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Remember the Removal Riders Complete Emotional 950-Mile Journey
The 2016 Remember the Removal Bike Ride cyclists rolled onto the Cherokee Nation Courthouse lawn Thursday, June 23 officially ending their 950-mile journey retracing the Trail of T...
Ceremony: Remember and Honor Those Buried at Hiawatha Asylum
Construction of the Hiawatha Asylum for Insane Indians by the Bureau of Indian Affairs began in Canton, South Dakota in 1901...
Daughter of Olympian Sam Kahanamoku Walks On
Sonia Vrooman Lien Kahanamoku, who met her Native Hawaiian family when she was in her 70s and in her last five years became an author, mentor and advocate for Native children, walk...
‘Stirring the Pot’: An Act of Digital Repatriation
While visiting the Tuscarora Nation—the smallest of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) communities in western New York—in 1913, Joseph Dixon photographed six individuals, and those image...
Native California Mother, Son, Honored for 600-Mile 'Walk For Ancestors' to 21 California Missions
Mark R. Day
Caroline Ward Holland and her son, Kagen, stood before a crowd of 100 Native Americans at the Los Angeles Worker Center on December 27...
Wounded Knee: Healing the Wounds of the Past
Tuesday, December 29, 2015, marks the 125th anniversary of the Massacre at Wounded Knee, a “sad and horrible event” Native and non-Native Americans still struggle to comprehend...
Remembering the Dakota 38: A List of Those Executed in 1862
It has been 153 years since the largest mass execution ever seen in the United States took place on December 26, 1862...
An Indigenous Peoples’ Day Sunrise Ceremony at Alcatraz Island
A Sunrise Ceremony was held on Indigenous Peoples’ Day at Alcatraz Island to celebrate “523 years of indigenous resistance, honor our ancestors and future generations,” according t...
In the Land of My Ancestors: Native Woman Stands Her Ground in Ohlone Territory [14 Images]
Walk for the Ancestors Brings Attention to Mission System, Rejects Serra Sainthood
Caroline Ward Holland, who is a descendant of the Tataviam Tribe from Santa Clarita California, experienced a life-changing event upon learning that Franciscan Priest Junipero Serr...
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