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5 Ways to Celebrate Native American Heritage Month
To mark November being Native American Heritage Month, here are some suggestions for how to celebrate...
Beyond the So-Called First Thanksgiving: 5 Children's Books That Set the Record Straight
It’s November, a time of year that many parents, teachers, and librarians look forward to giving children books about what is commonly—and erroneously—called “The First Thanksgivin...
Public Television Highlights Native Contributions and History
Turtle Island begins celebrating Native American Heritage Month today, with forums, festivals, programming and all manner of commemorations on tap around the country...
No More Merit Badges: Boy Scout Leaders Who Toppled Rock Formation Fired
The two men who were seen in a Facebook video toppling a rock formation in Goblin Valley State Park in Utah not only face possible felony charges, but have now been removed as Boy ...
Merit Badge for Stupid: Boy Scout Leaders Topple Ancient Rock Formation
“Wiggle it, just a little bit,” the man operating the camera, Dave Hall, says to goad his friend as he pushes on a rock formation called a goblin in Goblin Valley State Park in Sal...
Nice Day for a Genocide: Shocking Quotes on Indians By U.S. Leaders, Pt 1
These quotes about Indians from American leaders span from the 1750s to 1817. Stay tuned next week for Part 2...
Why Do Dan Snyder and the NFL Refuse to Change Racist Redskins Name?
In less than three weeks, on July 25, the Washington Pigskins are expected to hold their first training camp practice that's open to the public...
Lacrosse, Shinney & Double Ball: How Games Can Beat Historical Trauma
Native games, neuroscience, and historical trauma--they sound like an odd trio but collectively may provide answers to problems across Indian country...
Dancers, Singers and Pole Flyers at the Cherokee Festival
Known as one of the finest showcases of Native traditions, the Ninth Annual Festival of Native Peoples, July 12-13, is a celebration of traditional dance, storytelling and song per...
Atrocity Tourism: Trail of Tears Used to Pitch Tulsa for 2024 Olympics
Tulsa2024, a private Olympic Exploratory Committee seeking to bring the 2024 Summer Olympic Games to Tulsa, Oklahoma, is using the Trail of Tears as a selling point...
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