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Mass Genocide Through ‘Permanent Peace'
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As Grand Canyon Expects Record Visits, Advocates Cite Need for Funding
Grand Canyon National Park officials say the park should...
Skwachàys Lodge Showcases Native Culture by Supporting Indigenous Artists
Stepping into Vancouver’s Skwachàys Lodge, a visitor is...
Video: Death Valley Bursts Into Life With a Profusion of Wildflowers
Belying its name of Death Valley, the basin that rests...
National Travel Exchange Features Indian Country Tourism for First Time
For the first time ever, Tribal tourism is a topic of focus...
Seen at the Heard: Isleta Pueblo History and Boarding School Experiences [10 Images]
A trip to Phoenix, Arizona would not be complete without a...
Road Trip! 9 Things to See and Do in New Mexico
New Mexico abounds in riches—19 pueblos and parts of the...
The 8th Annual Commemoration of Pueblo Independence Day
On August 10, 1680, the Pueblo Indians, with help from the Apache and Navajo tribes, launched a successful rebellion against Spanish colonization called the Pueblo Revolt...
National Park Service Plans to Return Bones to Oglala Sioux
The Rapid City Journal reports that the National Park Service is prepared to return prehistoric bones found in Badlands National Park unless another tribe claims them before Septem...
Watch a Traditional Choctaw Wedding Ceremony at the National Museum of the American Indian
During the National Museum of the American Indian's (NMAI) Choctaw Days , the venerable museum showcased a traditional Choctaw wedding ceremony...
Big Cats at Cincinnati Zoo Named After Famous Chiefs
They were honored Native leaders—Tecumseh of the Shawnee and Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce...
Native American Heritage Days on Grand Canyon’s North Rim
The North Rim of the Grand Canyon will be the majestic venue for the 18th Annual Native American Heritage Days, which takes place on August 11 and 12...
Bolivia’s Master Weavers Speak Without Words
I see them in dreams,” says Dominga Gonzales of the black figures emerging before her on a red background...
A Modern Canoe Journey Invoking Ancient Principles
The modern Canoe Journey was started to revive the culture.
The Museum of the Indian in Rio de Janeiro
The huge, densely forested region that the Portuguese claimed and named Brazil around 1500 once had an indigenous population of millions...
Montreal First Peoples’ Festival Takes Flight
MONTREAL—The Montreal First Peoples' Festival began with an evening of murmured poetry and short films at the Grande Bibliothèque as the setup for the festivities geared up in Mont...
Alaska Native Heritage Center Offers Family Friendly Dog Sled Action
When John Baker won the 2011 Iditarod with a record shattering performance, it's safe to say he wasn't enjoying the comforts awarded to visitors to the Alaska Native Heritage Cente...
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