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9 Laws Passed After Alcatraz
Police and Race: The Research Is Done
Veterans Share Concerns on NMAI Memorial
Justice League Trailer: Momoa as Aquaman
Penny Candy and Homemade Games
Sonny Says Tip Your Cleaning Lady
Indigenous Evicted, Displaced
AMERIND Risk Golf Event Raises Thousands
Breaking News: 13-year-old Gunned Down
Native Humor: 8 Types of Native Moms
Dedicating Billy Frank Jr.’s Namesake
Therapist Shot; Brain-Eating Amoebas
A Big Win for a Small California Tribe
2016 Hotlist: Recordings Native Strength
Minnesota Tribes Fight for 1855 Treaty
Just Move It: Exercise Is Fun
Death, Law Enforcement & POC
Violent Standoff With Settlers & Police
Lost Incan City Found at Last?
Flag Burning at RNC
Thing About Skins
Home Detention for Park Service Grave Robber
When NAGPRA, the Native American Graves Protection and...
Healing Historical Trauma Through Spiritual Activism
When Idle No More Washington Director Sweetwater Nannauck...
ICWA: Lexi to Remain with Utah Family in Appeals Court Ruling
On Friday, the California Second District Court of Appeals...
Canyon De Chelly: Stunning Views and a Window Into Ancient Lives
It has been inhabited contiguously for nearly 5,000 years,...
Disenrollment Kills Nooksack Language Revitalization Program
“Talk in English!” ordered Nooksack Tribal Chairman Bob...
‘There are No Words’: Reviving Canoe Culture on the Upper Columbia River
If you build them, they will come. It began, as many things...
Indigenous Peoples’ History: A Chat With Author Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
Howard Zinn challenged the way American history is taught when he wrote the now classic A People’s History of the United States (Harper & Rowe, 1980) ...
What’s in a (Clan) Name? Tlingit Tattoo Artist Takes on Facebook and His Culture
Tlingit tattoo artist Nahaan remembers he was living in Hawaii in 2007 when his Tlingit grandmother called and asked him if he knew who he was...
Diné Waleha Johns Crashes a Sacred Artifacts Auction in Paris, in Regalia
It has become a heartbreakingly familiar scenario: dozens of sacred Native American items on the auction block...
Photography Book Celebrates Cheyenne River Lakota Nation
Home: Cheyenne River Lakota Nation (Blurb, 2015) , a glorious fine-art book celebrating the community’s life, land and people, has just become available...
NAGPRA Review Committee Gets Three New Members
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell has appointed three new members to the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Review Committee...
A Living Legacy: Honored Elder Finds Strength in Her Chickasaw Heritage
Irene Pettigrew Digby is a living legacy...
Genetics is Your Friend: Natives Not Anti-Science, Just Anti-Exploitation
Tanya H. Lee
Three young Native American geneticists are making their mark in a field often shunned by indigenous scientists...
Video: Cherokee Elders Tell Spooky Halloween Tales
In the Cherokee Nation’s Back Then Halloween video Cherokee Elders spin spooky Halloween tales, from headless ghosts at Witch Hollow to Halloween pranks and the little people...
Video: Cherokee Elder Remembers Making Mud Pies and Playing With Dolls
Cherokee Elder Ollie Jean Brown, of Oklahoma, tells viewers about playing with dolls, making mud pies, and playing hide and seek...
For Tribes in U.S., a Movement to Revive Native Foods and Lands
Cheryl Katz, Yale Environment 360
On ancestral lands, the Fond du Lac band in Minnesota is planting wild rice and restoring wetlands damaged by dams, industry, and logging...
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