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Heitkamp Tackles Oil Trains, Native Kids
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Water Conservation Focus of Heritage Month in USDA Poster
In Anishinabown, the word “Michigan” means “Land of Great Water,” and this month the Natural Resources Conservation Service has intertwined water in its celebration of Native Ameri...
Some Alabama Students Aren’t Sorry About ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
The offensive “Trail of Tears” banner displayed at a November 15 football game in Alabama even prompted a response from the Cherokee Nation...
Cherokee Nation Responds to Offensive ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
The Cherokee Nation has responded to an offensive banner displayed at an Alabama high school football game that has drawn national attention. The banner, made by McAdory High Schoo...
Principal Apologizes for ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner, Makes It a Teaching Moment
It’s been the banner read ‘round the social media world...
High School Slammed for Its Mocking and Shocking ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner
This past weekend students at a McAdory High School football game in McAlla, Alabama displayed a 20-foot sign emblazoned with: “Hey Indians, Get Ready to Leave in a Trail of Tears,...
Three States Debate Water Use as Apalachicola Bay Oyster Harvest Collapses
Apalachicola Bay, in the crook of the Florida Panhandle, escaped the actual oil of the British Petroleum spill in 2010...
Native Student Club Sponsors Multicultural Event at Oakville Indian Mounds
The Lawrence County Native American Student Club will host the 26 th Annual Multicultural Indian Event at the Oakville Indian Mounds Education Center in Alabama May 16-18...
Alabama Tribe Opposes School Relocation
The possible relocation of an Alabama school has the United Cherokee Ani Yun Wiya Nation, a state recognized tribe, worried about the relocation site...
Poarch Band of Creek Indians to Co-host Conert Benefitting Alabama Tornado Victims
PCI Gaming Authority , the commercial gaming business owned by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians , today announced its sponsorship of a "Bama Rising" benefit concert to assist peopl...
Poarch Tribe Donates $500,000 to Tornado Relief
When tornadoes cut a deadly swathe through northwestern Alabama last month, the Poarch Creek Band of Creek Indians Tribe (Muskogee) stood ready to help ...
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