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21 Athletes Inducted to Hall of Fame
Bloody Roots of California's Vineyards
One Issue Ahead of Canada’s Election
Oneida Nation Offers Updated Technology
2 Miles: US Mexico Border Balloon Fence?
Indigenous Peoples Day in Portland
Tanya Fiddler to Run Native CDFI Network
Celebrating Columbus I: The Myths
Strikeforce Brings Aid to Rural Indians
Pope Francis and Indigenous Peoples
Gyasi Ross: OFFICIAL VIDEO 'Miss Lady'
Healing From Addiction in Barrow, Alaska
Reasons to NOT Celebrate the Kinzua Dam
Planets Dance Amid Draconid Meteors
Violations of Human Rights in Paraguay
Task Force Slated to Review Mascots
Grand Canyon Resort Corp. Names New CEO
Klamath Connection Puts Students Outside
BIA Approves Mashpee Wampanoag Casino
National Parks: Great Idea or Con?
Thing About Skins
Colorado Governor Forms Task Force to Review Native American Mascots
Six months after a bill to regulate Indian sports mascots...
Houska: Trump Burns Native Americans Again
On Monday, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump weighed...
Jim Warne Takes his Warrior Society Football Camp to Six Nations in Canada
Jim Warne’s Oglala Lakota people have always been nomadic....
Well For Culture: Elder Fitness! Chair Yoga Poses for Everybody
You don’t have to be the most limber person in the world to...
Chickasaw Archer Wins Again at Tennessee Meet
TISHOMINGO, Okla. – In 1307, William Tell used a crossbow...
Houska: Jeb Bush Says Native Americans Aren't Offended: Next Time Ask Us First
While public schools across the nation continue to open...
Squaxin Island Tribe’s Salish Cliffs Golf Club First Course in World to Earn “Salmon-Safe” Certification
How does a golf club earn the certification of being "Salmon-Safe"?...
Suzan Shown Harjo’s Statement for UN Special Rapporteur James Anaya
Suzan Shown Harjo
The following is a statement given by Suzan Shown Harjo, president of the Morning Star Institute, on the Significance of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous ...
Jim Thorpe Helped Create a Pro Football Team to...Sell Dogs?
The Los Angeles Times has a very interesting story today by Brian Cronin, who reported on the story of the Oorang Indian Football team...
Getting Creative: Uni-Watch Readers Remake Cleveland Indians Mascot Into Spiders, Rockers and More
The gang over at Uni-Watch.com take their uniforms seriously...
Yahoo! Sportswriter Asks "Did Jim Thorpe Break Baseball's Color Line in 1913?"
Last “Redskins” Mascot in Maine School May Be Dropped
Gale Courey Toensing
By the end of the first week of May, Maine’s public schools could be “Redskins”-free...
River-Running Done Right at Grand Canyon
It’s eight o’clock on a Saturday morning in March, and Drake Havatone is praying in his native Hualapai language...
Are You Eligible for The Tewaaraton Outstanding Native American Scholarship?
Every year, one player from NCAA men's and women's lacrosse is presented the The Tewaaraton Award, marking them as the player of the year (for a list of past winners of this presti...
San Diego's Museum of Man to Open Ramp It Up: Skateboard Culture in Native America
The San Diego Museum of Man (SDMoM) is the first location for the fantastic exhibit Ramp it Up: Skateboard Culture in Native America's 12-city national tour...
On Fenway's 100th Birthday, We Recall the Life and Times of Louis Leroy, the Red Sox' First Native Player
On April 20, 1912, the Boston Red Sox moved into their new ballpark, Fenway, a new concrete-and-steel home whose "electronic" scoreboard was just as fascinating to the fans as the ...
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