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What Does an Indian Look Like?
Traditional Tattoo Demonstration A Hit
Manning: Water Protectors Needed
15 Days Out: Election Day
SRST Responds to Militarized Police
NoDAPL Camp Frontline Expanded: IEN
DAPL Crackdown—Rubber Bullets, More Mace
Culture Held Captive
Susan Jensen to Lead CNIGA
Oglala Lakota Nursing: Elders Are Home
Native Cooking: Fall Classics Forever
‘Tribe’ Embraces ‘Domestic Dependency’
Reflections of a ‘Normal’ Election?
The Week That Was: October 23, 2016
10 Pics: Fashion Show Benefits Immersion
Native Credit Scores Getting Better!
Are We Ignoring Our Native Elders?
Grow Up, Donald and Little Billy
Burning Track at Cocopah Tribe Speedway
Indigenous Push for Peace in Colombia
Thing About Skins
Sacred Site Under Siege—Ravaging the Past
A fire glows outside a sweat lodge, where Western Shoshones...
Columbus Did Not Kill Us All: Taino Documentary Proves It
Emmy-Award winning filmmaker Alex Zacarias recently spoke...
Spruce Tree House Closed Indefinitely, Weather and Tourists Taking Toll
With 120 rooms, two towers and eight kivas, Spruce Tree...
Natives Speak Out Against the Santa Fe Fiesta - The Bloodless Reconquest
A loud group of about 50 mostly Native protesters disrupted...
Another Mayan Codex Survived: Recent Analysis Proves ‘Grolier Codex’ Is Real
A new study claims to have validated a fourth Mayan codex...
The Ancient One Takes Another Step Toward Home
The return of the Ancient One to his home is nearer....
Researching the Past
On Its 100th Anniversary, a Look at the History of the Indian-Head Nickel
November 17, 1915. The mighty bison Black Diamond bravely stood his ground in the Joseph Stern & Co...
FEMA Archaeologists Discover Native Artifacts in New Orleans
Pottery sherds, animal bones and pieces of clay tobacco pipes weren’t what they were expecting to find, but it’s what a team of archaeologists contracted by the Federal Emergency M...
Black History Month: Slave Narratives Include Amazing Story of Native American Slave
February is Black History Month, and The Library of Congress has published a series of testimonies from slaves called Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers’ Pr...
Muscogee Man Held on Alleged Terrorist Threat Charge Freed
Gale Courey Toensing
A Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizen, who was jailed by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians for allegedly making a terrorist threat when he attempted to pray on the Hickory Ground sacred...
Poarch Band Accuses Muscogee Creek Man of Terrorist Threat to Burn Casino
Gale Courey Toensing
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians has now publicly accused Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizen Wayland Gray of threatening to burn down the band’s casino at Hickory Ground in Wetumpka, ...
Watch C-SPAN's 'Native American Military History'
On Sunday, February 17, C-SPAN3's American History TV broadcast a special episode titled "Native American Military History." In the program, Colorado Mesa University professor Timo...
Native Hawaiians Get a State Recognized Roll
Native Hawaiians from across the islands gathered on the lawn of Iolani Palace to celebrate their recognition on January 20...
Indian Education: What Are the Options?
Indian communities are searching for education that suits the needs of their children and futures. They may not know precisely what they require...
Teaching Native American Studies By Doing
The school’s website says it’s a place “where education is a journey” and Noah Williams, who teaches history at Highland Hall Waldorf School in Northridge, California takes that se...
Alabama Tribe Opposes School Relocation
The possible relocation of an Alabama school has the United Cherokee Ani Yun Wiya Nation, a state recognized tribe, worried about the relocation site...
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