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Video: Mashing Beans, Eating Squirrel Brains for Bravery, and Learning to Skate
Cherokee Elder Thelma Vann Forrest talks about how she and her siblings entertained themselves, what school was like, and when her family got a refrigerator...
Video: Ray Halbritter Commends Amanda Blackhorse During NAJA
On Saturday, July 11, 2015 Amanda Blackhorse, the lead plaintiff in Blackhorse v. Pro Football Inc...
Video: Blue Moon in July, a Rare but White Sight
A good number of us, at least on Turtle Island, will be deep into Snoozeville when the moon becomes full in the early-morning hours of Friday July 31...
Video: Native Journalists Take Over DC at the 2015 NAJA Conference
Earlier this month, hundreds of Native American journalists from all over the country came together just outside of Washington, D.C...
Video: Comedian Lee Camp Skewers the Oak Flat Land Grab
You know something is ludicrous when it does not have to be exaggerated for a parody...
VIDEO: Dear Mr. President—Native Youth Ask the Tough Questions
On Thursday, July 9, Michelle Obama spoke at the nation’s first White House Tribal Youth Gathering...
Video: Native Youth Rocked Washington!
On Thursday, July 9, Michelle Obama spoke at the nation’s first ever White House Tribal Youth Gathering...
Video: National Aboriginal Day Celebrates First Nations, Inuit and Métis Cultures
It’s no secret that Turtle Island was heavily populated when European explorers arrived here more than 500 years ago...
Video: UMass Amherst Ojibwe Language Students Build Birchbark Canoe
Students in Howard Kimewon’s Ojibwe language class at the University of Massachusetts Amherst floated around Puffer’s Pond May 2 in what is believed to be the first birchbark canoe...
Manhattanhenge Sends Cosmic Rays Across New York City Grid
It’s time for Manhattanhenge once again, the Stonehenge-like phenomena in which the setting sun shines down the major cross streets of New York City’s main island...
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