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Honoring Jim Thorpe, the World's Greatest Athlete, on the 60th Anniversary of His Death
Sixty years ago today, March 28, 1953, Jim Thorpe, Sac...
Flag Songs: Honoring Sovereign Tribal Nations on Independence Day
While today the U.S. exuberantly celebrates its adoption of...
Celebrate Indian Country at Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival
When the 27th Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival is held at the Cox Convention Center June 7-9 in downtown Oklahoma City, more than 1,200 American Indian artists an...
A Pow Wow Tree No Longer Grows in Lowell
The historic Pow-Wow Oak, in Lowell, Massachusetts, has been removed...
Pow Wow Celebrates the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Photos
The campus of the University of California, Davis was pulsing with the spirited sounds and sights of Indian country on April 13 as more than 1,000 dancers gathered for the 41st Ann...
Indiana School Removes Indian Chief Mascot Statue for Graduation
A wooden statue of an American Indian Chief representing an Indiana school's "Redskins" mascot has been removed from the gym temporarily for a graduation ceremony to avoid offendin...
Five Things for Indian Country Today
A round-up of events, news, quotes, photos and more that are relevant to Indian country. Here are five for today...
Watch 'America's First Sport' Documentary on Lacrosse, the Creator's Game
From the Iroquois Nationals to University at Albany's Lyle Thompson to the Iroquois Ironmen , Native American lacrosse players and teams are excelling at every level of the Creator...
New York City's Gateway to Nations Pow Wow Welcomes All
From May 31 to June 2, the Redhawk Native American Arts Council once again brings three days of American Indian culture to the Big Apple...
Will Lyle Thompson Be First Native Tewaaraton Lacrosse Award Winner?
A Native American has never won the Tewaaraton Award, presented annually to the best male and female collegiate lacrosse players in the country...
Indigenous Experience NW 2013, Celebrating Native Arts and Culture
Portland, Oregon, will be alive with Indigenous Peoples culture today...
On This Date, May 28, in 1887: Wa-Tho-Huk Is Born
One hundred and twenty-six years ago today, Jim Thorpe , whose Indian name was Wa-Tho-Huk ("Bright Path"), was born in Indian Territory...
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