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NMAI Profile: Ken St. Marks
Osage Nation Wins Bid on Turner Ranch
USDA Investments Impact Rural America
Brown Changes Fall Holiday to IPD
Hillary and Bernie, Mano y Mano
USDA Microloans to Farmers Purchase Land
LA Tribe Gets $48mn for Climate Move
Giant Lake Disappears!
Cherokee Elder Talks Candy and Santa
I’m a Crazy Indian, I Guess
Okla. Sooners Wrestler Davion Jeffries
Uranium Pollution in Sanders, Arizona
SWAIA Names PR & Board Appointments
Old Uranium Mines Poison Navajo Water
Ending All Native Homelessness
From Talking Leaves to Pixels
Dakota Challenge Brings Youth Together
Technology Helps Teach Navajo
Indians Killed in Genocide Memorialized?
Learn Where You Came From
Thing About Skins
Native History: Yosemite National Park Created on Native Homelands
This Date in Native History: On October 1, 1890, Congress set aside 1,500 square miles to create the first national park—Yosemite National Park—in the United States...
Native History: Crazy Horse Killed by U.S. Soldier While in Custody
This Date in Native History: On September 5, 1877, Crazy Horse, an Oglala Sioux Indian chief who resisted removal efforts, was killed at Fort Robinson by a soldier's bayonet...
Mount Rushmore Before it Was Desecrated and Other Captivating Images
While browsing the Internet, especially Facebook, it’s amazing the things you’ll see. A lot of story ideas actually come through Facebook. But they can be buried like treasure...
Wintu Massacre: 'A Very Sacred Area Where Some Very Bad Things Happened'
After traveling deep into the heart of Northern California’s Shasta-Trinity National Forest, about a dozen young people gathered in a circle as James Hayward Sr...
Support Is Needed to Save Black Hills Sacred Site
Gale Courey Toensing
Each spring since time immemorial, Lakota people have visited their sacred places in South Dakota’s Black Hills— Pahá Sápa in Lakota—to participate in ceremonies that both mark the...
Many Californians Working to Revitalize Native Languages
L. Frank Manriquez, Acjachemem/Rarámuri/Tongva, has been part of that effort for the past two decades...
Provocative, Misleading Play About Ishi Opens Wounds From California Genocide
In 1911, when Ishi emerged from his Northern California tribe’s ancestral homeland, he was alone, around 50 years old and his hair was cut, possibly because he was mourning his fam...
Amazon Gold Rush Laying Waste to Peruvian Rainforest’s Madre de Dios
Up to 10,000 miners are working illegally in a 60-square-mile area in Guacamayo to extract gold from the Peruvian Amazon region known as Madre de Dios, and it is ruining the once p...
Native Americans Who Found Life in Death Valley
Death Valley. The name evokes a bleached and desiccated ox skull on a vast alkali flat, a desert night snake hiding in the cool shade of its cranial vault...
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