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I Am a Male Victim of Sexual Assault
Division I! College Baller Zachary Camel
Don’t Buy This Book: Acoma vs Nabokov
Gravitational Waves, in Siksika Language
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A Proud Cherokee Family with An Ace: St. Louis Cardinals’ Pitcher Ryan Helsley
Growing up as baseball fan in Oklahoma meant taking a few...
Simmons: Racism in Tewksbury, Massachusetts, and a Failing American School System
On January 27, the town of Tewksbury, Massachusetts held a...
Blackhorse: Diné Tsiiyééł [Hair Bun] Is Power
For those who don’t know, the traditional Diné [Navajo]...
An Oklahoma Indian in the Nation’s Capital – Georgetown’s Student Indian Athlete Jesse Gibson
During my second year in university twenty-three years ago...
For Diné Beader, Business Is Good During Playoff, Super Bowl Season
It's 6 p.m. on Thursday, and Lilah Sandoval sits with her...
Orange Crush: Omaha Tribe Issues Invitation to Peyton Manning for Superbowl 50
As Peyton Manning leads the Denver Broncos into Sunday's...
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 ...
Jacoby Ellsbury and Boston Red Sox get Some Good News
The Boston Herald reported that Jacoby Ellsbury, Navajo and member of the Colorado River Indian Tribe, received some positive news by way of the results of his MRI exam—the superst...
A Worthy Goal: Lake Superior Chippewa Tribe and U. of Minnesota Sign Lacrosse Agreement
The lacrosse camp on the Fond du Lac Reservation in Minnesota has been going strong for two-years now...
White House: Share Your Inspirational 'Let's Move! In Indian Country' Stories
During the month of May, the White House will celebrate the anniversary of the debut of First Lady Michelle Obama's “ Let’s Move in Indian Country ” (LMIC)...
Standing Up And Staying Put: Four Decades of Protesting the Cleveland Indians’ Chief Wahoo
Major League baseball is a game of hallowed traditions...
Michigan School Board Develops New Logo Without American Indian Imagery, Yet Keeps Name Milan 'Big Reds'
The image of a spear with a feather will no longer be featured on Milan area school logos , with a resolution calling for the elimination of all American Indian imagery from the Mi...
'Crooked Arrows' Earns Standing Ovation at Sneak Preview
SEATTLE—At the March 25 sneak preview of Crooked Arrows , former college and pro lacrosse player Neal Powless spoke reverently of lacrosse as more than just a sport...
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