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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
Ho-Chunk Gives $25,000 in Flood Relief
Olympics-Bound Ashton Locklear
9 Desert Plants You Can Cook With
Thing About Skins
Home Detention for Park Service Grave Robber
When NAGPRA, the Native American Graves Protection and...
Were Some Petroglyphs Inspired By Chinese Explorers?
According to the Epoch Times, an expert on ancient Chinese...
Ancient Observatory Brings Old Knowledge to New Viewers
During this year’s summer solstice at the site of the...
The Battle of the Greasy Grass 140 Years Later: The Complete Story in 18 Drawings
June 25th marks the 140th anniversary of the Battle of...
Video: What This 400-Year-Old Native Homestead Site Tells Us
For the third year now, the Forest Service has been...
Four More Heads for the Indian Trophy Room
The four Modocs dangling from the gallows at Fort Klamath,...
Researching the Past
On This Day in 1541, Francisco Pizarro, Bane of the Incas, Was Assassinated
At the height of its existence, the Inca Empire ran some 2,500 miles along the Andean range from Colombia to Chile, had more than 10 million subjects and was home to Cuzco, a city ...
Aboriginal Groups Want Beothuk Remains Repatriated
The Beothuk , the original inhabitants of the island of Newfoundland, were extinct by 1829 as a result of contact with Europeans, disease, malnutrition, conflict with settlers and ...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
Our Sunday wrap-up of some of the big stories we covered this week from Indian country...
Celebrate the Great Mound of Mound Bottom in Tennessee
In observance of National Sacred Places Prayer Days , a Muscogee “Creek” Citizens Gathering will take place on Saturday, June 23, at 10 a.m., at The Great Mound, Mound Bottom archa...
Dairy Farms Prospered in Once-Lush Sahara
Picture the Sahara desert. Now picture it filled with herders milking cattle. Hard to believe, right?...
Turtle Lodge Calls for Prayerful Water Offering to Mother Earth
From May 24 through 27, 2012, Valerie Taliman and I attended the Gathering of Wisdom Keepers, organized by Anishnaabe spiritual leader Dave Courchene and the Turtle Lodge , which i...
Rock Art in Australia Shows How Advanced Indigenous Communities Were
Experts said Monday, June 18 that they were able to date aboriginal rock art found in remote Australia at 28,000 years old, putting it among some of the world’s oldest, and making ...
Video: Summer Solstice Ushered in at Ancient Sites
From Stonehenge to solar flares online, the summer solstice hits the Northern Hemisphere on June 20. At precisely 11:08 p.m...
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...
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