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Cherokee Bull Rider Ryan Dirteater: ‘Anything Is Possible to Those Who Work While They Dream’
When Cherokee bull rider Ryan Dirteater climbs aboard 2,000...
The Triathlon for Native Women: Fun Over Competition
The KweStrong Indigenous Women’s Wellness Triathlon in...
Two High Schools Drop Native American Imagery, But Keep Mascots
Two high schools in West Hartford, Connecticut have...
LAX Arrows Looking To Win National Championship At Home
This year’s version of the Six Nations Arrows has an...
The Uplifting Story of Two Amazing Native Athletes From Haskell
The trek to Haskell Indian Nations University is one which...
Well For Culture: 20 Minute Full-Body Workout Routine
I used to feel like if I didn’t have at least an hour of...
Second 'Trail of Tears' Banner Displayed at Tennessee High School Football Game
Another high school football team has used a “trail of tears” banner to allegedly taunt their visiting opponents...
Congressman Won't Say 'Redskins' in House Speech; Calls for Name-Change
“Mr. Speaker, George Washington himself respected the Native Americans of this country and their culture...
Some Alabama Students Aren’t Sorry About ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
The offensive “Trail of Tears” banner displayed at a November 15 football game in Alabama even prompted a response from the Cherokee Nation...
Cherokee Nation Responds to Offensive ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
The Cherokee Nation has responded to an offensive banner displayed at an Alabama high school football game that has drawn national attention. The banner, made by McAdory High Schoo...
Sequoyah Shortstop Signs With University of Missouri-Kansas City
This is a press release from the Cherokee Nation Sequoyah Lady Indians’ shortstop Kelsey Leach signed a letter of intent Tuesday to play softball for the University of Missouri-Kan...
Principal Apologizes for ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner, Makes It a Teaching Moment
It’s been the banner read ‘round the social media world...
Racial Slur Painted on Eighth Grader’s Home by His Football Teammates
“Knights don’t need n----!” was spray-painted in blue letters on the foundation of an eighth grader’s home by his own football teammates, according to the Worcester Telegram & ...
NYT Article Asks Who Came Up With the ‘Redskins’ logo?
The New York Times asked a pointed question recently in its editorial: Who made that Redskins Logo?...
High School Slammed for Its Mocking and Shocking ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
This past weekend students at a McAdory High School football game in McAlla, Alabama displayed a 20-foot sign emblazoned with: “Hey Indians, Get Ready to Leave in a Trail of Tears,...
Schimmel Sisters Help Louisville to OT Win Over Oklahoma
Louisville scraped by the University of Oklahoma on Sunday after a hard fought overtime win, 97-92...
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