
Honoring Native Grandmas: Katie John Day Moves Closer to Reality
In the spring of 1953, Fred John Jr. and his kid sister Nancy arrived home after spending two years at the Wrangell Institute Boarding School in Wrangell, Alaska...
Video: Cherokee Elder Talks Stealing Pumpkins and Mail Order Chickens
Cherokee Elder Lena Blackbird grew up in a two-room house and laughed when she said: “When we were young, we had a small house and I don’t know how we slept in there, there were so...
‘Seeds of Culture’: Matika Wilbur Tells Women’s Stories
Tanya H. Lee
Matika Wilbur, Swinomish/Tulalip, brought more than her finely-crafted photographs of American Indian and Alaska Native women to the opening of her exhibit at Harvard on April 28...
Video: Cherokee Elder Talks Softball, Rope Swings, and Hidden Candy
Cherokee Elder Eva Mae Fourkiller Comando was born in Stilwell, Oklahoma in 1928...
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