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Arizona Sacred Site Vandalized, Forest Service Investigating
The U.S. Forest Service is looking for information and...
Two-Year Legal Battle Ends: Wayland Gray’s Convictions Overturned
A two-year legal fight over a Muscogee (Creek) Nation man’s...
Sacred Blindness II: The Indigenous Eight
After my anger cooled from reading about the “Top Eight...
Sacred Blindness I: Only Half the World is Sacred?
There’s a “list website” called The Daily Eight. A “list...
A Win for Indian Country: Native Settlement Saved
A new park being developed near Nashville will offer a rare...
Greenpeace Apologizes for Wrecking Nazca Lines as Peru Prepares Criminal Charges
The glaring yellow letters, urging respect for the...
Native Hawaiian Fights to Protect a Burial Cave From Development
Keoni Kealoha Alvarez , of Hawaii is fighting to stop a development project from bulldozing a Native Hawaiian burial cave he and his brothers discovered when he was only 8 years ol...
University Students Excavate Native American Historic Site
The Vore Buffalo Jump is "one of the most important archaeological sites of the late-prehistoric Plains Indians," according to VoreBuffaloJump.org ...
Sacred Site Preserved but Ceremonies Affected
Through centuries, Northern Arapaho hunters tracked deer, bison and antelope across the plains at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in present-day eastern Colorado, where tribal memb...
New Software Brings Hopi History to Life
A view of the landscape using the 3D software developed by Wes Bernardini...
Petroglyphs Offer Glimpse of Early Native American Life
Petroglyphs in remote areas of Northern California offer glimpses of the Maidu and Nisenan tribes that used to inhabit the area. U.S...
Fourth Liberty Quarry Meeting Set
The debate over Granite Construction’s proposed Liberty Quarry in Riverside County will continue July 18 at 9 a.m...
Tracing the Peacemaker’s Journey
The Haudenosaunee Confederacy, created when five nations overcame their differences with the help of the Peacemaker and Hiawatha, is a longstanding democracy...
Pechanga Sacred Site Gets Another Public Hearing
The proposed Liberty Quarry in Riverside County is not only opposed by the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, but also by San Diego State University (SDSU) and the city of Temecula;...
Sacred Sites: Mother Earth Water Walk
Water is the most sacred of substances, keeping us all alive...
Hopi Students To Experience Tutuveni and Tribal History in 3D
Hopi high school students will get to see Tutuveni or “newspaper rock”—a petroglyph site on Navajo Nation land that is sacred to the Hopi—in three dimensions from their classroom t...
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