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Manifest Destiny T-Shirt Removed From The Gap’s Website
The Manifest Destiny t-shirt that has caused an uproar in Indian country has been removed from the website of its retailer, The Gap...
Newspaper Is 'Unilateraly Renaming the Local NFL Team' in Washington, D.C.
The Washington City Paper is giving you a chance to vote for a new name for Washington, D.C.'s NFL team...
Is Current Indian Policy Sufficient?
The year 1928 saw the release of the so-called Meriam Report, the first comprehensive overview of U.S. Indian policy since the 1850s...
Gap's Manifest Destiny T-Shirt -- Brought to You by GQ Magazine
As we reported earlier today, clothing retailer The Gap is selling a t-shirt that says, for reasons unknown, "Manifest Destiny" -- a historical concept that many Natives associate ...
American Indian Artists Respond to the Richard E. and Dorothy Rawlings Nelson Collection of American Indian Art at Tweed Museum
Opening at the Tweed Museum of Art in Duluth, Minnesota is ENCODED: Traditional Patterns / A Contemporary Response, an art exhibition guest curated by John Hitchcock...
Elections 2012: Too funny to be president? Anyone, anyone?
One time presidential candidate – and a long time friend of Indian country – the late Mo Udall once described himself in his own memoirs as “too funny to be president.” Such is the...
Nevada Commission on Tourism Appoints First Native American Member, Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Chairman Wayne Burke
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has appointed Tribal Chairman Wayne Burke to the Nevada Commission on Tourism (NCOT)...
Seven Idaho Candidates Signed Up for October 15 Shoshone-Bannock Forum
Environmental Superfund cleanup, education issues and law enforcement top the list of topics that Shoshone-Bannock tribal members will be looking to discuss with candidates at a fo...
Maryland's Piscataway Indian Tribes Voice Opinions on Ballot Measure to Expand State's Gambling Industry
Deep-seated indignation over Maryland’s gambling industry may overshadow the upcoming elections for some members of the Piscataway Indian tribes ...
Elections 2012: Who Wins With Early Voting?
Does early voting really favor one candidate over another?...
Gap ‘Manifest Destiny’ T-Shirt Sparks Outrage in Indian Country
Apparel manufacturer The Gap is currently selling a black t-shirt bearing -- with no explanation -- the words "MANIFEST DESTINY." Manifest Destiny is a polite term for the popular ...
Elections 2012: Eighty Undecided Voters Are on Stage in Tuesday’s Debate
President Barack Obama spent the weekend in Williamsburg , Virginia, preparing for Tuesday’s Town Hall style debate with Republican challenger Mitt Romney...
Elections 2012: Arizona is New Swing State; American Indians, Latinos Will Decide Outcome
Arizona is a state that most polls and pundits long ago wrote off. The thinking was simply – it’s a Republican state. It was Barry Goldwater’s home and Democrats rarely win...
Educator Spotlight: Nathan Bruce Duthu
Since 2009 Nathan Bruce Duthu, an enrolled member of the United Houma Nation of Louisiana, has been the Samson Occom Professor of Native American studies and the chair of the Nativ...
Restoring the Circle Campaign to End Sexual Assault Against American Indian Women Will Compliment Joe Biden’s 1 is 2 Many Initiative
In September 2011, Vice President Joe Biden launched the “ 1 is 2 Many ” initiative to raise awareness of the need to reduce dating violence and sexual assault among women ages 16-...
Zuni Sanctuary for Injured Eagles Bestows Blessings on Birds and Caregivers
Zuni Fish and Wildlife director and biologist Nelson Luna opened the door to the eagle refuge’s main flyway, a 100-by-25-foot space with 18-foot slatted walls...
Fighters Confirmed for HBO Boxing After Dark's October 27 Triple-Header at Turning Stone Resort
It's official: The fighters clashing in an exciting triple-header boxing event on October 27, 2012, set to take place at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York, have been ...
Shinnecock Member Is First Native Woman to Graduate from England’s Oxford University
On September 22, Kelsey Leonard became the first Native American woman to graduate from England’s Oxford University...
Video Rapture: Time-Lapse Photography Comes Alive
Filmmaker and director Tom Lowe has turned time-lapse photography into cinematographic art, and that is nowhere demonstrated more breathtakingly than in his movie TimeScapes, which...
The Battle of Queenston Heights Was the Shining Hour for Natives in the War of 1812
David P. Ball
As the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812’s first major battle approached, Native peoples on both sides of the U.S.–Canada border were gearing up for some historic commemorations...
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