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Memorial Crosswalk Planned for Williams
Celebrities Support Water Protectors
The Long Arc Is the Real Campaign
Age of Acorns: Sustaining Life for Years
Land Changed Forever By Man
Yurok Fire Emergency: Arson Suspected
Tragic Loss; Maine Squeeze
Chief Looking Horse’s Important Message
'We Treated Germany Better': O'Donnell
Natives Fighting for Voting Equality
Tribe to Develop $1.3M Retail Center
Seeking Food Sovereignty Through Seeds
Spokane Reservation Engulfed In Smoke
CFPB Is Barking Up the Wrong Tree
Turtle Island Tribes Meet Cuba
Confronting Feds: Malheur, Standing Rock
Osage Nation Takes Ted Turner's Ranch
Weekly Pow Wow Planner: August 26 to 28
Mendoza Speaks on SACNAS Altercation
Descendants Talk About Geronimo
Thing About Skins
Building Healthy Habits: Alcatraz Swimmers Help Others
In September 2003, Lakota Sioux Richard Iron Cloud and Armando Black Bear, novice swimmers from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation near the Badlands of South Dakota, swam from Alcat...
George Paul Horse Capture, One of the First Native Curators, Walks On
A member of the A’aninin (Gros Ventre) tribe and one of the first Native American curators in the country, George Paul Horse Capture Sr., “ Nay Gyagya Nee ” (Spotted Otter), walked...
Professor Caught on Video Shoving Student, Arrested
A confrontation between University of Oregon adjunct law professor James Olmsted and student activists ended Thursday with Olmsted’s arrest and subsequent removal from the campus, ...
Psychology Student Explores the Healing Power of Digital Storytelling
In the video entitled “Red Moon,” a Cheyenne man speaks of a self-hatred that permeated his soul even as a child...
California Cultural Exchanges Build Resilience Among Native Youth
The Urban-Rural Native American Youth Cultural Exchange, or U.R.N.Y.C.E., is a culturally tailored wellness program that puts urban and rural Native youth together to empower them...
Alcatraz Occupation Graffiti Preserved
The first time the words “Peace and Freedom. Welcome...
Institute of American Indian Arts Celebrates 50 Years and Bestows Two Honorary Doctorates
To help celebrate a milestone at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), the institute will bestow two honorary doctorates and welcome Santee Sioux actor and musician John Tr...
Alcatraz Occupation Four Decades Ago Led to Many Benefits for American Indians
When 78 Indian college students took over the Alcatraz Island prison in San Francisco Bay on November 20, 1969 to protest the poor treatment of Indians in schools and the hated ter...