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Breaking: Jury Overturns Hickory Ground Activist Wayland Gray’s Convictions
It took a 12-person jury in Wetumpka, Alabama, less than 45...
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...
Video: What Resolution Copper Wants to Inflict on Apache Sacred Land
The San Carlos Apache Tribe is battling to save a sacred...
Lunar Standstill, an Eclipse and Other Sky Delights in Store for Spring
Spring has sprung, and the moon and Venus will not wait long to get down to business. The satellite and the planet will get cozy just before dawn on March 27...
Calif. Sacred Sites Bill Would Boost Protections but Exclude Some 50 Tribes
About an hour north of San Diego near the Pacific Coast, Panhe is an ancient village site where the Acjachemen Nation still gather to hold ceremonies, share stories and walk among ...
Native History: Yellowstone National Park Created on Sacred Land
This Date in Native History: On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed a bill to create Yellowstone National Park in the Wyoming, Montana and Idaho territories...
First Nations Exult as Canadian Government Rejects Taseko's New Prosperity Mine
First Nations across Canada on February 27 were lauding the federal government’s final rejection of a mining proposal that would have destroyed Tsilhquot’in sacred lands and caused...
Remains Found on Bluegrass Pipeline Route, Tribes Not Notified
Tribes with ancestral ties to Kentucky have not been consulted about an archaeological site discovered last summer during a survey for a natural gas pipeline...
Mount Taylor Will Be Protected, Case Sets Sacred Sites Precedent
Mount Taylor, an 11,300-foot, snow-capped peak in central New Mexico, will be protected as a traditional cultural property following the state Supreme Court’s ruling February 6 tha...
Quapaw Tribe Discovers Slave Cemetery on Newly Acquired Ancestral Land
The Quapaw Tribe recently purchased some land in Little Rock, Arkansas, but was surprised at what they discovered there—an unmarked slave cemetery, reports KARK Channel 4 ...
Skokomish Call Hike From Homeland to the Coast a ‘Spiritual Experience’
The first people to arrive in Taholah, Washington during the 2013 Canoe Journey/Paddle to Quinault didn’t arrive by water, but by land...
Fort Sill Apache Tribe Supports Establishment of National Monument
Fort Sill Apache Tribe
On January 24, the Fort Sill Apache tribe issued a resolution of support for the establishment of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks national monument located in tribe’s aboriginal h...
Native History: Roosevelt Declares Grand Canyon a National Monument
This Date in Native History: On January 11, 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt declared the Grand Canyon a national monument, placing under federal protection the 10-mile-wide, 277...
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