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Video: First Strawberry Queen Talks About Working and Playing Hard
Cherokee Elder Patricia Reed Leatherwood talks about...
Métis Adoptee Crowdfunding to Reunite With His Siblings
Adopted as an infant from Saskatchewan and moved to the...
‘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...
Ancient Irrigation in Sonoran Desert Shows Humans’ Longstanding ‘Love-Hate’ Relationship With Environment
Current debates about climate change notwithstanding, humans have tried to harness their environment since time immemorial, from the invention of fire to irrigation...
Tribal Governments: What Price ‘Democracy’?
A puzzling aspect of the term tribe is its lack of a clear definition. Even the Department of the Interior, the last word on federal recognition, doesn’t have one...
Sacred Sites: Pechanga Requests Prayers to Protect Ancestral Landscape From Massive Open-Pit Mine
Members of the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians request your prayers on National Sacred Places Prayer Days , observed June 16-24...
Pray for Arizona’s Mount Graham During National Sacred Places Prayer Days
A flyover image of the Mount Graham International Observatory...
War of 1812 Exhibit in Ottawa Offers Four Perspectives
A new exhibit at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, Ontario takes a new approach at looking at the War of 1812, delving into the four perspectives of each group involved—Canadians ...
The War of 1812 Could Have Been the War of Indian Independence
Today marks the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812, a war all but forgotten in American history books. But what did that war mean for this country’s Indigenous Peoples?...
Trouble in Paradise: Book Explores How Hawaii’s Monarchy Fell to the Sugar Barons
Julia Flynn Siler’s Lost Kingdom: Hawaii’s Last Queen, the Sugar Kings, and America’s First Imperial Adventure (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2012) is a meticulously researched narrative...
Sacred Sites: Groups Continue to Call for Action on San Francisco Peaks
On June 15, a day before the annual National Sacred Places Prayer Days was set to begin, a group of more than 20 Flagstaff community members confronted Arizona corporations request...
A Gahnonyo to Protect Sacred Places and Promote World Peace in Victor, New York
Image courtesy waymarking.com A Gahnonyo (Thanksgiving) will be held on Wednesday, June 20 at Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor, New York to protect sacred places and promot...
War of 1812 Bicentennial Highlights Unsung Aboriginal Heroes in Canada's Creation
Though not much remembered south of the 49th Parallel, the War of 1812, seminal in the creation of Canada, was marked by alliances between aboriginals and the British...
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