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Massive Black Hole 12 Billion Suns Big
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One Spoon: Many Generations
Being Native and Black
Sand Creek Remembered at Yale
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Assimilate This! The ANB & 3-Piece Suit
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Round Valley First Forest Carbon Offset
Hawaiian Graduate Shows Off His Malo
NCAI Winter Session Ends Today
Obama Budget Supports Tribal Sovereignty
West Valley Resort Going 'Vertical'
Native American Murals Vandalized
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Chris Pappan's Edgier, Sexier Ledger Art
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Assimilate This! The Alaska Native Brotherhood and the Three-Piece Suit of Courage
My earliest memory of Seattle is of sitting underneath our front porch in Georgetown...
Educating the Educators: 4 Choice Books to Fill Juneau’s Curriculum Gap
A handful of books pulled from the fourth-grade curriculum in the Juneau school district in December were riddled with historic inaccuracies, among other problems, their critics al...
Juneau Schools Swap Out Controversial History Books for Natives Who Actually Lived It
Four books dealing with Native history that were supposed to be introduced during the spring semester have been taken off the elementary-school curriculum in Juneau in the wake of ...
The Bold, Vivid Works of Crow Artist Kevin Red Star [8 Images]
Gale Courey Toensing
‘Book of Rules’: Memoir Tackles Mental Illness, Sexual Trauma and Native Identity
Elissa Washuta, Cowlitz Indian Tribe, writes with fearless, gut-wrenching honesty and ambition in her creatively crafted memoir, My Body Is a Book of Rules ...
4 Mistakes Made in Children’s Literature About Natives, and Books That Fix Them
U.S. Presidents have proclaimed November as Native American Month for 13 years. Such months have their good and bad sides...
We Need Diverse Books: Join Twitter Chat With Children's Literature Expert Debbie Reese on November 18
Much has been written and said about books depicting American Indians that fall short either by branding them as savages, or overly romanticizing them...
Video: Ojibwe Author Jim Northrup Waxes Poetic—Literally—on Manoomin
In this chat, the inimitable Jim Northrup opens up in his endearing style, waxing poetic—literally—on ricing, talking about his ancestors as he soaks in the sunshine...
‘Fiction Gives Me Freedom’: Author Jim Northrup on ‘Dirty Copper’ and His Alter Ego
What’s the difference between a normal story and one about the Vietnam War? author Jim Northrup asks coyly...
'Off the Path': Native Writers in Montana Share Work in Bold New Anthology
Sherman Alexie perhaps said it best: “I write in blood because I remember what it felt like to bleed.” From claim checks to domestic violence, from growing pains to banishing the t...
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