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Reflections of a ‘Normal’ Election?
The Week That Was: October 23, 2016
10 Pics: Fashion Show Benefits Immersion
Native Credit Scores Getting Better!
Are We Ignoring Our Native Elders?
Grow Up, Donald and Little Billy
Burning Track at Cocopah Tribe Speedway
Indigenous Push for Peace in Colombia
Chickasaw Nation, EPA Sign Pact
The GOP Case for Tribal Sovereignty
Christian Dominionism at the Root of Law
DiCaprio Doc Brings Climate Change Home
Sundance Calling 4 Fellowship Applicants
Native Humor: 13 #NoDAPL Memes & Comics
Shailene Woodley Defends NoDAPL
Penalty for Company on Yakama Rez
Angela Heikes to Lead SMSC Gaming
Indian Fighting; Marble Custer
Tribes to Partner with Feds
No Criminal Charges on Gold King Mine
Thing About Skins
James Buchanan: Indian Genocide was ‘Collateral Damage’
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th president of the United States...
The Indian Killer Dubbed ‘Knight of the Frontier’
Robert Aquinas McNally
February 2016 marks the 160 th anniversary of the death of Benjamin Wright, whose bloody career makes all too clear the dark reality of America’s genocide...
Indians Killed in American Genocide Memorialized in Moscow?
Mary Annette Pember
The Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation recently announced a proposal to build a memorial commemorating the genocide of American Indians in front of the American Embassy in Mos...
Celebrating Columbus III: Inadvertent Evil?
Alberto Cribiore, the Grand Marshal of this year’s Columbus Day Parade, disappeared about $50 billion of other people’s money without apparent personal inconvenience, since he deca...
Celebrating Columbus II: For the Love of Larceny
The organizers of the Christopher Columbus honoring have sold their historical bill of goods well, and they promise “35,000 marchers...
Celebrating Columbus I: The Myths Behind the Man
Cristóbal Colón aka Cristóvão Colombo aka Cristoforo Colombo aka Christopher Columbus has gotten lots of breaks from history...
Esselen Nations Respond to 'Troubling' Vandalism at Mission Carmel
The recent desecration to a statue of Junipero Serra that stands at Mission Carmel is extremely troubling to Louise Miranda Ramirez, Tribal Chairwoman of the Ohlone/Costanoan-Essel...
‘Saint of Genocide’ Message Left at Mission Carmel After Serra Canonization
Four days after Pope Francis went through with the canonization of Junipero Serra—despite protests from numerous Native American groups—a statue of Serra and some gravesites were v...
‘Serra Is No Saint’ Day of Mourning in San Francisco
While Pope Francis was proclaiming Junipero Serra a Saint in Washington, D.C., California Indians continued their protest in the form of a prayer ceremony in opposition to this dec...
‘Reeling From The Impact’ of Historical Trauma
Medical Mission Sr...
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