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What Comes After #NoIWontJustMoveOn?
Tawna Sanchez: ‘We Did It’
Read It and Eat: Literacy and Lunch
Teaching O’odham History in Arizona
Missing Men from Pine Ridge Found Dead
Native PTAC Wins Economic Impact Award
Arthur: Assimilation Answer to 'Problem'
On the Washington Post Redskins Poll
AFME’s Native Stars & Stories
Dakota Access Pipeline Moves Forward
Win Tickets to White House Women Summit
Another Activist Attacked in Honduras
Manning: Sanders Advocates for Tribes
New Research Sinks Bering Strait Theory
'Extreme Heat Week' Focuses on Coping
Cobell Scholarships (Almost) On the Way
$56M in Community Development Funds
On the Papal Bull, 'Sublimis Deus'
The Week That Was: May 22, 2016
Rep. Cole: More Worried About Clinton
Thing About Skins
10 Native Actors and Films That Should Have ‘Snagged’ the Oscar
In the midst of a well-warranted controversy about the lack of diversity in Hollywood, and a trending #OscarsSoWhite hashtag on social media, we thought it fitting to list 10 Nativ...
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...
8 Ways to Learn About Wounded Knee
Tanya H. Lee
This year is the 125th anniversary of the December 29, 1890 massacre of a band of Miniconjou Lakota led by Chief Spotted Elk, who was called Big Foot by the government...
Bury My Heart on the Bend of the João Dias Streamlet in the Indigenous Land of Limão Verde
Some years ago the Indian Tenetehar from Maranhão told me about a Bororo leader when someone asked him about those times of the colonization...
Custer Died So That You Can Read! My 10 Favorite Books
Dr. Dean Chavers
As an inveterate reader I tell people I do not read books—I devour them...
5 Ways to Celebrate Native American Heritage Month
To mark November being Native American Heritage Month, here are some suggestions for how to celebrate...
A Tour of Wounded Knee: Why It Matters, Why It Hurts
Gale Courey Toensing
When American poet Stephen Vincent Benet wrote Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee in 1931, his poem made no mention of the massacre of Lakota Indians that had occurred 42 years earlier ...