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In Honor of Memorial Day – Memorials Honoring Our Fallen Native Warriors
Since the first arrival of Europeans onto Turtle Island and...
On Memorial Day, a Reminder From Gettysburg of What It All Means
It’s just a hair under 300 words, yet it contains volumes....
Native History: It’s Memorial Day—In 1637, the Pequot Massacre Happened
This Date in Native History: On May 26, 1637, a Puritan...
Memorial Day Tribute: American Indian Warriors Who Made the Ultimate Sacrifice in War
Memorial Day is so much more than a long weekend on the...
Cherokee Nation Honors Korean War Veteran Brothers
The Cherokee Nation honored two brothers who served in the...
Native American Veteran Caregiver Nationally Recognized
Tobian Kills in Water, an advocate for Native veterans...
Debate Fumes Over 'Agent Orange Corn' as Dow Awaits Federal Approval of the Genetically Engineered Seed
Critics of a new genetically modified corn created by Dow AgroScience , a division of The Dow Chemical Company , are voicing fears that the crop could pose serious threats to human...
Creating a Warrior Society Within the Society of American Indian Government Employees
Danny Garceau unfolded his 6-foot-plus frame from his Harley after a 1,300-mile trip, not to a biker run or rally of leather-jacketed enthusiasts, but to a training session of civi...
The War of 1812 Could Have Been the War of Indian Independence
Today marks the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812, a war all but forgotten in American history books. But what did that war mean for this country’s Indigenous Peoples?...
War of 1812 Bicentennial Highlights Unsung Aboriginal Heroes in Canada's Creation
Though not much remembered south of the 49th Parallel, the War of 1812, seminal in the creation of Canada, was marked by alliances between aboriginals and the British...
Don’t Tread on Me: Lowes and Big Lots Pull Doormat With American Flag Décor After Urban Legend Email
In May, when a Vietnam veteran saw a doormat at a Lowe’s store with a patriotic design that included stripes and stars, he complained to the manager...
US Army Celebrates 237 Years of Dedicated Service
With backs against the wall in the spring of 1775, a rebellious group of revolutionaries came together from various New England militia companies to help fight against the British ...
Red Lake Takes Initiative on Ojibwe Language Revitalization
The Red Lake Initiative Red Lake is exploring a multifaceted approach to preserve the language at Red Lake in a variety of ways...
Sky Hopinka Named Outstanding Student in Higher Education
Sky Hopinka, a Ho-Chunk/Pechanga student at Portland State University (PSU), was named Outstanding Student in Higher Education at the 2012 Oregon Indian Education Association (OIEA...
Singing War Hero on America’s Got Talent Proved a Fraud
The news in recent weeks has been overrun by the idea of a zombie apocalypse, and of fraudulent claims whether in identity or of a hero’s story...
D-Day: Reflecting on Native Participation 68 Years Later
The ships flooded the shorelines along a 50-mile stretch; the planes peppered the skies and General Dwight D...
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